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Tampa Bay Area Eye Doctor Discusses Diabetic Retinopathy During National Diabetic Eye Disease Month

November is National Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Dr. Michael Manning of Gulfcoast Eye Care is helping to spread awareness about diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness among working-age people in America. Tampa Bay, FL – According to the American Diabetes Association®, 29 million Americans suffer from diabetes, a disease which can strike anyone and has been dramatically on the rise in recent years. While diabetes can significantly raise the […]

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month

Each November, Gulfcoast Eye Care is proud to do its part in spreading awareness about diabetes and the dangers it can pose to both eye health and overall health. In addition to the heightened risk of serious general health concerns, diabetes significantly increases the risk of developing certain types of eye conditions, including glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic eye disease. To bring attention to the National Eye Institute’s National Diabetes Month […]

What is Diabetic Retinopathy, and How is it Caused?

Millions of Americans are affected by diabetes, and though the disease is manageable, those living with diabetes are often susceptible to a number of health risks. At Gulfcoast Eye Care, we take extra measures with our patients who have diabetes to monitor eye health, as high blood sugar levels can severely damage the blood vessels in the eyes. When the retina begins to be impacted by diabetes, the condition is […]

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Tampa Bay Area Eye Doctor Discusses Diabetic Retinopathy During National Diabetic Eye Disease Month

Dr. Michael Manning discusses National Diabetic Eye Disease Month and spreading awareness of Diabetic Retinopathy.

November is National Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Dr. Michael Manning of Gulfcoast Eye Care is helping to spread awareness about diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness among working-age people in America. Tampa Bay, FL – According to the American Diabetes Association®, 29 million Americans suffer from diabetes, a disease which can strike anyone and has been dramatically on the rise in recent years. While diabetes can significantly raise the […]

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month

Each November, Gulfcoast Eye Care is proud to do its part in spreading awareness about diabetes and the dangers it can pose to both eye health and overall health. In addition to the heightened risk of serious general health concerns, diabetes significantly increases the risk of developing certain types of eye conditions, including glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic eye disease. To bring attention to the National Eye Institute’s National Diabetes Month […]

What is Diabetic Retinopathy, and How is it Caused?

Millions of Americans are affected by diabetes, and though the disease is manageable, those living with diabetes are often susceptible to a number of health risks. At Gulfcoast Eye Care, we take extra measures with our patients who have diabetes to monitor eye health, as high blood sugar levels can severely damage the blood vessels in the eyes. When the retina begins to be impacted by diabetes, the condition is […]