Glaucoma is the second-leading cause of blindness.1 It often progresses without symptoms until it succeeds in damaging the optic nerve.2 Up to 50% of people with glaucoma remain undiagnosed,3 and as many as one in ten individuals aged 80 or older are afflicted by it.
Reversing Dry Eye Syndrome9560 Views
An estimated 20 million Americans or more suffer from dry eye syndrome. This condition occurs when the eyes don’t produce enough quality tears. It’s one of the most common eye conditions seen by physicians.1 Dry eye symptoms include burning, stinging, grittiness, tearing, foreign body sensation, ocular fatigue, and dryness. Dry eye syndrome significantly affects quality of life.1,2
Protect Eyes from Computer Blue Light6687 Views
A new vision-robbing culprit has emerged that is more prevalent than sunlight exposure. Our round-the-clock use of smartphones and computers exposes our eyes to an unnaturally high amount of blue light. Research shows that blue light is damaging to the retina and other parts of our eye.1
Carnosine, Cataracts, And Visual Clarity922 Views
Cataracts cause about half of all cases of blindness worldwide. By age 80, more than half of all Americans will have cataracts, or will have undergone surgery to remove them. Researchers have been investigating two different but related forms of the nutrient carnosine to help slow the development of cataracts as well as improve visual performance of cataract-affected eyes.