Category Archives: Cataract

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What are the symptoms of cataracts?

More than half of Americans over the age of 60 have cataracts or will have had surgery to correct this condition. While it may not be a preventable condition, it’s important to know what you can do to stay on top of any changes to vision and eye diseases and conditions so that you can… Read More »


What you need to know about cataracts

More than half of all Americans age 60 and older will have a cataract, which is a painless clouding of the eye’s natural lens. Over time, cataracts can interfere with everyday activities such as reading and driving. As cataracts progress, you may find you need surgery. Read on to learn more about cataracts and treatment,… Read More »


Getting clear on cataracts

More than half of all Americans over the age of 60 will deal with cataracts at some point in their lives. It’s a clouding of the clear lens of your eye, which makes everyday activities such as reading, driving and night vision especially difficult. But how much do you know about cataracts? Here, we break… Read More »


5 ways to reduce risk factors for cataracts

More than half of all Americans over the age of 60 will have a cataract. While it’s a painless clouding of the eye’s natural lens, it can worsen over time and interfere with reading, driving and other daily activities. Although cataracts can’t be prevented, you can take steps to reduce your risk factors and delay… Read More »



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