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One in every six adults over the age of 45 is affected by a sight-threatening eye issue. As we age, this risk continues to increase. The life expectancy of an American is longer than ever before, so we must make even greater efforts to protect and preserv

One of the most discouraging consequences of joint injury is the inability to perform daily activities. Simple tasks like walking, climbing stairs or emptying the dishwasher can become incredibly difficult, and they may cause you a great deal of pain.

Your vision is important to you, but it is probably safe to say that you place equal importance on heart health. So how do you choose between an eye-friendly diet or a heart-friendly diet?

However, thanks to ongoing advancements in surgical techniques and pain management, many patients now find themselves returning home the day after surgery and resuming normal activities sooner than ever. And best of all, they’re doing it at a fraction of

Every year, new technology is developed to treat eye diseases that threaten our vision. A group of researchers at University College London and the Western Eye Hospital have made a recent breakthrough in glaucoma detection.

According to a 2008 Vanderbilt study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, the average American spends up to 7.7 hours per day sitting.

Don’t forget that those bright rays of sunshine also have a dark side. Overexposure to the sun can cause eye damage such as cataracts, keratitis (sunburn of the eyes), eye growths, and skin damage around the eye area.

Experts say that swimming is one of the best full body workouts, particularly for individuals with arthritis.

Cataracts are a common vision problem that affect six million Americans over the age of 40, but they can begin developing at a much earlier age.

Yoga is widely recognized as a therapeutic form of exercise that can relieve depression, promote weight loss, improve cardiovascular health, and alleviate arthritis.

The best way to prevent degenerative eye disease is to get a comprehensive eye exam. June is Cataract Awareness Month, so it would be the perfect time to schedule a check-up.

Bariatric surgery could be beneficial for morbidly obese patients prior to total knee or hip replacement surgery, researchers say.

While most diseases have noticeable symptoms and warning signs, glaucoma can develop slowly and painlessly and can be quite difficult to diagnose.

There are several factors that can contribute to the development of osteoarthritis, such as age, family history and previous injury, but one of the greatest risk factors is obesity.

As a caregiver of a parent or loved one, you are always thinking of someone else. Your days are consumed with meal planning and preparation, administering medication and providing transportation.

Could there be a link between hepatitis C (HCV) and cataract development? According to a recent study, this may be true.

You are what you eat, as the old saying goes, and new research finds that you could eat your way to stronger, healthier bones.

See Now, a non-profit organization, has taken this metaphor to a literal level by creating a simulator that allows you to see through the eyes of individuals with cataracts, glaucoma or retinopathy.

The cause of fibromyalgia is unknown, but onset of symptoms usually begins after physical trauma, surgery, infection, or situations that cause extreme psychological stress.

The average American spends seven or more hours per day on electronic devices, and many individuals use multiple devices simultaneously.