April 25, 2014

eye health

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  • Color Blindness
    Ask the Experts

    Color Blindness

    by Berkeley Wellness

    More accurately called color vision deficiency, color blindness is the inability to distinguish colors, most often shades of red and green. Only rarely does a person not see any color at all.

  • Can Your Diet Save Your Sight?

    Can Your Diet Save Your Sight?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    There has been much interest in the role of nutrition in eye health, which has generated hundreds of studies in recent years—and many promising leads. Here, we look behind the eye-health claims made for a variety of foods and supplements.

  • The Sunny Side of Eggs

    The Sunny Side of Eggs

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Eggs have a bad reputation because of their high cholesterol content. But dietary cholesterol has relatively little effect on blood cholesterol in most people—and recent research even suggests that eggs may provide some heart benefits.

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