Eyes & Vision
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Lenses that filter blue light have received a lot of buzz as a remedy for digital eye strain and also for reducing sleep disturbances.
Children rely on their eyesight to experience new things and learn about the world. But vision problems can develop early, making it difficult to focus correctly.
Poor night vision can be divided into three categories. Learn what causes vision changes at night – and what can you do about it.
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.
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.
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.
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.