Visivite Blog List
Contact Lens Discomfort due to Cornea Sensitivity
Dry Eye Syndrome - Information and Advice
Dr. Krawitz's Favorite Dry Eye Drops
Mechanisms of Dry Eye
Ocular Rosacea and Dry Eye Symptoms
Dry Eye Condition
Nutritional Support for Burning Eyes
Burning Eyes - Information and Advice
Dry Eye Syndrome - Management and Treatments
Improving eyesight may have a preventative effect on dementia
New genetic eye disease discovered
Study shows AREDS2 formula slows age-related macular degeneration
My 3 Favorite Eye Vitamin Supplements When You Don't have Macular Degeneration
Which VisiVite Eye Vitamin Formula is Right for You?
What the heck is Copper doing in my eye vitamin?
Getting the Lutein and Zeaxanthin You're Paying For!
Do Eye Vitamins Help?
AREDS 2 Ingredients for Age-Related Macular Degeneration
VisiVite Zinc and Copper Levels Supported by Published Study Results
Which Vitamin E is in Your Eye Vitamin?
Why use FloraGLO Lutein in VisiVite Eye Vitamins?
AREDS vs AREDS 2 - Choose 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.
When Cataract Surgery is Anything But Routine
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.
Why you shouldn't wear your contact lenses overnight when sleeping
February is AMD Awareness Month
Adding milk to your coffee may have anti-inflammatory benefits
Serious bacterial infection possibly linked to over-the-counter eye drops
Macular degeneration linked to obesity
Me, Myself and I: 3 Tips to Help You Enjoy Alone Time
AI algorithm may be a helpful tool for determining progression of AMD
Donate blood during National Blood Donor Month in January
3 Tips to help ease Seasonal Affective Disorder
The short days of the long winter months send many people into seasonal depression.
Lab-grown retinal cells indicate possibility of clinical trials
Is Resveratrol The Best Supplement Ingredient Yet?
Genetic link between COVID risk and macular-degeneration
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month
Cold weather can affect your digestive tract
The digestive tract is home to 70% of our immune cells so it is important to maintain a healthy digestive system.
Anti-VEGF treatment for wet AMD may hasten progression of glaucoma
Coffee consumption with high blood pressure carries risks
Increase in screen time for kids causes rise in dry eye disease for them
Mental health benefits of walnuts
3 Health Benefits of Garlic
One neovascular AMD treatment more effective than the other
A recent study reveals that one anti-VEGF treatment is more effective than another commonly used treatment.
Helpful Healthy Holiday Eating Tips
Looking into LASIK? Here's what you should consider.
Don't Make This Common Supplement Mistake
Canned foods can be a nutritious addition to your diet
Reduced risk of developing macular degeneration associated with two common prescription drugs
Don't have time to work out? 3 Tips to Help You
Sunlight can help keep kids from needing glasses
5 Things to Support Good Brain Health
Common causes of eye twitching
Trying to lose weight? Changing your dinner time might help.
What time you eat dinner may be just as important as what you eat for dinner when it comes to weight loss.
Smokers can develop age-related macular degeneration earlier than non-smokers
3 Heart Healthy Drinks to Promote Cardiovascular Health
The beverages we consume is just as important in maintaining a healthy heart.
Online visual acuity test cleared by FDA
Calling Mr. Sandman: 5 Tips for better sleep
Coffee drinkers may enjoy a longer life
Cyclosporine A Gel beneficial in treating dry eye disease
Increased risk of serious eye infection for reusable contact lens wearers
Step by step: The perks of wearing a pedometer
Simple carbs may increase risk of developing macular degeneration
Researchers at Tufts University in Boston have found a possible link between a diet high in simple carbohydrates and risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.
3 Helpful diet tips for balancing your blood sugar
Eye implant to treat wet macular degeneration approved by FDA
Artificial Sweeteners not so sweet for your heart
Researchers successfully implant iPS cells in new dry eye therapy
Drinking tea may offer great health benefits
Sugary snacks before bed can disrupt your sweet dreams
Oranges lower risk of severe vision loss by 60%
4 Diet Changes That Can Help You Fight Chronic Pain
If you suffer from pain somewhere in your body for more than three months, then you are among the thousands of chronic pain sufferers.