With so much information available at our fingertips – through family, friends, doctors, and the internet, it’s hard to know exactly what’s true and what’s not. While some sources may seem legitimate, the information provided may actually be embellished or straight-up fiction.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a lot of changes and new challenges to our lives, including social distancing, wearing a face mask, cancelling events, and stocking up on cleaning and sanitizing products. Another significant challenge that many people are facing now is working or learning from home.
At some point during the current COVID-19 pandemic, every person has probably asked themselves “Is this worth the risk?” when deciding whether or not to leave their home. As a result, you may be experiencing decision fatigue.
Amid the spread of COVID-19, many states have taken appropriate precautionary measures provided by professional organizations in their operating procedures. Some may have even shut down temporarily, resulting in doctor’s offices being closed and elective surgeries being canceled.
Down syndrome can affect the maturing eye which can impact the proper development of vision in children and adults. More than half of people with Down syndrome experience an eye disease at some point in their lives, so caregivers and doctors should monitor their vision closely.
If your doctor has recommended FDA-approved corneal cross-linking— the first and only FDA-approved therapeutic treatment that stiffens the cornea to slow or halt the progression of keratoconus, then you may now be eligible to receive up to $100 towards…
When it comes to a timeline of when to receive an eye exam, it’s different for everyone. According to Prevent Blindness, how frequently you should be receiving exams depends on…