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Preparing For Presbyopia Awareness Month in April

Symptoms and Treatments for Age-Related Presbyopia   Did your parents or grandparents joke that they couldn't read the type in a book or on the back of a medicine bottle because their arms were suddenly too short? Once you pass age 40, you just may find yourself...

How Digital Eye Strain Can Lead To Irritated Eyes

Irritated, Dry Eyes May Be Signs That You Have Digital Eye Strain   Digital eye strain, also called computer vision syndrome, is a condition that often affects people who work or play on laptops, tablets, smartphones, e-readers, and other digital devices. Whether...

Protecting Your Vision While At Work

Protecting Your Vision While at Work   Work-related eye injuries affect more than 2,000 people every day and cause temporary or permanent vision loss in 10 to 20 percent of all cases, according to Prevent Blindness. Unfortunately, injuries aren't the only eye...

What Are Eye Allergies? Symptoms and Treatments

Red, Itchy Eyes? You Might Have Eye Allergies   Sneezing, congestion, post-nasal drip, and hives aren't the only symptoms of allergies. Your allergies can also affect your eyes, causing a range of uncomfortable symptoms. Eye Allergy Symptoms Eye allergy symptoms...

New Year, New Vision in 2020

Embrace 20/20 Vision in 2020   Some New Year's resolutions are easier to fulfill than others. Even if you aren't able to add a checkmark to "soar over the Italian countryside in a hot air balloon" this year, but you can certainly improve your vision with a visit...

How To Read Your Eyeglass Prescription

Understanding Your Eyeglass Prescription   Have you ever tried to decipher your eyeglass prescription? Although the numbers and abbreviations written on the script may be meaningless to you, your prescription provides valuable information for the type of...

Are Floaters A Sign Of Something Bigger?

Are Floaters a Sign of a Serious Eye Problem?   Have you noticed shadowy shapes drifting in and out of your field of vision lately? You may have floaters. Although floaters are usually harmless, they can be a sign of a serious eye condition in some cases. What...

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need to see an eye care provider? Many “silent” diseases, such as glaucoma and diabetes, can only be detected through regular eye exams. When these conditions are discovered earlier rather than later, they become easier to treat or manage, allowing for better...

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