Dealing with Age-related Macular Degeneration

Your eyesight is a precious thing and as you age it is important to be diligent about preservation. The leading cause of blindness, among older Americans, is Macular Degeneration.

What is Macular Degeneration?

Your eye is a complex organ, made up of many parts. At the back of the eye is the retina.

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Don't Let Glaucoma Steal Your Vision

If you knew that a yearly investigation of your property would prevent a thief from carrying off your valuables, would you investigate? Of course you would, we all would. Well a yearly eye exam can prevent a different kind of thief from stealing your vision. Glaucoma, one of the leading causes of

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Crosslinking and Keratoconus

Have you been experiencing a sudden change in vision, or double vision when you’re looking at something with one eye? Do objects appear distorted? Have you been having trouble driving, or seeing what appear to be halos around lights? It’s time to bring these concerns up to your Ophthalmologist, as

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Healthy Diet Options for Your Eyes

As glaucoma and cataracts become the main cause of vision loss and blindness, eye health is becoming a subject of increasing research. The American Academy of Ophthalmology estimates that ARMD, or age-related macular degeneration, has resulted in the blindness of over one million people worldwide,

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Summer Eye Care Tips: Protecting Your Eyes During Summer

The hazy days of summer bring long pool days, outdoor activities and beach excursions. These beloved activities are a warm welcome after winter, but summer can also be an obstacle course for your health. Sunscreen offers protection for skin, but what about protection for one of the most precious

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