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Eye Care

Navigate Eye Safety with Clarity

In the whirlwind of everyday life, it’s easy to overlook the well-being of our eyes. Whether we’re fixated on screens, soaking up the sun’s rays, or engaged in the intensity of a pickleball match, our eyes are constantly in the line of fire. Our eyes, though resilient, are vulnerable to a multitude of hazards that

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Eye Care

Eye Exams Don’t Have to be Scary 

Want to hear something really scary? Forty percent of people at high risk for eye disease did not have an eye exam last year! That includes adults with diabetes, those with existing vision and eye problems, and seniors age 65 and older. That amounts to nearly 93 million adults in the US, or about 4 in 10. 

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Eye Care

The Eye Doctor’s Guide to Healthy Vision 

Sight is universally considered our most valued sensory experience. Most people acknowledge that good vision is essential to function well in today’s world. But what exactly is ‘healthy vision’? A good place to start may be to describe what healthy vision is NOT in order to recognize the visual warning signs that should never be ignored.

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Eye Care

Top Reasons You May Not Be Seeing Clearly 

The truth is, there can be many explanations for your blurry vision. From refractive errors to dry eye or even the beginnings of eye disease, many conditions start out with similar symptoms. Learn more about why your vision might be changing and the importance of seeing your eye doctor.

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Eye Care

Sunshine for Vision and Health

Direct sunlight on the skin can synthesize Vitamin D in as little as 15 minutes. Vitamin D supports absorption of minerals like calcium and phosphorus that help regulate the immune system.  Moderate amounts of sun also help contribute to the development of better distance vision for teens and young adults according to the latest studies.  

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Eye Care

Slay the (Eye) Strain

Digital eye strain occurs when viewing electronic devices like computers, cellphones and tv’s for long periods. Digital screens emit significant amounts of blue light, short wavelengths on the color spectrum that scatter freely and are not easily focused. This creates a visual “noise” of low contrast that contributes to strain.    

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