While strabismus is usually a treatable condition, an early diagnosis offers the best chance for long-term success. In this Children’s Channel video, Dr. Nancy Hanna, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the Akron Children’s Hospital Vision Center, discusses the symptoms and treatments for crossed eyes and other alignment concerns.
Taking care of your child’s eyes in childhood can help her have a lifetime of healthy vision. Since May is Healthy Vision Month, we have 8 tips from the CDC and the American Eye Institute to help you keep your kids’ eyes healthy.
I found out when I was about 20 weeks pregnant that Addison had a 2-vessel umbilical cord (SUA = single umbilical artery). All of the level 2 scans and high-risk doctors said she looked perfect, but we wouldn’t know until after she was born.