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Foods to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

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A Healthy Diet Can Save Your Vision Many things play a role in your overall health. One of the most integral parts of ensuring you are healthy is eating a nutritious diet. By eating the appropriate foods, you can prevent potentially harmful diseases and conditions. However, what you eat also has an impact on your eye health. Just like the…

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Eye Safety and the Fourth of July

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Fireworks Can Lead to Permanent Eye Damage As we continue further and further into summer, we inch closer to the Fourth of July. The Fourth of July is one of the most popular holidays of the year within the United States. After all, it celebrates our country’s birth. It’s a time for families and friends to get together for Fourth…

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Celebrating National Sunglasses Day

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Sunglasses Can Save Your Eyes It’s hard not to love spending the day outside, soaking up the sun. That couldn’t be truer than in the summer. After all, the days are longer, and the weather is warmer. While many of us can’t wait to enjoy these next few months of summer, too many people don’t understand the danger the sun…

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How Does Pool Chlorine Affect Your Eyes?

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Chlorine Can Impact Your Eyes As we quickly approach summer, more and more people are going to be jumping into swimming pools to escape the heat. After all, pools are the best way to cool off and have a good time in the summer. As people begin flocking towards pools, it’s vital to remember the dangers pool chlorine presents to…

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Recognizing Vision Issues in Children

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Children Can’t Always Express Their Vision Issues As children grow older, their bodies develop at rapid rates. In just months, they grow several inches and learn new skills while improving the skills they’ve already acquired. As their bodies develop, one area of development for them is their vision. A child’s vision is crucial to their overall development. It helps them…

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COVID-19 and Eye Doctors

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COVID-19 Has Impacted All Business, Including Eye Care The entire planet is currently facing an unprecedented crisis, the likes we have not experienced in modern history. A novel coronavirus officially referred to as COVID-19 has quickly spread across the globe, threatening the lives of millions. In December 2019, COVID-19 first emerged from a food market in Wuhan City, Hubei Province,…

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Getting Your Eyes Ready for Allergy Season

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Eye Allergies Can Be Debilitating The spring season is in full swing. You know what that means, longer days, warmer weather, and more chances for outdoor activities. While spring is a great time to enjoy life and spend time outside, it also marks the beginning of allergy season. While not everyone suffers from seasonal allergies, a great many people do….

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Misconceptions About Contact Lenses

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Contact Lenses Are Perfectly Safe Our sense of sight is one of our most important senses. Without it, everyday activities, such as driving, reading and writing, making food, and getting dressed, would be extremely difficult or virtually impossible. While everyone wants clear vision, not everyone is blessed with 20/20 vision. Unfortunately, millions of people across the country need help seeing…

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How to Protect Yourself from Digital Eye Strain

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Digital Eye Strain Can Often Be Debilitating It seems that no matter where you go, you are regularly staring at a digital screen. Whether you are using it for work at the office or studying for an exam at school, digital screens have become a fixture in the lives of most people across the globe. You even use these screens…

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Stye vs. Chalazion

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A Stye and Chalazion Are Not the Same Plenty of conditions can plague your eyes. While some threaten the overall health of your eyes and your vision, some are less threatening. A lot of eye problems simply cause mild discomfort and can become aesthetically unappealing. However, even though these conditions don’t provide inherent dangers to your eyes on their own,…