Results from the Los Angeles Latino Eye Study (LALES) confirm that diabetes is a top risk factor for vision loss among Hispanics. nike air max thea nike air jordan soldes LALES and other large studies have found that people who have diabetes are more likely to develop serious and potentially blinding diseases, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, cataract and glaucoma. Officiel Christian Louboutin avis bottes ugg Hispanics are more likely to develop diabetes than other groups.

Preventing Vision Loss in Hispanics

Preventing diabetes or catching and treating it and any related eye diseases in their early stages would go a long way to improving Hispanics’ vision health. new balance pas cher Hispanics are the fastest-growing group in the United States and thus it is important to have routine eye exams especially if you are diabetic and Hispanic. adidas homme adidas femme LALES researchers believe that is our Hispanic population receives thorough exams and care as needed,, the burden of vision loss in US Hispanics could be reduced.

If you are Hispanic and especially if you have diabetes, having regular eye exams is critical to reduce your risk of vision loss. nike homme solde louboutin chaussures Please call The Eye Clinic of Texas, an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, at 800-423-3937, visit The Eye Clinic of Texas, Google+ or

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