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Am I Nearsighted or Farsighted?

Am I Nearsighted or Farsighted?

Nearsightedness and farsightedness are two of the most common eye refractive errors out there. These irregularities damage the eye's ability to focus light properly. For one to see clearly, light must be refracted through the cornea to focus on the retina located at the back of the eye. Blurred vision occurs when these light rays entering the eye fail to focus correctly on the retina.

Top Spring Allergy Tips for Healthy Eyes

Top Spring Allergy Tips for Healthy Eyes

Springtime is such a relief. The colder weather and overcast winter give way to sparkling blue skies, warm weather, and blooming plants. But with the beautiful blooms come the pollen and the itchy, watery eyes of allergies.

Workplace Eye Wellness Month: Protect Those Eyes!

Workplace Eye Wellness Month: Protect Those Eyes!

March is workplace eye safety and health month! Various situations can cause eye injury or damage while at work. While some might be hard to prevent, most of them only need you to take precautionary measures.

5 Ways to Prevent Macular Degeneration and Blurred Vision

5 Ways to Prevent Macular Degeneration and Blurred Vision

A survey conducted across America to investigate the people’s most significant health fears found vision loss to be among the top four fears, even higher than the loss of speech and memory. Seeing this, people should then do all they can to keep their eyes healthy and prevent some common eye diseases.

Top 10 Tips to Save Your Vision

Top 10 Tips to Save Your Vision

Estimates suggest that more than 20 million Americans live with severe vision loss. Although it’s impossible to prevent every eye problem and disease, there are things that you can do to help keep your eyes healthy and in good condition, reducing your risk of experiencing vision loss in the future.

How Much is Your Vision Worth?

How Much is Your Vision Worth?

If you’ve been told that you need to wear prescription lenses to be able to see clearly, you’ll probably at least start out wearing glasses rather than contact lenses.

Why the 20-20-20 Rule Is Important for Eye Health

Why the 20-20-20 Rule Is Important for Eye Health

Staying home to work and study has become necessary because of the current pandemic situation. Since everything has to be done through online means hours of screen time are becoming an issue.

Sign and Symptoms of Dry Eyes

Sign and Symptoms of Dry Eyes

More than 16 million people in the United States suffer from dry eye disease. This condition occurs when your tears are unstable and can’t provide adequate lubrication for your eyes.

4 Common Fall Eye Problems

4 Common Fall Eye Problems

Autumn differs from the bright warm summer days. In the fall, the weather is cold, the air dry, and dust particles from decomposing leaves are all over. The days are short, and the nights are long.

Why Back-to-School Eye Exams are Important for Learning

Why Back-to-School Eye Exams are Important for Learning

Vision doesn’t just happen; it develops over time. When we are born, our vision continues to develop and as we grow, our brains learn how to use our eyes to see in much the same way as it learns to use our legs to walk, or our mouth to talk. If we experience a vision problem that isn’t diagnosed and treated, our brain learns to accommodate them and find a way around them.

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