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March 10, 2021
Studies suggest that around 50 million U.S. adults experience allergies every year, and many of these people find that their allergies affect their eyes. Allergies occur when the body identifies a usually harmless substance as being dangerous and releases chemicals to fight against it. These chemicals cause the symptoms that we most commonly associate with allergies.
February 28, 2021
Daily disposable contacts are single-use contact lenses that allow users to dispose of them after a day’s use. As a user, you get to start each day with a fresh pair of contacts. It is important, however, to understand that they are not the same as regular disposable contacts.
January 31, 2021
At this time, there are no cures for macular degeneration. But, vision therapy and other treatments helps to slow the disease’s progression if diagnosed early. You may also take steps toward securing your eye health by eating healthy meals, taking vitamin supplements, and not smoking.
December 23, 2020
With winter in full swing, it becomes crucial to pay attention to your health more than ever. The drop in temperatures can bring about various illnesses, such as the common cold, flu, and strep throat. And just like your skin, your eyes can also be affected by the chilly and crisp, dry air. Here’s the reason why your dry eyes can get worse in the winter.
November 18, 2020
Most adults understand the importance of having their eyes checked once a year. This is especially crucial as they get older, considering that’s when they could develop an age-related problem like glaucoma and cataracts. However, pediatric eye exams are also essential.
October 28, 2020
If you and your children love dressing up and going out during Halloween, you need to make sure that you are safe in every way. Over the years, many eye injuries have been reported due to Halloween activities. Whether you plan to be with your kids and go to a Halloween party or to go “trick-or-treating” with them, there are some important tips to ensure that you all remain safe.
August 13, 2020
When it comes to getting your kids ready to go back to school, there are lots of different things to consider. From new clothes and equipment to fitting their preferred extracurriculars into your busy schedule, the list of priorities can seem a little overwhelming. However, one thing that you must make time for is a trip to the eye doctor.