Making Regular Visits To The Eye Doctor

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What's Up, Doc? How to Eat Your Way to Healthy Eyes without Carrots

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From being able to watch a favorite television show to seeing your child for the first time, the importance of your eyes is easy to see. Unfortunately, you may not be placing enough time and energy into improving your vision and underlying eye health. Considering 14 million Americans 12 years of age and older suffer with a form of vision impairment and 20.5 million adults have cataracts, it’s vital to improve your eye health in order to prevent future eye disorders. Read More»

Eyeglass Trends For 2016

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If you love to be stylish and trendy, you may follow fashion trends. However, fashion trends don’t end with your clothing, shoes or handbags. Accessories such as eyeglasses change often as well. If you are in the market for a new pair of eyeglasses, you may want to learn about what trends are expected to be popular this year, so you can remain stylish and fashionable. Here are four eyeglass trends that are expected to be popular in 2016. Read More»

4 Dangerous Habits That Increase Your Chance Of Cataracts

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Cataracts are a common problem in older individuals, and they cause blurry vision, vision loss and blindness. While many healthy people develop them, there are some dangerous habits that increase the risk of developing cataracts, so check out these four dangerous habits you should avoid to lessen your chances of developing cataracts. Smoking Tobacco You probably already know that smoking tobacco is dangerous for you, but here’s one more reason to stop: it can increase your risk of cataracts. Read More»

4 Things You Need To Know About Macular Holes

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The macula is a tissue located at the center of the retina. The retina is the tissue in the back of your eye that turns light into images, and the macula is the part of the retina that is responsible for your central vision. The outer edges of the retina are responsible for your peripheral vision. In some cases, your macula may tear, resulting in a macular hole. Here are four things you need to know about macular holes. Read More»

4 Things You Need To Know About Intraocular Foreign Body Injuries

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D.I.Y. home renovations may be a fun way to spend your weekend, but if you don’t wear your safety goggles, you’re at risk of intraocular foreign body injuries. These injuries—which are responsible for 3% of emergency room visits in America—occur when a foreign body penetrates into the globe of your eye. Here are four things that D.I.Y. enthusiasts need to know about intraocular foreign body injuries. How do these injuries occur? Read More»