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FAQ: Computer Vision Syndrome

FAQ: Computer Vision Syndrome

What is computer vision syndrome? Computer vision syndrome, or CVS, is the discomfort or symptoms caused by focusing on a computer or technological device for a long and uninterrupted time. Common symptoms include: Headaches Loss of Focus Burning Eyes Tired eyes Red...

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Don’t Wait For Symptoms

Don’t Wait For Symptoms

Many people with medical eye diseases don't show symptoms immediately, but with an underlying disease, the damage is already underway. Regular comprehensive eye exams are essential in diagnosing eye diseases early. Comprehensive Eye Exams Diagnose Medical Eye Disease...

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Your Guide to Choosing the Perfect Eyewear

Your Guide to Choosing the Perfect Eyewear

Many people with medical eye diseases don't show symptoms immediately, but with an underlying disease, the damage is already underway. Regular comprehensive eye exams are essential in diagnosing eye diseases early. Comprehensive Eye Exams Diagnose Medical Eye Disease...

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5 Reasons Eye Exams Are Important

5 Reasons Eye Exams Are Important

Your eyes allow you to interact with the world around you every day and are a vital part of your daily life. By taking care of your eyes today, you are ensuring you will see your best for years to come. Let’s take a closer look at five reasons why routine eye exams...

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Computer Vision Syndrome: Eye Strain

Computer Vision Syndrome: Eye Strain

According to The Vision Council, 65% of adults experience some form of computer vision syndrome. Often individuals associate eye strain as a “normal” part of computer work. However, the eye strain you are experiencing is a symptom of computer vision syndrome and can...

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Why You Need Multiple Pairs

Why You Need Multiple Pairs

Thanks to our busy lives, multiple hobbies, and all the activities in between, having multiple pairs of eyewear handy is a necessity. Even contact lens wearers should have alternative pairs of eyewear. But some of us still haven’t jumped on that bandwagon. If you’re...

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Vision Changes As You Age

Vision Changes As You Age

As we age, our bodies experience declines in overall performance, including the performance of our eyes. The age-related vision changes become more noticeable as we reach age 60 and older. Some vision changes are entirely normal and do not indicate disease, whereas...

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Questions about Dry Eye?

Questions about Dry Eye?

Dry eyes can be situational (dry airplane air, air-conditioning, wind/smoke exposure or looking at a computer screen for a few hours), aging (similar to arthritis), certain medical conditions (diabetes, RA, lupus, Sjogren's, thyroid), certain medications...

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Eye Safety In The Home

Eye Safety In The Home

Have you thought about eye safety in your home? Over 2.4 million eye injuries each year in the United States. Experts say wearing safety glasses and taking a few common-sense precautions can prevent or reduce the severity of eye injuries. Common causes of eye injury...

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What is a Diabetic eye exam?

What is a Diabetic eye exam?

What is a Diabetic eye exam? How does diabetes affect your eyes?? Patients with diabetes can develop damage in the back of their eyes, specifically in their retinas. Blood vessels in diabetics become weak, fragile, and leaky due to high blood sugar. In the retina and...

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