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Combating Eye Strain

Our eyes are a vital part of how we connect to the world. When they’re tired, it can keep you from enjoying life and performing at your best. Recent studies show that 70% of adults suffer from eye strain, which affects their quality of life. If your eyes feel worn out, here are a few… Read More »


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What to Expect With Cataract Surgery

Cataracts can have a detrimental effect on your daily life. Cloudy vision makes it difficult to accomplish tasks and enjoy the sights around you. Most people hope that cataracts will eventually resolve themselves, but this can be dangerous thinking. Addressing cataracts before they cause long-term damage is essential to living a quality life. Here is… Read More »


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Is High Blood Pressure Effecting Your Vision?

Have you noticed significant changes in your vision lately? There is a little-known culprit that may be responsible. The changes in your eyesight may signal that you need to take action quickly.  Your blood pressure is a sign of how well blood and oxygen get moved throughout your body. When your blood pressure is too… Read More »


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Things to Avoid After LASIK Surgery

LASIK eye surgery is an operation that uses laser technology to correct problems or malfunctions within the cornea. This type of surgery is a fantastic way to recover from issues such as nearsightedness and will let you no longer use corrective measures like glasses. With that being said, it’s no surprise that many people wonder… Read More »


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What are the symptoms of cataracts?

More than half of Americans over the age of 60 have cataracts or will have had surgery to correct this condition. While it may not be a preventable condition, it’s important to know what you can do to stay on top of any changes to vision and eye diseases and conditions so that you can… Read More »


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What you need to know about diabetic eye disease

More than 40 percent of patients who have diabetes develop some form of eye disease as a result. Regular eye exams and controlling blood sugar levels can help. Here’s what you need to know about diabetic eye disease and how to prevent or treat it.   High blood sugar levels can cause damage to blood… Read More »


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What you need to know about eyelid surgery

Many people start to see the signs of aging around their eyes, and eyelids begin to droop when you get into your 30s and 40s. You may be wondering when is the ideal time to begin thinking about addressing your eyelids and consider surgery. Here are some quick facts about eyelid surgery, also known as… Read More »


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7 ways to show your eyes some love

Our eyes speak the language of love, but how much love are we showing our eyes? In the spirit of Valentine’s Day and the season of love, here are some quick tips for showing your eyes some much-deserved love. 1. Eat better. One of the best things we can do for our eyes and our… Read More »


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Common eye conditions and how to treat them

There are many common eye conditions that only require rest and over-the-counter medications for treatment. Sometimes, you will need to see your doctor when symptoms don’t improve or accompany other symptoms. Here are some of the common eye conditions and what you should do to treat them: Pink Eye Pink eye is a common yet… Read More »


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3 alternatives to LASIK surgery

While LASIK surgery is the most popular surgery for vision correction, some people may not be candidates for that surgery or want to explore other options. Here are three alternatives to LASIK surgery as you consider your options to improve your vision. Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) Photorefractive Keratectomy, or PRK, is a successful option for refractive… Read More »


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