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Everyone in their lifetime experiences the annoying discomfort of dry eyes. Some symptoms include irritation, redness, tearing, blurred vision and easily fatigued eyes. With that said, many conditions and products that we deal with in our daily lives cause dry eyes: Menopause, antihistamines, certain medications,...

“In the years after you turn 60,” states the American Optometric Association“a number of eye diseases may develop that can change your vision permanently. The earlier these problems are detected and treated, the more likely you can retain good vision. We all know what happens when you...

With the change in weather comes an increase in summer allegories’. Rubbing your eyes causes mast cells to release more of those itch-causing chemicals. SIGNS OF EYE ALLERGIES Some of the follow symptoms listed below cause summer allegories: • Redness in the white of your eye or inner...

WHAT IS PRESBYOPIA? With age, your eye’s lens grows more and more inflexible, decreasing your ability to focus on close objects. The clinical term for this is presbyopia. Presbyopia in Greek means "old eye." Presbyopia usually begins to develop for most people around the age 40. A common...

Extended exposure to the sun's UV Rays has been proven to cause eye damage, including: cataracts, macular degeneration, pingueculae, pterygia and photokeratitis that can cause temporary vision loss. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT UV RAYS The UV Index was developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and...

Dry eye is only a small and temporary problem, but it can be highly uncomfortable, and sometimes can have a significant impact on your daily life by preventing you from being productive in your day life. Dry eye disease, or dry eye syndrome, is a highly...

Do you spend countless hours in front of a computer? Working, researching, or simply just browsing the web? Research indicates that an average adult spends 8 ½ hours in front of a screen (computer, mobile device, tablet, or TV). Spending significant portion of your day in front of...

There are many ways to insure both your contacts and your eyes are healthy, safe and protected when and when not wearing your contact lenses. Here are five quick and easy tips to insure you both you and your lenses are in the best condition! 1....

Diabetes is a condition where your body is not able to use glucose efficiently. Glucose, a type of sugar, is produced by your body when you eat something. Glucose goes into your blood and is converted into energy. A hormone called insulin allows this process to...

Many of us really take our eyes for granted. The eyes are small organs that we use everyday but think about hardly ever. How does that happen! Prevention is key so taking some easy steps to treat your eyes as well as they treat you...

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