Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a disease associated with aging that gradually destroys the macular, the part of the eye providing sharp, central vision essential for performing daily tasks such as reading and driving. Click here to our browse conditions for additional information.
The eyes are wonderful sensory organs helping people learn about the world in which they live. The eyes have many parts - all of which must function in order to see properly. Click here to visit our glossary for additional terms.
For millions of Americans, low vision means that even with glasses, contact lenses, medicine or surgery, shopping, cooking, watching TV and writing can be challenging. Click here for our online store for products and membership discounts.
Scientists believe that some age-related eye diseases may be slowed by recommending daily vitamins and minerals found in fruits and vegetables, or taken in supplement form. Click here for our inews/icommunity for additional eye health information and tips.
Wearing protective eyewear such as safety glasses/goggles, safety shields, and eye guards designed for a particular sport can help avoid 90% of sports related eye injuries. Click here to visit our video section for additional information.
When choosing an eye doctor, consider the persons qualifications, experience, services offered and patient satisfaction. Click here for our Find-A-Doctor database.