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Diabetic eye disease: How to spot the signs early

Type 2 diabetes can lead to eye damage and even blindness if left untreated. But 1 in 4 working-age adults have the disease and don't know it. In this week's MedBlog, ophthalmologist Yu-Guang He, M.D., discusses what patients need to know about diabetic eye disease. Learn more.

Eyes and Vision

New glaucoma therapies improve results and reduce recovery time

Gone are the days when people perceived glaucoma surgery to be as risky as the disease itself. Today’s patients can choose minimally invasive glaucoma surgeries (MIGS) or advanced medications for safe, effective treatment and quick recovery. Learn more.

Eyes and Vision

Is a future without glasses or contacts possible?

Nearly 80 percent of people in the U.S. use some type of vision correction. But James P. McCulley, M.D., says advances in vision-correction surgery could someday lead to a world without glasses or contacts. Learn more.

Eyes and Vision; Prevention

Corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus helps patients see better, longer

Keratoconus is a degenerative eye disorder that affects thousands of people across the country. In this week's blog, two eye-care experts examine the existing schools of thought on diagnosis and care, and what to expect from exciting new treatment options and research.

"We push for the latest advancements, the newest treatments, and the most cutting-edge options available to continually improve the care we’re able to provide to our patients."

Eyes and Vision

Corneal refractive surgery: LASIK and beyond

LASIK is the most common corneal refractive surgery, but it’s not the only vision correction surgery option. In this MedBlog, explore other procedures that reshape the cornea and learn what to expect during and after surgery.

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