Category: <span>Pinguecula</span>

Middle aged man with pterygium in left eye

How Do I Know if I Have a Pterygium?

The word “pterygium” is derived from the Greek for “wing” (hint: the p is silent). Surely you’d know if you had a wing on your eye, right? Though there is the occasional individual who is entirely oblivious to the pinkish white mass creeping over their eye, most people are aware that they are developing a growth over the cornea. The real question is, what is it? And do you need to worry?
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Research & Publications

Cup of coffee being poured

Managing Myopia with a Cup of Coffee

Depending on where you live, the coffee culture can be a big part of life. Whether you source and grind your own beans or …

Fruits and vegetables that can prevent the development of glaucoma

How Your Lifestyle Can Impact the Development of Glaucoma

It’s no secret that a lot of diseases are influenced by lifestyle factors. For example, your risk of cardiovascular disease …

Man with dry eyes working on computer

The Link Between Dry Eye and Depression

If clinical depression involves sadness, low mood, and bouts of crying, you’d think it’d be more associated with watery …