Dry eye disease: How can artificial tears help you?

Dry eye disease (DED) can strongly influence your quality of life, preventing you from engaging in daily activities. If you find yourself in trouble with DED, lubricant eye drops...

Nutrition for Dry eye: What do you really know about Omegas?

It was previously thought that the so-called "Omega Fatty Acids" (or "fish oils") could be used to treat DED, as well as prevent the progression of the disease. Is it true? And...

Drug-induced dry eye: Knowing your medications

From antiacne medications to antihistamines, many drugs can contribute to the development of dry eye symptoms. Let's look at the most common ones1-5: Contraceptive pills Estrogen may...

Dry eye disease: What does the doctor say?

Dry eye disease (DED), in some cases, maybe more complicated than you think. Symptoms may differ from person to person, and the severity is not always the same. How can you handle...

Diagnostic tools for dry eye disease

Have you ever felt like you have something in your eyes? Itching or irritating sensation? Redness or blurry vision? If yes, you should visit an ophthalmologist for a proper diagnosis....

Things you should know about contact lenses

Change your eye color, correct your vision defects... contact lenses allow you to live your life to the fullest without the botheration of wearing glasses. But there is something...

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