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1 Million
Australians have diabetes, which increases the risk of developing eye disease.

9.7 Million
Australians have had at least one sight problem.

1.5 Million
Australians have cataracts.

Computer Vision Syndrome: Kids, Computers, Digital Eye Damage

When kids head back to school, they often trade time at the park, beach or the pool for hours in front of a computer screen. But are their eyes equipped to handle the change?

Diabetes and your Eyes

Diabetes can lead to vision loss and damage to the retina. An eye exam can detect early signs of diabetes.

Why are Sunglasses Important?

The sun's UV rays can impair your vision - but you can prevent it!

Hypertension and Your Eyes: The Connection

Hypertension can lead to blindness, blurred vision and nerve damage. Learn how early detection can prevent these life-altering effects of high blood pressure.

Fashion eyewear to flatter your features

Finding the right glasses for your face shape is an art. Check out these hints on how to find frames that will complement your facial features.

Can't See Well Close Up? You Might Be Farsighted or Presbyopic

Presbyopia is an age-related condition. Farsighted means not being able to see well close up. Learn how Presbyopia and Farsightedness can be treated.

Keep Your Sight Sharp at Every Age

Our eyes have different needs as we age. Find out what changes are a normal part of aging, and discover proactive steps to preserve your healthy eye sight.

Choose Foods that Improve Your Eye Health and Energy

Every time you choose or prepare food, you hold your health in your hand – including your eye health. An expert shares some advice on what foods and nutrients are especially vision friendly.

8 Signs You Might Need an Eye Exam

Vision can change quite a bit over the course of a year, and it's important to know when you need to schedule an exam.

Presbyopia: The 40-something Eyesight Challenge

Age-related farsightedness, or presbyopia, is a completely normal part of aging. This progressive condition is easily correctable with glasses or contacts.