Life saving eye exam
Regular eye exams are not only important for our vision but also vital for disease prevention and the detection of serious medical conditions.
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We are constantly surrounded by screens. Luckily, there are a number of solutions available to help mitigate the symptoms of digital eye strain.
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Approximately 45 million Americans wear contact lenses. Not caring for them properly can lead to infections and damage to your eyes.
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Digital eye strain is related to the prolonged use of computers and digital devices. While most individuals are not likely to give up their screen time, there are some things you can do for relief.
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Did you know that adding certain nutrients to your diet can help preserve your vision and improve eye health? Here are healthy eating tips to help reduce the risk of age-related eye damage and support good eye health.
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People with vision problems are more likely than those with good vision to have diabetes, poor hearing, heart problems, high blood pressure, lower back pain and strokes, as well as an increased risk for falls, injury and depression.
A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear lens of your eye, which makes it seem that you are viewing the world through a fogged-up window. Here are tips to help reduce your risk of cataracts.
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Our pets are often our best friends – unless we are allergic to them. Approximately 62 percent of Americans have pets, and 15 to 30 percent of Americans suffer from pet allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation. That’s a lot of red, itchy eyes!
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