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Are There Symptoms With Diabetic Retinopathy?

Diabetic retinopathy is a risk for anyone with diabetes. When blood sugar levels are high for a long time, the blood vessels in the retina can become cut off from the rest of the body. This causes the vessels to swell, leak, and become weak. When the retina suffers damaged, it can cause vision loss. […]


World Sight Day is October 8th

October 8th marks the 20th World Sight Day. This is an event held annually on the second Thursday in October by the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, or IAPB. World Sight Day (WSD) is observed in countries all over the world. The goal of the day is to promote awareness and advocate for […]


What Cosmetic Surgery Is Right For Me?

As far as facial features go, your eyes are some of the most seen by others. When you’re not happy with the way your eyes look, it can start to affect your confidence. One of the biggest cosmetic issues people often have with their eyes is with their eyelids. Whether it’s due to a chronic […]


Healthy Aging Month

September is Healthy Aging Month, as recognized by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. There’s more than one component of healthy aging. Your mental and physical health is, of course, the main area of focus. But a big part of your physical health is dependent on your vision. There are several eye-related conditions that can come […]


Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

In August, the American Academy of Ophthalmology observes Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month. As the summer comes to an end and the school year begins, it’s important to make sure your child is healthy and safe. Besides yearly pediatrician’s appointments, it’s also a good time for an annual eye exam. If your child is […]


UV Safety Month

July is UV Safety Month. You should practice UV safety all year, but it’s especially important during the summer. Why? Because the primary source of UV radiation is sunlight. This is something that’s more abundant during the summer. Being aware of the dangers of UV radiation and how to protect yourself is of the utmost […]


5 Signs You May Have Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eye syndrome, or chronic dry eye, is a very common condition. It frequently affects older individuals and women going hormonal changes like menopause. It can also occur as a result of environmental changes, poor nutrition, or as a side effect from another medical condition. The good news is, most cases of dry eye are […]


Healthy Vision Month

May is traditionally Healthy Vision Month, as recognized by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. May is the end of spring, and a time when we start thinking about summer plans. The sunny weather that comes with this time of year means you need to be extra careful about protecting your eyes. It’s also a time […]


Why You Should Take A Break From The Screens

With how popular screens have become in modern society, you’ve heard that too much screen time is bad for your health. It’s true that spending most of your day staring at a screen can negatively affect your health, especially your eyes. But since so many people rely on screens not only for entertainment but for […]


What To Know About COVID-19

Whether you’re on social media, reading your local newspaper, or talking to a family member, it’s likely that COVID-19 will come up. Although it’s a constant topic of conversation, it’s important to stay informed and know what you can do to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and how to protect yourself. Keep reading to learn […]


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