For 45 years, Sandi Patty has moved audiences with her wide soprano vocal range and inspiring Christian Music. But when the Grammy Award-winning singer developed cataracts several years ago, she began to lose the most important part of her craft—the ability to connect with her audience. Recently, Sandi made the life-changing decision to restore her …Read More
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As the summer nears its end, many of you are returning your attention from fun in the sun to taking care of business. That, of course, should include your health and well-being. This Healthy Aging Month, make sure you take responsibility for your health — and don't neglect your eyesight. Here are a few things …Read More
Our friends at Prevent Blindness have set aside the month of June as Cataract Awareness Month. The goal every June is to educate the public and raise awareness of the symptoms, causes, and treatments for cataracts. The main objective of Cataract Awareness Month is to motivate and empower those afflicted by this disease to come …Read More
The American Academy of Ophthalmology dedicates each month to recognizing and raising awareness around one or more important eye health issues. In 2013, US nonprofit, Prevent Blindness officially declared June to be Cataract Awareness Month to educate the public on cataract’s causes, symptoms, preventions, and treatment. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the …Read More
List articles are everywhere these days but rarely contain life-changing info. You know the ones, with titles like “10 Celebrity Birthdays You Should Have a Baby On,” or “10 Reasons Why Chins Are in After COVID-19,” and our personal favorite - “The Top 10 Top Tens To Help You Live a Better Life.” Of course, …Read More
June is Cataract Awareness Month. So we thought we would take a few minutes to dispel a few rumors surrounding this common vision problem. Myth 1: Only the elderly develop cataracts. Unfortunately, cataracts may be unavoidable as we age. But did you know that every once in a while, cataracts can actually occur in young …Read More
If it hasn't happened to you yet, it will. That moment that you are going through an everyday routine and you suddenly realize that your spreadsheet is out of focus, or the text of the book you are reading your child is suddenly much harder to read. Gradual vision loss is a natural part of …Read More