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The top priority when driving a car is always to ensure safety. This means obeying the rules of the road, putting on your seatbelt, keeping your hands on the wheel, driving sober, and wearing sunglasses. The last point--wearing sunglasses--may not be one that everyone is...

For many of us, our digital device screens take up most of our day. From working on computers or laptops to recreational time spent on our mobile devices, we spend anywhere between 9 to 11 hours of our day looking at a screen. This may...

Due to the technological advances of our age, ocular damage caused by blue light emissions has been a top concern for people who work primarily on screens. Blue light can be very damaging to your eyes, but thankfully, there are some things you can do...

Intraductal Meibomian Gland Probing is a treatment for Dry Eye Disease. The treatment clears obstructions in the meibomian glands, which is also very effective in treating meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). This procedure is performed in-office with only the use of topical anesthetic. The process is...

If you wear contact lenses, then you must know just how vital it is to have lenses that work for your lifestyle. It is essential for your lenses to be comfortable, easy to use and most of all, affordable. You may think that biweekly or...

There has been a significant increase in cases of myopia in children over the past twenty years. It is beginning to occur in even younger ages (between 8-9 yrs old); when it once was primarily seen in youth aged 12-14. Here’s everything you need to...

Maintaining a well-balanced and healthy diet is one of the best ways to help protect your eye health. In fact, it can greatly reduce your chances of developing eye conditions or diseases such as: vitamins, nutrients, and minerals. These are extremely important in the prevention...

Eye floaters and eye flashes are conditions of the eye that many people are highly disturbed and concerned about. The truth is, floaters and flashes are a common thing that people experience but it should not be taken lightly. Here’s everything you need to know...

Eye Stye, also known as chalazion, is a clogged oil gland in the eyelid. It presents as an uncomfortable red bump at the edge of the eyelid. It can be caused by things such as touching your eye with unwashed hands, leaving on eye makeup,...

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