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Lifestyle Choices May Help Glaucoma Patients Preserve EyeSight

“Patients are often surprised when their ophthalmologist tells them they have glaucoma because they don’t have symptoms,” said Dianna Seldomridge, M.D., a clinical spokesperson for the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Posted 1/23/20 (Thu) read more »

New Study Finds Secondhand Smoke Damages Children's Eyes

A new study from Hong Kong suggests that it does. Researchers found that children as young as 6 already show signs of eye damage.

Posted 1/10/20 (Fri) read more »

Consult an Eye Care Professional if Your Halloween Costume Includes Scary Eyes

The ND Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons and the American Academy of Ophthalmology warn about the dangers of illegal costume contact lenses invading online retailers.

Posted 10/22/19 (Tue) read more »

Vision Problems are Common in Children with Hearing Loss

Posted 8/30/19 (Fri) read more »

Fireworks Eye Safety

Posted 7/01/19 (Mon) read more »

Three Things Patients Should Know About Cataracts

Posted 6/25/19 (Tue) read more »

Office Workers Average 1,700 Hours Each Year in Screen Time

Posted 3/20/19 (Wed) read more »

Diet Soda Linked to Increased Risk for Diabetic Retinopathy

Posted 1/03/19 (Thu) read more »

Sixty Percent of Americans with Diabetes Skip Annual Sight-Saving Exams

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month and the North Dakota Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons urges people with diabetes to stick to an annual eye exam.

Posted 11/01/18 (Thu) read more »

MIPS Scores Highlight Exceptional Value of the Academy’s IRIS Registry

The results speak for themselves; our profession’s high scores and performance bonuses show how ophthalmology’s registry is putting you in the best possible position for Medicare’s quality-based healthcare landscape.

Posted 8/17/18 (Fri) read more »