Could the Keto Diet Protect You from Glaucoma?

A 2018 study suggests that eating a high-fat, low-carb diet may be beneficial to people facing glaucoma. The ketogenic or “keto” diet has been used for years to help treat diseases like epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. This is the first study to indicate the diet may also help protect the health of the… Continue Reading →

Celebrities with Eye Problems

Despite their good looks, fame and wealth, celebrities are just as vulnerable to serious eye diseases as us mere mortals. Just like the patients we see at the Island Eye Surgicenter every day, famous people suffer from glaucoma, cataracts, bad eyesight, and other eye conditions. Read on for our “eye opening” list of visually impaired… Continue Reading →

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