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Posts filed under: Eye Health

Every year on June 27, we remind our patients, family, friends, and ourselves, that the best way to protect our eyes is to shade them with sunglasses. Apart from being a fashion accessory, sunglasses help to shield your eyes from...
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As the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread throughout the United States and the world, Drs. Dave and Cheryl Roell remind their patients to be extra vigilant in washing their hands before touching contact lenses to avoid contaminating the lenses....
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In the past six months, Drs. Cheryl and Dave Roell have seen an increase in retinal detachment cases with patients who also have high myopia (extreme nearsightedness) at their All About Eyes office in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. “I’ve...
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At one time or another, everyone is affected by red eyes. They happen when the tiny blood vessels in the white area of the eye, known as the sclera, become inflamed or “bloodshot.” But the reasons behind the red eyes...
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Yellow school buses, lunch boxes, and some fresh pencils and notebooks signal the start of a new school year for much of the United States this month. And to help students get the best start on their educations, All About...
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Every year on June 27, we here at All About Eyes celebrate National Sunglasses Day! It’s a time for us to remind our patients (and ourselves) about the benefits of wearing sunglasses while outside (year-round). Now that the weather has finally...
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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the central nervous system. It affects the brain, optic nerves, and spinal cord, which is why vision problems are often the first symptom of the disease. Inflammation — where parts of the body...
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In last month’s blog post on how a concussion affects vision, we discussed that having one pupil larger than the other is a cause for concern if you’ve recently suffered a concussion. This month, we’re going to take a deeper...
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The beginning of the new school year for high schoolers often means the start of driver’s education courses and getting permits for most teenagers. While most kids focus on passing the written portion exam for their permit, there’s another, equally...
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