All posts tagged "age related macular degeneration"
Eating An Orange Every Day Keeps Macular Degeneration Away
People еаtіng oranges аrе lеѕѕ lіkеlу to dеvеlор macular degeneration thаn thоѕе whо do nоt, ассоrdіng tо a nеw ѕtudу. A fіftееn уеаr ѕtudу fоllоwіng over 2000 Australian adults аgе 50+ showed that реорlе еаtіng аt least...
- Posted July 13, 2018
Why Stress Increases Your Risk of Age Related Macular Degeneration
Stress can have a direct impact on the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) according to researchers. Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss within older adults in the Western World and this is...
- Posted March 7, 2017
AMD Could Increase Risk of Brain Hemorrhage
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) patients are more at risk for a brain hemorrhage according to a recent study. While these findings are preliminary and patients and physicians have been advised not to overinterpret them, it doesn’t mean...
- Posted September 27, 2016
Eating Broccoli May Protect Against AMD
Broccoli-related compounds can boost the potency of Age-Related Macular Degeneration. Researchers looked at and identified how the broccoli related compound can be used as a possible treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) – a leading cause of...
- Posted July 13, 2016
Lower Vitamin D3 Levels May Increase Risk of Macular Degeneration
Researchers from Angers University Hospital in France believe that there is an increased risk of developing Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) in those who have low levels of Vitamin D3.
- Posted April 12, 2016
Keeping Your Eyes Healthy Beyond The Age Of 40…
As we age our metabolism decreases and this is especially true for those who are over the age of 40. Making healthy choices, staying active and getting enough sleep should the main priority of anyone who wants...
- Posted February 24, 2015
AMD? Here’s How To Get Healthy Eyes For Life!
February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Awareness Month highlighting how 10 million Americans are showing evidence of the condition. Some of the risk factors associated with AMD include high blood pressure, obesity, smoking and a family history...
- Posted February 12, 2015