Category Archives: Eye Health

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How to Know if your Child has a Vision Problem

Young children are likely unaware if they have eye problems. This is why regular eye exams are so vital to ensuring that your child has proper vision health. Congenital eye conditions like a lazy eye or crossed eyes can have a major impact on the development of eyesight. Early detection of these and other eye […]

  • Posted on: Feb 15 2018
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Spotlight on Women’s Health as it Relates to Long-Term Vision

When we talk about eye health, the end-goal is to raise awareness so that more people can enjoy better vision as they go through life. Because women, in particular, are inundated with information regarding other distinctive matters of their health and wellness, the importance of long-term vision can get lost in the shuffle. Here, we […]

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2017
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Practical Ways you can Protect your Eyes

240 million of the world’s population suffers from a vision problem. Fortunately, the majority of these issues are avoidable and even curable. Consider how the following suggestions can be integrated into your lifestyle to encourage healthier eyes. Shake up your grocery list: Spend some extra time in the produce section selecting citrus fruits like oranges […]

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2017
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4 common eye problems and what you can do about them

It can be frightening to discover a red blotch on your eye or annoying to find a painful bump on your eyelid. Luckily, many eye problems are minor issues and can be handled without seeing a doctor. Eye strain: In a society where more jobs put us in front of a computer screen, it may […]

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2017
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Protecting Your Eyes this Summer

Top Tips for Protecting Your Eyes this Summer

The weather is starting to warm up, which is a welcome change from the cold and blustery winter months. No doubt you’ve got spring (and summer) fever and are ready to take a trip to the beach or go on that long-awaited vacation. What you’re probably not thinking about is how to protect your eyes […]

  • Posted on: May 15 2017
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What’s to Blame for Your Eye Pain?

Eye pain can take on many forms, from a stabbing, throbbing or burning pain to gritty, sharp or aching pain. Whatever the type of pain, one thing is for sure – it can be extremely uncomfortable. To understand what’s causing eye pain, it’s important to know that there are actually two categories: ocular pain and […]

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2017
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What is YAG Laser Surgery?

A common problem resulting from a cataract surgery is that the lens covering gradually becomes clouded. This issue can crop up at any time (months to years) after the cataract surgery has been performed, and can have an impact on vision. This problem, however, can be treated by means of a procedure called YAG posterior […]

  • Posted on: May 28 2015
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Floaters and Flashes Explained

While they’re often harmless, floaters and flashes in vision are an issue that can sometimes reveal the presence of a more serious eye condition. Floaters appear as tiny specks or clouds in your field of vision, while flashes cause patients to see flashing lights or lightning streaks. They can be caused by anything from the […]

  • Posted on: Jan 28 2015
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Holiday Eye Health

While the holidays are a fun time to come together with friends and family, many people fail to think about their health during this time of year. Everything from unhealthy eating to children’s toys can have an impact on eye health, so it’s important to take the time to avoid holiday eye hazards. Keep reading […]

  • Posted on: Jan 18 2015
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Conjunctivitis and Its Treatment

Conjunctivitis, sometimes known as pink eye, is an infection of the conjunctiva, which lines the eyelid and provides cover for the white area of the eyeball. When the small vessels of the conjunctiva become inflamed, they are highly visible, giving the eyes a “pink” appearance. The condition is most often defined by redness in one […]

  • Posted on: Jan 16 2015
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What is Keratitis?

Eye infections are no laughing matter. They can bring constant discomfort and make us suddenly want to stay home in bed all day. Anytime you’re not . . . read more
  • Posted on Aug 15, 2018
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How to Prevent a Stye

You’re lucky if you’ve never had a stye. Those small, red bumps that sit inside or on the eyelid can be sore, painful, and unsightly. Generally, . . . read more
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