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Eye Health

  • Common Eye Conditions Found In Kids

    If a person is going to struggle with an eye condition, it usually develops during their early childhood or adolescent years. Many children suffer from eye conditions, and oftentimes no one knows it until they fail a school screening or it is discovered during an eye health check. The good news is, its okay, it […]

    Continue Reading August 27, 2019

  • Am I Developing Cataracts?

    Am I Developing Cataracts?

    Is your vision just not what it used to be? Are at an age where you wonder if you could be developing cataracts? Here are a few things you should know: Everyone Develops Cataracts Every person born with healthy, functioning vision has a lens in each eye through which they see. These lenses are made […]

    Continue Reading June 11, 2019

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    Women’s Eye Health Guide

    Women’s Eye Health -It’s Different Than Men’s! You might think eyes are eyes, all basically the same and need to be taken care of in the same ways – right? Well…not quite. Women’s eye health can be quite a bit different than men’s, and often women’s eyes need more attention. In fact, 2/3 of all […]

    Continue Reading April 9, 2019

  • What Is Macular Degeneration Of The Eye?

    Imagine for a moment that reading was to become very difficult, the words on the page blurry, and your glasses didn’t help. Or try to envision what it would be like to look at your child and see their hair and ears, but not the middle of their face. What if a musician suddenly could not […]

    Continue Reading January 31, 2019

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    What Is The Eye Disease Glaucoma?

    Try to think back to your last eye exam. Your eye doctor probably performed a test where he used either a puff of air or blue light to check the pressure in your eye. It’s a little weird, and a little in your personal space, but it’s a pretty important test. He may or may […]

    Continue Reading January 7, 2019

  • Diabetic Eye Exam: What To Expect Each Year

    If you’re a diabetic, chances are your medical doctor puts you through a regular series of testing each year to make sure your sugar levels are staying under control. One of the things he or she will ask is if you’ve had your yearly diabetic eye exam. When an optometrist performs a thorough, dilated eye […]

    Continue Reading October 25, 2018