Eye Health for Babies, Children & Teenagers
Parents, protect your child's eye health by getting information about recommended vision screenings and learning the signs of developmental eye problems that you should watch for in your child. And if you're a teenager, there are particular eye health issues you should be aware of to ensure a lifetime of eye health. Learn the signs of eye problems that you should look for, as well as the healthy eye habits you should develop now.
Eye Health Information for Adults 40 to 60
Middle age is a time when symptoms of many eye diseases may begin to emerge — and when other diseases can develop without any symptoms at all. It is crucial for adults with no symptoms of or no risk factors for eye disease to get a baseline eye examination at 40 so treatment can start early to save vision. Learn what to do now to see better later.
Eye Health Information for Adults Over 60
Normal aging of the eye does not lead to vision loss. Vision loss is the result of eye diseases, injuries or both. If you experience vision problems — or even if you don't — it is important to see your optician. Learn the importance of regular eye exams, what to look for and what to do to preserve your vision.