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5 Causes of Dry Eyes and How To Manage the Symptoms

There could be many different explanations for why you keep experiencing dry eyes. Many people find that their eyes are especially dry after spending a long day working at their computer. Others have seasonal allergies to blame for their dry eyes. Here are five causes...

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Are Digital Devices Ruining Your Eyes?

Did you know that the average American spends five hours a day on their mobile device? And most Americans spend their days working on a laptop or computer. It is unclear what effect this kind of screen time will ultimately have but it does put you at greater risk for...

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The Ultimate LASIK Cheat Sheet

LASIK surgery is a popular vision correction surgery that has been around since 1989. Those who have had the procedure know how freeing it is to be rid of their glasses or contacts. But the procedure is still misunderstood by many people who either don’t know much...

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4 Conditions that Can Be Identified With Yearly Eye Exams

Many people don’t understand why it’s important to have yearly eye exams. Sometimes people don’t think it’s necessary if they don’t wear glasses or contacts. And often people believe that if there was a problem they would notice it. Unfortunately, this is not always...

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5 Things You May Not Know About Cataracts

We are always surprised by how unfamiliar many patients are with cataracts. Even though it is a fairly common eye disease, most patients know almost nothing about the risk factors and warning signs of cataracts. Cataracts develop when proteins form in your eyes,...

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5 Ways to Prevent Dry Eyes

Dry eyes are just a fact of life for many people but have you ever wondered what causes them? Dry eyes occur when your eyes can’t produce enough tears and can be a result of aging, certain medications, and various medical conditions like diabetes and thyroid...

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