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Summertime Eye Care Tips

It is officially summertime. As we all know, the summer can take its toll on your eye. Increased sun exposure, pollen, allergies, chlorine in pools, and increased exposure to sunlight, are a few of many ways your eyes are overwhelmed during the summer months.

As we approach the 4th of July week, we thought we would offer these three quick summertime eye care tips to keep your eyes healthy!

What is Glaucoma? What Causes Glaucoma? How Is Glaucoma Treated?

What is Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve and is a leading cause of preventable blindness. Although there are many variations of the disease, glaucoma results in a specific pattern of optic nerve damage and visual field loss. Many variations of this disease are characterized by elevated intraocular pressure.

Common Vision Problems Discovered in an Eye Examination

Most Common Vision Problems and Treatments

As you age and your vision changes, we oftentimes attribute these fluctuations as part of growing older. While it is true that half of those who deal with visual struggles are ages 65 or older, many of the cases were preventable. The good news is that several treatments are available to slow the progression of diminished vision,

Children and Adults Looking at Computer Screens

Do You Suffer From Computer Vision Syndrome?

Our patients are increasingly dealing with Computer Vision Syndrome at an alarmingly fast rate.

It seems that computers have invaded every aspect of our lives. We have become dependent on smartphones for personal and professional use. Our success seems to depend on our almost continuous availability by phone, text, and email. When we’re not using our smartphones,

Eye care tips for winter

Its Wintertime. Here Are Some Eyecare Tips

Winter Eye Care Tips

Eat foods that are healthy for your eyes.

Wintertime and the holidays can tempt the best of us from eating healthy. Be sure to continue to eat plenty of leafy greens, colorful fruits and foods containing omega-3 fatty acids which are good for eye health.

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World Site Day 2021

Original Source | World Health Organization 

World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on vision impairment, including blindness. This year, World Sight Day will take place on October 14, 2021 with the theme: Love Your Eyes.

Woman Suffering From Eye Allergies

Finding Relief from Eye Allergies

Seasonal transitions can be tough for people who suffer from allergies!

For those who suffer from allergies, this time of year can be as brutal as it is a beautiful. Flowers are blooming, leaves are returning, and the grass is growing. As we know, this past winter in New England was a mild one. 

Back to School Glasses

Glasses Are More Necessary For the 2020 Back To School Season

This year, more than ever, glasses are necessary for the 2020 Back to School season, for those who need them.

If you’re a glasses wearer, getting the right pair of glasses is an essential piece of your back to school wardrobe. If you have been sporting the same pair for a while, it might be time for a new pair.

Woman Staring At A Computer Screen at Work

March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month

Staring at your computer screen, smartphone or other digital devices for long periods won’t cause permanent eye damage, but your eyes may feel dry and tired.

March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month! While consistently being on your computer will not permanently damage your vision, it can make your eyes feel irritated and fatigued.

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