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May is Healthy Vision Month — What’s Your Vision of the Future?
Many people see the doctor every year for a physical. Most of us also schedule regular visits to the dentist to get our teeth cleaned. But what about our eyes? It’s important to take care of your eyes — just like you take care of the rest of our body! Healthy Vision Month is the perfect time to learn how to protect your eyes — and to spread the word about simple steps we can take now to prevent vision loss later. This year, we’re encouraging young adults ages 25 to 35 to make vision a priority for years toRead More
Astigmatism: It’s Simpler Than it Sounds
In the medical field, sometimes it feels like the more confusing the word is, the simpler the condition. For example, you most definitely suffered from sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia at some point in your childhood, though your friends called it something different. Astigmatism is just like that. Despite the confusing name, it really just means your eye is not as perfectly round as it should be. By the way, sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia? It means brain freeze. Cornea and Lens In a perfect world, ice cream would never hurt you and the shape of your eye would be symmetrically round. When we say theRead More
How Seasonal Allergies Affect Your Eyes
The spring season is notorious for causing some people a lot of misery. Itchy, watery, and painful eyes can make the prettiest time of year the most dreadful. However, there is good news for those of you who suffer from seasonal allergies- relief is possible. Why You’re Eyes Hate Spring If your eyes overreact when pollen starts falling, you probably suffer from a condition called allergic conjunctivitis or ocular allergy. It happens when something you’re allergic to affects the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva is the membrane that covers your eye and eyelid. The reason your eyes turn red, itchy, watery andRead More