Visivite Blog List
Contact Lens Discomfort due to Cornea Sensitivity
Dry Eye Condition
Nutritional Support for Burning Eyes
Burning Eyes - Information and Advice
Dry Eye Syndrome - Management and Treatments
AREDS vs AREDS 2 - Choosing the Right Eye Vitamin for AMD
Vision Problems and Eye Nutrition
Health Benefits of Turmeric
Why VisiVite Formulas Don't Contain Meso-Zeaxanthin
AREDS 2 Study Explained
Pigmentary Glaucoma and Pigmentary Dispersion Syndrome
What is 'CoolLaser' SLT for Glaucoma?
What is Glaucoma?
Goniscopy - Examination of the Angle of the Eye
Glaucoma Surgery combined with Cataract Surgery
For patients who have both glaucoma and cataracts, combining separate procedures on the same day is not only more convenient than having two separate surgeries, but it can provide improved vision and improved intraocular pressure control. In many circumstances, glaucoma medications can be reduced or eliminated afterwards.
Why Dr. Krawitz for Your Cataract Surgery
Why do Flomax commercials contain a warning about Cataract Surgery?
ORA Intraoperative Computer Imaging for Cataract Surgery
Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery
When to have Cataract Surgery
Cataract Surgery - The Toric Lament
Cataract Surgery Intraocular Lens Choices
During cataract surgery, the lens is dissolved using ultrasound and then vacuumed out of the eye. In its place, the ophthalmic surgeon places an intraocular lens implant. Cataract surgery using a no-stitch technique represents a wonderful opportunity for you to improve vision AND become less dependent upon glasses.
Cataract surgery is the most frequent surgery performed annually in the United States. Yet, there are several myths regarding cataract surgery. For example, a cataract is not a veil that grows over the eye. Nor is it a new growth inside the eye.
The Most Important Ingredient in AREDS 2 - Psst, It isn't Lutein
Lower risk of cataract surgery associated with wine consumption
VisiVite Eye Vitamin Customers Support Covid-19 Vaccination
Mediterranean diet may offer cognitive protection
Thinking of not getting the Covid Vaccine?
Why Choose AREDS 2 Eye Vitamins from Vitamin Science?
Diabetic drug, metformin may reduce macular degeneration risk
A study recently published in JAMA Ophthalmology reveals that the commonly prescribed drug for diabetes, Metformin, may also be beneficial in reducing the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Higher risk of COVID complications for people with macular degeneration
Fermented Paprika may offer Vision Health Benefits
Are You "Compliant?"
The ability to keep up is called "medication compliance," and yes, it's even a problem with doctors.
Farewell, VisiVite Order-By-Mail
What else can I do?
FDA approves new dry eye treatment
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced their approval of the first prescription ocular corticosteroid for short-term use in treating dry eye syndrome.
Research underway to develop artificial retina
The Results are In - Who Gets to Go First with Vaccine?
Flashes or Floaters Can Be Indicators of Retinal Tear
Covid Vaccines - Who Gets Priority?
Are the Covid vaccines Safe?
New imaging technique could help in fight against age related vision loss
Your Questions Help to Make VisiVite.com a Better Eye Health Web Site
VisiVite Eye Vitamins Aren't For Everyone
VisiVite Blue LIght Basher Press Release
Neovascular Macular Degeneration Patients Can Gain Visual Acuity After Cataract Surgery
Pre-cataract surgery drop-free drug regimen proves to be effective and efficient
A very effective and efficient drug regimen has been in use by physicians at Kaiser Permanente for over a decade to treat patients pre-operatively before cataract surgery.
Is This a Year to be Thankful?
Corn Syrup May Trigger Diabetes
Study will test the effectiveness of retraining vision after stroke
30% of stroke survivors experience a loss of vision or blindness in half of their field of vision on the right or left side. This condition is known as hemianopia and there is currently no cure or treatment for the condition.
Gene therapy technique may offer hope as a glaucoma treatment
World's first iPS transplant of visual cells performed
5 Eye Diseases that can lead to Blindness
High fat diet linked to higher risk of blindness
Researchers discovered that a high fat diet disrupts the ability of retinal pigment epithelial cells to adjust to the changing conditions in the eye as it ages, which can result in long-term retina damage and loss of vision.
Macular Degeneration | Hard versus Soft Drusen
Parkinson's drug may be a treatment for advanced age-related macular degeneration
A healthy heart can help keep your eyes healthy
Mask-associated dry eye is really a thing
Dr. Krawitz's Autumn Advice
Crocodile tears may help lead to new dry eye treatments
Researchers are taking a closer look at the tears of birds and reptiles to learn about how and why animals produce tears in the hopes of developing better dry eye treatments.
Eye exams for children even more important with increased screen time
Seeing red: How red light therapy may help declining vision
Researchers at the University College London are looking into the possible benefits of red light therapy for people suffering from declining vision.
Dissolving eye implant for glaucoma approved by FDA
Is it possible to catch COVID-19 through your eyes?
COVID-19 is known to be transmitted by an infected person sneezing or coughing on you but there has been speculation about it being transmitted through the eyes as well.
Protect your brain by keeping your heart healthy
Retinal vein occlusion may be helped by new eye drops
Dry Eye syndrome linked to Vitamin D Deficiency
VisiVite Customer Survey Results on Fear of Blindness
New technology detects Macular Degeneration
Researchers from the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai announced results of a study that analyzed the speed and accuracy of a new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm in detecting age-related macular degeneration.