Maintaining Eyesight for Individuals Over 45

Preserving Clarity: Maintaining Eyesight for Individuals Over 45

As we age, our bodies undergo various changes, and one aspect that often experiences a noticeable decline is eyesight. Individuals aged 45 and above commonly face challenges like presbyopia, decreased visual acuity, and an increased risk of eye conditions. However, several remedies and practices can help preserve and even enhance…

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How to Naturally Improve Eyesight at Home

Eye-Care 101: How to Naturally Improve Eyesight at Home

Being able to observe the world around us, enjoy nature’s beauty, and notice the small things in everyday life is a privilege we should never take for granted. Sight is an incredible sense that has a significant impact on our everyday experiences and general quality of life.  As such, we…

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Boost Your Vision with these Top 6 Eye Health Vitamins

Boost Your Vision with these Top 6 Eye Health Vitamins

Vision is one of our most valuable senses, influencing how we perceive and interact with the environment. As a result, keeping excellent eye health should be a top priority in everyone’s daily routine.  Certain vitamins and minerals are thought to be especially good for eye health. Incorporating meals high in…

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What Is the Best Remedy for Eyesight?

What Is the Best Remedy for Eyesight?

In our fast-paced, modern world, where screens dominate our daily lives and stress levels seem to be on a perpetual rise, taking care of our eyes has become more crucial than ever. The quest for the perfect remedy for eyesight has sparked numerous debates and discussions. As we navigate through…

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The Most Common Signs and Symptoms of Eye Problems

The Most Common Signs and Symptoms of Eye Problems

Introduction The eyes are the primary sensory organs in the human body, accounting for nearly 80% of all information and sensations we receive and process. However, eyes are not only involved in vision; they also play a role in the regulation of sleep-wake cycles and hormonal production by absorbing sunlight…

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An Ultimate Supplement Protocol for Improving Vision & Eye Health

An Ultimate Supplement Protocol for Improving Vision & Eye Health

The modern lifestyle negatively affects eye health. Constant screen use, staying up late, and artificial lights all place a strong burden on optimal eye functioning. This way, people do not provide their eyes with an opportunity to change the eye focus regularly, which results in an imbalance of the tone…

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clearer vision

Natural Remedies for Clearer Vision

Vision and eye health are critical for daily functioning and leading an active lifestyle. Impaired vision can have a significant influence on one’s quality of life, independence, and mobility. When it comes to improving their eyesight or eye health, many individuals turn to natural solutions first.  These remedies emphasize the…

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deteriorating eyesight

Natural Remedies for Eyesight: 15 Effective Solutions to Try

In today’s digital age, our eyes are constantly bombarded with screens, leading to eye strain and deteriorating eyesight. While glasses and contact lenses can help correct vision, there are also natural remedies that can help improve eyesight and alleviate eye strain. In this blog post, we will explore 15 effective…

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enhance your eyesight

10 Natural Remedies to Enhance Your Eyesight

As we age, our eyesight tends to deteriorate, making it difficult to see clearly and perform everyday tasks. However, there are natural remedies that can help enhance your eyesight and improve your overall eye health. Here are 10 natural remedies that senior citizens can incorporate into their daily routine to…

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causes of worsening eyesight

Common Causes of Worsening Eyesight

Most individuals take their vision for granted until they experience issues with it. The capacity to see helps us navigate our surroundings and participate in various activities. It is, nonetheless, typical for eyesight to degrade over time. Why Does Eyesight Get Worse? The answer relies on several things. Vision changes…

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improve eyesight

Can Your Eyesight Improve as You Age?

The aging process causes several changes in our bodies, one of which is the changing of our eyesight. While many people equate aging with vision loss, a fascinating issue arises: Can your eyesight improve as you age? Can Eyesight Improve with Age? In general, vision does not improve with age.…

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eye headaches

Are Headaches a Common Symptom of Bad Eyesight?

Many people experience headaches occasionally, and various factors can cause them. One common question that arises is whether bad eyesight can be a contributing factor to headaches. In this article, we will explore the relationship between headaches and bad eyesight, and whether or not one can be a symptom of…

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Eyesight Tend to Worsen

Why Does Eyesight Tend to Worsen as We Age?

As we age, many of us notice that our eyesight isn’t what it used to be. We may find ourselves reaching for reading glasses more often or struggling to see clearly in low light. This is a common experience, and it’s a natural part of the aging process. But why…

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quitting smoking to improve eyesight

Does Quitting Smoking Improve Eyesight?

Smoking is a dangerous habit that harms many aspects of our health. The dangers of smoking are well documented, ranging from lung cancer to heart disease.  However, the effect of smoking on our vision is frequently neglected. In this detailed post, we will look at the link between smoking and…

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eye impairment

Leading Causes of Eye Impairment

Eyesight is a valuable sense that helps us to navigate the world around us. However, various variables might lead to visual degeneration. Understanding these variables, which range from lifestyle behaviors to underlying health concerns, can help you make educated decisions to protect your vision. What Causes Eyesight To Worsen While…

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inherit bad eyesight

Do You Inherit Bad Eyesight?

s your vision one of the numerous things that you may attribute to your genetic makeup? Nature vs nurture has long been at the center of the classic argument, which raises the question of whether genes or lifestyle have a greater influence on vision.  Is Bad Eyesight Hereditary? The issue…

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poor eyesight

Is Poor Eyesight Hereditary?

Numerous traits, such as our skin tone, eye color, and hair type, are inherited from our parents. Our DNA can also carry on from our parents’ various illnesses and disorders, including vision problems. In addition to environmental influences, genetics can play a significant role in determining an individual’s level of…

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alcohol affect your eyes

How Can Alcohol Affect Your Eyes?

Alcohol consumption can have serious health consequences, including vision loss, headaches, and even seizures. It is important to be aware of the risks associated with alcohol consumption and to seek medical attention if any of these conditions are present. Drinking too much alcohol can cause symptoms of dry eye as…

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vitamin deficiency eyes

How to Identify Vitamin Deficiency in Your Eyes

Although nobody likes to lose their vision, it does happen occasionally and is entirely uncontrollable. But what if a preventable cause, such as a vitamin shortage, caused you to lose your vision? Though completely avoidable, vitamin deficiencies are the main cause of avoidable blindness in underdeveloped nations. Specifically, a deficit…

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peripheral vision

Where Does Peripheral Vision Come From? (Tunnel Vision)

Peripheral vision comes from the side areas of our visual field, outside the central focus of our eyes. It is enabled by specialized cells called rods and cones in the outer regions of the retina. While cones are responsible for central and color vision, rods are more sensitive to light…

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Dr. Kimberly Langdon

Kimberly Langdon

Dr. Kimberly Langdon has been an MD for 31 years, board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist with 19-years of clinical experience. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine, earning Honors in many rotations. She then completed her OB/GYN residency program at The Ohio State University Medical Center, earning first-place accolades for her Senior Research Project and Score of 98th percentile on a National Proficiency Test.

During her clinical career, she delivered over 2000 babies and specialized in minimally invasive procedures, menopause, endometriosis, menstrual disorders, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. After retiring from clinical practice, she founded a medical device company to commercialize her two patented and four patent-pending medical devices for both life-threatening and non-life-threatening infections.

Kimberly Langdon M.D.

Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Coologics, 2010-present
The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine 1987-1991
The Ohio State University Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program 1991-1995
Private practice 1995-2010

Po-Chang Hsu

Po-Chang Hsu

Po-Chang Hsu, M.D., received his medical doctorate from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. During his medical school training, Dr. Hsu worked with various patients, including adult and pediatric patients with acute and chronic conditions. Dr. Hsu’s interests include neurology, psychiatry, pediatrics, and sleep medicine.

Before medical school, Dr. Hsu finished a master’s degree at Harvard University and wrote a thesis on neuroimaging in schizophrenia patients at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospital. Dr. Hsu was also a part of the 2008 NASA Phoenix Lander Mission team, which sent a robotic spacecraft to the North polar region of Mars. Dr. Hsu also had research experience on neuroimaging in neonates at Boston Children’s Hospital, another Harvard Medical School-affiliated Hospital.

Since graduating from medical school, Dr. Hsu has worked as a full-time medical writer and consultant. In addition, he has experience writing and ghostwriting books and articles for physicians and health technology start-up companies. Dr. Hsu believes good communication between healthcare providers and patients creates the best results.


-Peer Reviewed Journal Article:
Kounaves, S.P., Hecht, M.H., West, S.J., Morookian, J.-M., Young, S.M.M., Quinn, R., Grunthaner, P., Wen, X., Weilert, M., Cable, C.A., Fisher, A., Gospodinova, K., Kapit, J., Stroble, S., Hsu, P.-C., Clark, B.C., Ming, D.W. and Smith, P.H. The MECA wet chemistry laboratory on the 2007 phoenix mars scout Lander. Journal of Geophysical Research. 2009, Mar; 114(E3): 10.1029/2008je003084.

-Poster Presentation:
2011 Harvard Psychiatry Mysell Poster Session; Boston, MA
Hsu, P.C., Rathi, Y., Eckbo, R., Nestor, P., Niznikiewicz, M., Thompson, E., Kubicki, M., Shenton, M.E. (March, 2011). Two-Tensor Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Acoustic Radiations in Schizophrenia

Dr. Nicolette Natale

Nicolette Natale

Dr. Nicolette Natale is a physician, with a background in Psychology, General Medicine, and English Literature, combining her expertise to provide readers with the most accurate, easy-to-understand, and comprehensive information regarding healthcare. She received her Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Nova Southeastern University, and her bachelor’s in English Literature and Psychology from the University of Miami. Dr. Natale seeks to empower individuals with knowledge, fostering a greater understanding of holistic health and encouraging a proactive approach to well-being