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4 Ways You Can Protect Your Eyes When You Have Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the United States, with over 28 million adults and children diagnosed. But what is truly frightening is that about seven million Americans unknowingly have diabetes and are not monitoring their blood sugar. Most people...

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The Three Different Kinds of Tears

Crying has so many negative connotations. Seen as a sign of weakness, tears are often dismissed as a useless and uncomfortable display of emotion. However, they’re more useful than you may know. Tears play an important role in overall eye health. They keep your vision...

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Recognizing the Signs of Chronic Dry Eye

In some cases, dry eyes can be caused by things like your environment or uncomfortable contacts. In other cases, it can be a chronic issue that is a sign of underlying health problems or bodily changes. If you can recognize the symptoms of dry eye, you can start to...

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3 Low Sugar, Diabetic Eye Care Friendly Desserts

Receiving a diagnosis of diabetes can be devastating, but it does not have to be a burden to live with. It is still possible to live a happy, vibrant life with diabetes. It just requires paying a little extra attention to your body and its needs. One of the first...

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3 Positive Lifestyle Changes to Improve Your Diabetic Eye Care

Diabetes has many adverse effects on a person’s life. It is a difficult condition and one that requires a lot of attention, however, it is not impossible to live with diabetes. One thing people with diabetes need to be particularly mindful of is their eye care. High...

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3 Nuisances You Can Forget About After LASIK

There are some things that we hate saying goodbye to - friends before a big move, your childhood home before it’s sold, and of course summer. Then there are some things we cannot wait to bid farewell. You can count the hassles of glasses and contacts among that list...

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Are You Really Too Busy For An Eye Exam?

The average eye exam takes about 30 minutes to an hour depending on a person’s unique health situation. Getting an eye exam once a year is probably the best thing you can do for your preventative eye care, but many people fail to go not just once a year, but every two...

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6 Myths About LASIK Eye Surgery

LASIK eye surgery has been performed on millions of Americans. Freedom from glasses and contacts provide people the ability to easily participate in a range of activities. Not everyone is a candidate for LASIK. For those who are candidates, deciding whether it’s for...

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