A New Blood Test Can Detect Glaucoma 15 Times Better Than Current Methods

Some people have pressure inside the eye increase to a level that damages the optic nerve. It is called glaucoma and can leave you blind if not treated promptly. Unfortunately, when not treated and blindness occurs, it cannot be reversed. … Continue reading

Two Things to Reduce the Risk of Glaucoma

Glaucoma develops for many reasons. Genetics, age, lifestyle are contributors. Direct links between glaucoma and diabetes, tooth loss and obstructive sleep apnea have been identified. The fluid in the eye is called the aqueous humor. Its function is to provide … Continue reading