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  • Risks of Contact Lens Misuse
    We all know that we shouldn't sleep in our contact lenses.  As the body’s only transparent tissue, the cornea gets its oxygen solely from the air. That means that when Read more
  • December is Tomato and Winter Squash Month
    Tomatoes are high in Vitamin C, which has been shown in some studies to help slow the progression of cataracts. It’s also a great way to help fight the winter Read more
  • The Importance of Diabetic Eye Exams
    Many diabetic patients are vigilant about keeping good blood sugar, exercising, and watching their diet, but studies show that 60% fail to seek potentially sight saving annual eye exams.  This Read more
  • A High Fat Diet and Macular Degeneration
    New studies show that your diet may control the fate of your macular degernation (AMD) in more ways than we previously thought.  Scientists have known for years that good nutrition Read more
  • Use It or Lose It
    It's Thanksgiving already, the end of the year is almost here! If you have a medical Flexible Spending Account through your employer, it is important to know when your benefits Read more
  • What color are green or blue eyes?
    Did you know there is no such thing as green or blue eyes. Neither blue nor green pigments are ever present in the human iris or ocular fluid. Rather, eye Read more
  • Crocodile Tears?
    Did you know that newborns cannot cry? Some might call it Crocodile Tears. They make crying sounds, but the tears don’t start flowing until they are about 1 to 3 Read more
  • Why is there no Beta-Carotene in AREDS2?
    Physicians often recommend AREDS2 formula supplements like Preservision for patients with age-related retinal diseases. When examining the formulas, you will notice many of the common nutrients and vitamins that are Read more
  • Vision Correction Without Surgery
    Are you tired of wearing glasses but don't want surgery? We fit Ortho-K lenses! Click here for more info: http://ow.ly/oAGp305W4lZ Read more
  • Pumpkins Aren't Only For Decorations
    Did you know one of your favorite fall icons actually has excellent nutritional benefits to your eyes.  Pumpkins aren't just for decorations any longer.  They contain high levels of beta-carotene Read more
  • Cat Scratch Fever
    Cat Scratch Disease, colloquially known as Cat Scratch Fever, is an infection by the organism Bartonella Henselae.  It is usually transmitted to a human by a feline host which in Read more
  • Can an Online Eye Test Replace an Exam by Your Eye Doctor?
         The idea of being able to get a new glasses prescription without making an appointment to see an eye doctor may sound appealing, but is this really a good Read more
  • Young Child Eye Safety
    A new study performed by Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, shows that young children in the toddler age-group are the people most likely to suffer chemical burns Read more
  • The Best Lenses for Eye Safety
    Trivex material lenses are beneficial as they are lightweight, have UV protection and are impact resistant. This material is ideal for children, and anyone else who is concerned with eye Read more
  • Hydrogen Peroxide Based Contact Lens Solutions
    If you are a patient who uses a contact lens solution containing hydrogen peroxide, there are many safety precautions that need to be followed.  Hydrogen peroxide based solutions used as Read more
  • Do's and Dont's for Eye Makeup Safety
    DO consider the shelf-life of the products you use. Cosmetics have expiration dates, and not following them could result in infections from bacteria buildup.DON'T share your makeup or brushes with Read more

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