People believe that the cause of nearsightedness is an unhealthy habit that can damage the eye, such as watching television at close range, reading while laying down, and others. But recently researchers found that nearsightedness is not only caused by bad habits, but also because of gene mutation. (more…)Recent search: gene mutation
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Eye drops that are designed to lower cholesterol could likely prevent macular function decline, one of the most common types of blindness. This is because high cholesterol is also associated with reduction in the power of vision.
Researchers conducted tests on mice and humans. They found that high cholesterol levels can affect the immune system. Not only that, the cells can also be damaged if it constantly is clogged by fat due to high cholesterol. (more…)
Lately more and more children and even toddlers wear glasses. This suggests that parents should begin to pay more attention to to the vision health of their children from an early age. (more…)
Researchers say excessive levels of vitamin E at least 60 percent trigger risk of cataracts. While vitamin C also increases the risk of blindness in the eye by 20 percent if taken too much. (more…)