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What Should You Do If You Scratch Your Eye?
Do you know what to do if you scratch your eye? It can be easy to scratch your eye–you may poke your eye on accident, a foreign object may blow into your eye, or get trapped under your eyelid. If you close your eyes and the pain does not subside and continues to burn after several minutes, you may have a corneal abrasion. What is a Corneal Abrasion? The cornea is the clear protective, outer layer of your eye and helps to focus light into your eye. When the cornea becomes scratched or scraped, the injury is called a cornealRead More
Spooky Eye Tips
Fall is here! Though eye safety is important all year, around the fall holidays parties and traditions can pose some special ocular hazards for you and your loved ones. Many eye injuries or ailments occur every year during October, and unfortunately, most are preventable. To help keep your vision sharp and safe this month, we want to share our spooktacular eye care tips!Read More
Healthy Eyes As You Age
Did you know that 1 in 6 Americans over the age of 65 struggle with a vision impairment that cannot be corrected with prescription eyewear? Though vision impairments can occur at any age, as we get older, our risk for vision loss increases as we age, and certain conditions are more common in older adults. September is Healthy Aging Month and during the month we’d like to focus on a few healthy practices to help you preserve your vision as you age. How Aging Affects Your Vision When we think of aging and our eyes, wrinkles, dark circles, and bagsRead More