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Vision Impairment - Treatment & Advice

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  • When a person hears the word "cataract," one usually thinks of a condition that plagues aging adults—and by aging I mean folks who are in their 70's and beyond. That's what I thought, too...

    Cataract Surgery at 35... Wait, What?

    Cataract Surgery at 35... Wait, What?

    by Ryan Leveskis1

  • Cataracts will affect all of us at some point in our lives. This article discusses the symptoms and treatments for different types of senile cataracts that are the result of the aging process.

    Types of Senile Cataracts

    Types of Senile Cataracts

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC0

  • What it's like to have an eye lift. Can you get it done on the NHS? This is my personal experience, and I have included before-and-after pictures.

    My NHS Eye Lift/Blepharoplasty

    My NHS Eye Lift/Blepharoplasty

    by Christine Baughen3

  • Are you unsure about how to interact politely and respectfully with people who have vision loss? Don't be nervous about getting something wrong; read these guidelines, below.

    How to Be Polite to People With Vision Loss

    How to Be Polite to People With Vision Loss

    by Tim Truzy1

  • The term "color blind" is rather misleading. Those who are affected can still see color, just much differently than those with normal color vision.

    Definition of Color Blindness

    Definition of Color Blindness

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC42

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