This World Hepatitis Day, it’s important to be aware of the symptoms of the disease. Whenever you think of Hepatitis B, images of yellowing eyes and skin. But apart from these symptoms, there are other ways the disease can affect you.
Many people see eye floaters and flashes in their field of vision, especially when looking at a plain surface. Usually, they are harmless but, at times, they can indicate an eye condition.
50 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Eye allergies are usually characterized by red, itchy, watery eyes.
Focusing on your eye health is important in preserving your vision. There are various ways you can maintain good eyesight.
Eye conditions can affect not only your vision, but also your overall well-being. They may also restrict you in things you can or cannot do, compromising your quality of life. If you have or think you might have any vision problems, visit Vision Care Associates as soon as possible.