Focusing on those with the highest risk of vision problems — as well as sensitivity to costs — could help improve eye care decisions for people over 50,
Eye Care & Vision
The national health insurance program leaves many older Americans without adequate resources to properly maintain their sight, a new study finds.
A new study links familial relationships to the likelihood older adults will get needed cataract surgery — a procedure with broad implications for health.
Falls among middle-aged people are an underreported issue, U-M researchers say. Now, they’re probing the connection between falling and poor vision as a way to prevent injury.
Seeing double is a fairly common issue — that can be serious. That’s why both eye specialists and primary care providers should be prepared to address it.