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Recent research has connected obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with increased glaucoma risk.
Today, there are over 3 million Americans who have glaucoma, and that number is steadily increasing.
You may not be experiencing any complications with your vision, but that’s not a reason to put off your eye exam. Vision loss can happen gradually and is not always associated with pain or other symptoms, as is the case with glaucoma.
Most people think of glaucoma and diabetes as independent diseases with isolated lists of causes, symptoms and treatments. However, these seemingly disconnected conditions are actually quite intertwined.
It is estimated that 3 million Americans have glaucoma but only half of those affected are
Your eyes serve much more of a purpose than just reading books and deciphering
Chemical engineer Myro Korogiannaki, a McMaster Ph.D. candidate, has found a way to use