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3 Typical Eye Problems And What To Do About Them

Red bumps on the eyelid, eye twitch, and the contagious pinkeye are all common eye problems. Here are some ways to identify what your eye issue is and determine if you should schedule an appointment with your eye doctor. Pinkeye: Pinkeye is also known as acute conjunctivitis. If your eyes have a yellow or white […]



Saving your vision from cataracts

It’s easy to take for granted all the amazing things our eyes do for us everyday. Our sight helps us navigate the world, day and night. Our eyes talk to our brain, communicating important information about shapes and sizes, colors and textures, people and places. But as dependable as our vision might seem, our eyes […]


If you have diabetes, this exam could save your sight

People with diabetes know that they can best manage the disease if they’re even more vigilant about their health than most of us. For diabetics that mean: Careful, mindful eating Regular exercise Regular doctor visits Blood level testing There may, however, be one important vital issue that diabetics (and the rest of us) don’t monitor closely […]


The most common transplant is also one of the most successful

You’ve probably heard of heart and kidney transplants, but the most common type of transplant in the world, one you’re statistically more likely to need, is actually a corneal transplant. In addition to being the most common type of transplant, it also boasts a success rate of over 90 percent. That’s good news for the […]


If you wear contact lenses, you need to read this

If you’re one of the nearly 30 million Americans who wear contact lenses, you already know all the benefits they can provide, allowing you to see without the distractions that glasses often cause. And if you’re an active person – skier, runner, football player – you know that contacts are idea for athletes. But you […]



Wink Not, Want Not: How to Combat Dry Eye This Season

Does the person standing next to you in line at the farmer’s market think that you are winking at them because of your incessant blinking? Does your boss think that you have a nervous tick because of that very same blinking? If you suffer from dry eye syndrome, and just can’t seem to find relief […]


Should your child switch to contacts?

Most kids who wear glasses come to a point in their lives where they discover an interest in contact lenses and want to give them a try. As parents, we need to have the information that will help us discuss this important decision with our child and feel good about supporting a possible transition from […]


Yoga and Eye Health

The health benefits of yoga are well-established. But, many people know less about yoga’s benefits for eye health. Between standard poses that enhance eye health and specialized moves especially for your eyes, yoga can help you cut down on eye strain and enjoy better vision and eye comfort. Benefits of Yoga for the Eyes About […]


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