Tips For Keeping Your Elderly Loved One Motivated About Physical Rehab

If you take care of an elderly loved one, you may find yourself in the position of being his or her 'coach' when it comes to physical rehabilitation after a surgical procedure like a hip or knee replacement. For many elderly folks, the thought of moving a sore limb after surgery is crazy. However, the best thing they can do is to start moving around and get back their mobility. Follow these tips to help you motivate your elderly loved one to participate in physical rehabilitation after his or her surgery. Read More 

Preventing Cataracts Through Diet

Clear sight is something that many people take for granted. Unfortunately, the development of cataracts can seriously compromise the quality of your vision. Many people feel that the development of cataracts is simply a part of the aging process, but there are some ways that you can be proactive in preventing cataracts from forming over your eyes in the future. The foods you eat can significantly contribute to protecting against cataracts. Read More 

Three Common Soccer Injuries In Young Players And What Parents Should Know

If your child is one of the more than 3 million U.S. kids who play soccer, you may spend your weeknights at practice and your Saturdays at tournaments, but you probably don't worry too much about injuries. After all, soccer is much safer than a contact sport like football, right? The truth is that youth soccer players experience more injuries than any other sport, according to a report by the Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness. Read More 

Why Your Contact Lenses Get Cloudy and How to Fix It

You might be alarmed when your contact lenses become cloudy. However, it's actually a common issue that plagues many contact lens wearers. Contact lenses can become cloudy for different reasons. Fortunately, there's typically a simple explanation as to why your contact lenses are becoming cloudy and the problem isn't difficult to fix. Buildup of Protein Deposits One of the most common reasons that contact lenses become blurry is because protein deposits build up on the surface of the lens. Read More 

Eye Conditions & Sunglasses: When Wearing Eye Protection Is A Necessity

Many people like wearing sunglasses, not only to deflect the harmful and sometimes blinding rays of the sun but also to enhance their appearance. However, there are some cases when wearing sunglasses is a necessity in order to prevent the worsening of certain eye conditions. If you have been diagnosed with one of the following conditions, then you may want to look into obtaining prescription sunglasses to use as protection from ultraviolet rays:   Read More