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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.
With her improved eye health and vision, Janet is currently working on new creative photography projects and organizing her archives.
There are times when a trip to a specialist – the pediatric ophthalmologist – is the best option. They are skilled at recognizing the sometimes subtle signs of an eye problem that a baby or young child cannot describe.
A child with untreated eye problems is at risk for impaired learning and development, so it's important that any signs or symptoms of eye trouble are addressed immediately.
Good vision and hearing are key to a child's development and learning. In addition to vision and hearing screenings, learn what to look out for in your kids so you know when to see a pediatric ophthalmologist or audiologist.
When Daryl Lawson suddenly lost his vision, his wife immediately drove him to the nearest ER. There, he was diagnosed with a stroke and transferred to University Hospitals for expert treatment.
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?
Kids now spend more hours staring at screens and less time playing in the sunshine. And the implications go beyond expanding waistlines.