tctimes | What's new in eye surgery?
Two of the most common elective surgical procedures in the world have benefited greatly from huge strides that have taken place in the last five to eight years. Read More >
Prevent blindness with early detection
Serious diseases that lead to vision loss can be treated, preserving quality of life Read More >
Have you had your yearly eye checkup?
Regardless of your age and physical health, having regular eye checks with an eye doctor is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Read More >
National Glaucoma Week 15 - 21 August 2010
National Glaucoma Week seeks to raise awareness of the 'silent' eye condition - glaucoma. It is a major cause of sight loss in Australia. Read More >
When times are tough, seniors shouldn't skimp on eye care
As the economic crisis continues, some seniors may skip their annual eye exam. But for the older population, it's critically important to keep tabs on the silent stealers of sight - cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. Read More >
Eating fruits and vegetables may help decrease the likelihood of glaucoma
According to results published in the June 2008 issue of the Journal of Opthalmology, eating carrots, peaches, kale and collard greens (members of the cabbage family) can help reduce the likelihood of glaucoma and highlights the importance of eating certain antioxidants. Read More >