They say our eyes are the windows to our soul but apparently our eyes can also provide a pathway to the state of our mental health. Recent research by international development organization Sightsavers, University of Ilorin, and the Kogi State Ministry of Health in Nigeria has revealed links between vision impairment and poor mental health. The study estimates that blind people aged 50 years and over are nearly four times as likely to have self-reported symptoms of anxiety and/or depression than those with no vision impairment. May happens to be Mental Health Awareness Month and this year’s theme in the U.S. will amplify the message “Together for Mental Health.” Read More