Posts Tagged ‘Cataract Surgery’

Dealing with Progressing Cataract Symptoms

Monday, April 1st, 2013

For many of us Cataracts can be a discouraging diagnosis. Although it is a inherited condition and you may know someone who has suffered from it, the disease affects us all differently. Descriptions of the progression by eye doctors can be vague to say the least. Actually being faced with it can be more bothersome […]

Cataracts & Macular Degeneration

Sunday, July 1st, 2012

There are several people suffering from both Cataracts and Macular Degeneration today. Both conditions are degenerative to the eye and can cause severe visual loss. Their only real difference is what visual areas are affected by each condition. Cataracts: In Cataracts the vision is affected slowly over time as the internal lens becomes cloudy. In […]

Risk Factors of Cataracts

Saturday, October 1st, 2011

It is said that Diabetes is the second leading reason for developing cataracts in the United States. So what’s the number one reason? Age. It is a fact that by age 75 about 70% of Americans will have cataracts that will affect their daily life. That is quite a big number. And what can we […]