Category: <span>Blepharitis</span>

What You Need to Know About Blepharitis

Blepharitis. Difficult to pronounce and almost as difficult to manage. Very little information is available as to how many Americans suffer from this common ocular disorder, but one study has placed the prevalence as high as 47%. Considering the effects of blepharitis range from entirely asymptomatic to severely affecting vision and quality of life, it would not be surprising that there are many living with this condition completely unaware. Equally unsurprising would be the number of people with blepharitis who have always thought something was not quite right but just put it down to “how things are” or “it must be the weather” or “it’s because my mother has so much pungent potpourri around the house”, and ignored the discomfort in their eyes.

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Research & Publications

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The Link Between Dry Eye and Depression

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Food for Floaters

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Cataract Surgery Could Reduce Dementia Risk

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