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Test Your Cataract Eye-Q: Take the Quiz

Test Your Cataract Eye-Q: Take the Quiz

By the age of 75, 70% of all people will have cataracts. Initially, there are few or no visual problems. But as the cataract progresses, you may begin to find that it interferes with your daily activities. Technological advancements have made the procedure of removing cataracts much easier than it was in the past. Do you know the facts about cataracts? Take the quiz and find out!

Special Seminar: “Don’t Let Diabetes Lead to Vision Loss”

Revolutionary Adjustable Focus Eyewear is Here!

Do you wear reading glasses? Have you tried no-line bifocals but they just don’t work for you?
Finally, there’s an alternative for those of us who can’t see clearly with progressive lenses — the Adlens Focuss.

Special Seminar: “Don’t Let Diabetes Lead to Vision Loss”

ECA’s Dr. Starla Fitch Is Now an Amazon Best-Selling Author!

Congratulations to Eye Consultants of Atlanta physician Dr. Starla Fitch on becoming an Amazon best-selling author! Her new book, Remedy for Burnout, launched recently and was quickly named a hot new release, a bestseller in three categories, and was picked as one of Amazon Editors’ Best Books of 2014. It’s a wonderful, practical guide for both healers and their patients!

Take the Glaucoma Eye-Q Quiz: Do you know the facts?

Take the Glaucoma Eye-Q Quiz: Do you know the facts?

Glaucoma is a misunderstood disease. Often, people don’t realize the symptoms, its severity, or who is affected. Actually, everyone is at risk — from infants to seniors.

Glaucoma is not curable, and sight lost cannot be regained. Diagnosis is the first step to saving vision, and with medication and/or surgery, it is possible to halt further loss.

Take the quiz below to see if you know the facts about glaucoma.

Take the Eye-Q Quiz: Vision in Babies and Children

Take the Eye-Q Quiz: Vision in Babies and Children

Did you know that the vision system is not fully formed in babies and young children? That means that early detection of treatable eye disease in infancy and childhood can have far-reaching implications for vision and, in some cases, for general health.

Take the quiz below to see if you know the facts about vision in babies and children.

The Dangers of Over-the-Counter Costume Contact Lenses

The Dangers of Over-the-Counter Costume Contact Lenses

While they may be the perfect finishing touch on a costume, non-prescription cosmetic contact lenses can wreak havoc on your vision. Below are four ways that over-the-counter decorative contact lenses can seriously harm your eyes: