For many people, losing your eyesight is one of the strongest signs that you’re getting older.
Most parents insist that their children wear sunglasses for a day at the beach, but they give little thought to allowing kids to damage their eyes using electronic devices.
You probably don’t know because the doctors don’t talk about it, but there is one little mark on your face that can actually predict heart disease. It’s called xanthelasma and after 40 years of age, both men and women can develop this problem.
EyeControl is an inexpensive, mobile and screen-free communication device that allows “locked-in” patients to communicate at anytime, anywhere. Patients with ALS and other diseases are “locked-in” their own bodies. Although they may have significant cognitive capabilities, they cannot speak or use their limbs.
Jon Barron, 04/16/2016
We've talked a number of times before about how the press frequently gets stories about health and nutrition wrong.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, 11/04/2015
Eat For Your Eyes