Glasses

Over one hundred million Americans need reading glasses to get through their day. But can a new procedure help you ditch your readers for good? Ophthalmologist Dr. Kerry Assil and his patient Kim discuss her personal results.

Lauren’s son, Connor, has been struggling with reading and light sensitivity since pre-school. Lauren had Connor take a test to identify whether he had perceptual processing issues. Find out how a pair of glasses helped improve his ability to read.

From infancy to 109 years old, The Doctors answers 50 questions from 50 different ages! Learn why going bald may improve your health, how aspirin may reduce the risk of cancer and more!

Get the answers to your most pressing problems ranging from infancy to triple digit years! Learn why going bald may improve your health, how aspirin may reduce the risk of cancer and more!

Nine-year-old Ben asks how doctors know when people need glasses. Dr. Jim explains how physicians — and teachers — can tell when a kid needs glasses.