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Pediatric Eye Care

As with any field of medicine, eye care is always most effective when problems are addressed in their earliest stages. Sure, this can be a matter of an adult having an issue treated early, but it is especially applicable for children. An important part of pediatric...

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Eye Health Tips for Your 20’s and 30’s

Before we jump into tips for maintaining proper eye health during your 20’s and 30’s, we need to start by saying that you should know if you fall into a high-risk category for eye problems. This can be determined by factors such as: Family history of eye disease or...

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Eyes are the Windows to Your…Health?

Eyes are sometimes called “the windows to the soul.” From a purely practical perspective, this actually has a certain grain of truth to it. Human eyes are remarkably expressive, to the point you can often read a person’s mood just by looking at them. You might not be...

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Foods to Boost Your Eye Health

Proper nutrition—along with regular exercise and getting plenty of sleep—is an essential component of physical health and wellbeing. Eating a healthy diet can make positive impacts in the entire body, including your eyes. When you think about healthy eating, it’s...

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Dealing with Droopy Lids

Having sagging or drooping eyelids not only makes you look older than you actually are, but it is also a health issue that can obstruct your vision. Some statistics suggest more than one hundred thousand men and women seek surgical solutions for this problem every...

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The Importance of Diabetic Eye Care

With over 29 million Americans—more than 9 percent of the general population—being diabetic, diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the US. As concerning as that number is, there are over 80 million more Americans who are considered to be “prediabetic” (which...

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Get the Facts about Glaucoma

After recent storms, people wondered why such a strong and damaging weather system came without warning. Amazingly, with all the technology available, the extent of the storm was not predictable. Glaucoma is like that. For most people, it arrives unannounced, with no...

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