Expectant moms know their bodies will change in many ways during pregnancy, but they may be surprised to find their eyes and vision change as well.
Do you know your risk factors? Asian-, African- and Latino-Americans have a much higher risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and cataracts. Asian-Americans have a greater risk for developing angle-closure (acute or narrow-angle) glaucoma.
A few simple steps in your daily routine can help keep your eyes clear and comfortable.
Read what an ophthalmologist recommends to one patient wondering if a corneal inlay could improve age-related vision changes.
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