Find out what lifestyle changes an ophthalmologist recommends for people experiencing diabetes-related macular edema, or DME.
Caring for a person living with DME vision loss can be challenging. Learn what’s involved and why it’s so important that caregivers get care, too.
Vision loss can make home a scary place. But it doesn’t have to be. Find out how making changes in five areas of your house can make it easier to navigate DME vision loss.
A healthy diet can’t reverse wet age-related macular degeneration, but it may help slow its progression and improve your overall health.
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If you’re living with low vision as a result of age-related macular degeneration, check out these tips to help maintain your independence and keep up with your everyday activities and tasks.
An ophthalmologist explains why you might experience hallucinations if you have end-stage wet age-related macular degeneration and severe vision loss.
An ophthalmologist explains when and how wet age-related macular degeneration can disrupt your driving.
Early treatment for diabetic macular edema is critical. An ophthalmologist and retina specialist shares how to recognize early symptoms, slow its progression and when to see an eye care specialist.
How are wet and dry age-related macular degeneration related, and how are they each treated? Find out.
What you eat can lessen your chances of developing diabetes-related macular edema (DME). Let’s set the menu.