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Why Is Your Night Vision Blurry?
Poor night vision can be divided into three categories. Learn what causes vision changes at night – and what can you do about it.
7-Year-Old Superhero Vanquishes Challenges to Achieve Amazing Eyesight
To her parents and a team of doctors at the Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s, 7-year-old Ivy is a superhero, bravely persevering through multiple challenges to achieve near-perfect sight.
Your Child's Eyes Need Protection From the Sun, Too
Most parents know they need to protect their children's skin from the sun. But many forget the eyes need protection, too. Nearly five out of 10 U.S. parents don’t regularly provide their children with sunglasses that protect their eyes from the sun.
When Premature Birth Can Result in Eye Problems
When retinopathy of prematurity doesn’t resolve on its own, various treatment options are available. Either way, ongoing follow-up with a specialized eye surgeon is very important for your baby.
Photographer's Vision Benefits From Comprehensive Treatment Plan
With her improved eye health and vision, Janet is currently working on new creative photography projects and organizing her archives.
Area Woman Finds Relief After UH Ophthalmologist Diagnoses Rare Glaucoma
Jenny Eisenberger learned that she had glaucoma from a routine eye exam. Glaucoma often does not cause discomfort, pain or other symptoms that are noticed by a patient. In that way, it is a “silent” disease.
How an Eye Exam Can Save Your Life
If you’ve ever visited an eye doctor, you’re aware of the tests and procedures used to examine your eyes. But did you know that some of these exams might save your life?