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The Role of Sleep in Maintaining Eye Health

Eye health is a critical aspect of our general wellbeing, often overlooked until issues arise. Our eyes allow us to interact, understand, and engage with our surroundings.

Why are Comprehensive Eye Exams Better than School Vision Screenings?

Our eyes are integral to our everyday tasks and professional lives. Maintaining optimum eye health is essential.

Why Is UV Protection Important in Sunglasses?

Most people focus on style, fit, and lens color when choosing sunglasses. However, one crucial factor that you must never overlook is UV protection.

You Have Cataracts - Now What?

For many, having refractive errors like nearsightedness and farsightedness is bad enough. Imagine, then, the frustration of others who learn they have cataracts. Studies suggest that more than half of Americans over 80 years have cataracts or have undergone cataract surgery.

When Should My Child First See an Eye Doctor?

As a parent, you want your little bundle of joy to start well in life. One of the essential aspects of this is their eye health.

Benefits of Designer Eyewear

More than 200 million American adults rely on some form of vision correction, including reading glasses, prescription glasses, and contact lenses.

Signs Your Child Has Myopia

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is an eye condition that commonly affects children. The vision problem causes distant objects to look blurry while those close appear clear. It occurs when light does not focus on your retina but in front of it.

Wet vs. Dry Macular Degeneration: What's the Difference?

Macular degeneration is a common eye condition that affects your center of vision. It makes it difficult to recognize faces, drive, or do work that requires detail. It usually affects people over the age of 60, making it one of the most prevalent causes of loss of eyesight in that demographic.

Warning Signs of Glaucoma

One of the main factors contributing to permanent blindness in the U.S. is glaucoma. Over 3 million Americans, including 2.7 million people over 40, suffer from glaucoma. While it can strike anyone, older people are more likely to develop glaucoma. Most glaucoma variants show no symptoms at all.

What Is Orthokeratology (Ortho-k)?

Prescription glasses and contact lenses help correct refractive errors like nearsightedness and farsightedness. However, most people suffering from these problems prefer to improve their vision without such corrective devices. Fortunately, this is possible through orthokeratology. Read on to learn more.

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