Posts Tagged ‘ blood sugar ’

Diabetic Eye Exams

Yearly eye examinations are important for patients diagnosed with diabetes. The longer one has diabetes, the greater likelihood of visual complications . Vision can fluctuate for patients with poor blood sugar control. If bleeding occurs in the back of the eye, the patient’s visual ability could be negatively impacted-making reading or driving very difficult. For severe… Read More »


November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

Diabetes affects around 22 million Americans. Millions more are borderline diabetic, or simply unaware they have the disease.  Essentially, elevated blood sugar levels cause damage to small blood vessels. The longer one has diabetes, the greater likelihood of complications. As small blood vessels are found in nearly every part of the body, diabetes can be devastating to … Read More »


Slowing Cataract Changes

Did you know that after our late 50s to 60s, the natural lenses in our eyes begin to become cloudy and yellow? These changes are known as cataracts.  Over time, patients with cataracts notice glare and halos around bright lights, fuzzy vision while watching TV, as well as needed more and more light to read. Cataracts can make enjoyable daily… Read More »


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