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As we round out the holiday season with a festive time of celebration to welcome the new year, you might find yourself starting to plan your new year’s resolutions. Resolutions have been a popular New Year’s tradition for a long time, with participants making vows
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Our eyes are made up of several complex systems all working in harmony to give us sight, and even the tiniest of complications within the anatomy of the eye can cause vision problems, irritation, and other annoying side effects that most of us just don’t
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The month of December is most often associated with the Holidays and a season of giving. Most of us probably still think fondly back to the feeling of waking up on Christmas morning and getting excited as you see the presents under the tree. But
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Another summer and fall have come and gone, but it seems as though the insects that live around us are always here to stay. Sure, you might see less of them during the winter, but the presence of all kinds of bugs will always be
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Being a vision care professional is about more than just treating illnesses and injuries, it’s about having the patient’s best interests in mind. Being focused on patient care means remembering that all your patients are people, and tailoring your care to their particular needs, expectations
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Those that wear glasses know that once you wear the same pair of glasses for long enough they start to become part of your identity. Those around you would agree that they make you more easily recognizable. But how long is too long? At what
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Good vision health practices are an important part of keeping your eyesight healthy for as long as possible, and it is never too late to make a healthy vision a top priority in your life. In fact, the beginning of a new year is the
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Diabetic eye diseases like diabetic retinopathy affect nearly 8 million Americans, with that number being projected to rise to 14 million by the year 2050. Diabetic retinopathy specifically is the most common cause of blindness among adults in the United States. Diabetic Eye Disease Month is all
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It is common knowledge nowadays that smoking has all kinds of adverse health effects, including adverse effects on the eyes. But, the question has lingered among the medical and scientific communities since the start of its trend a couple years ago on how exactly vaping
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Eye pressure buildup can be a painful and irritating experience. Anyone who’s familiar with eye pressure will tell you that it can ruin your motivation just as fast as a headache or a toothache. But often times it’s unclear where this uncomfortable feeling is coming
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