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Low vision is a visual impairment where you find yourself still struggling to read, watch television, recognize people, shop, and so on, after you’ve gotten corrective lenses (i.e., eyeglasses or contacts), taken medication, and/or have had surgery for cataracts, etc....
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Our eyes help us to see our world and to experience it from birth to death. As our bodies grow and change through the ages, so too, does our vision. Newborns to One Year Babies can clearly see about 8-12...
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Diabetes is a disease where there is too much sugar or glucose in the bloodstream. This condition can lead to a variety of health problems for those who have been diagnosed, including issues with vision that can lead to blindness...
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October is a month in the eye-health world for creating awareness on how important healthy vision is for everyone. According to the International Agency on the Prevention of Blindness, at least 2.2 billion people globally have a vision impairment that...
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“You are what you eat.” We’ve heard this proverb for a while now. Turns out that it’s true! When it comes to eating for the health of your eyes, there are a few key vitamins and essential nutrients to focus...
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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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October is Down syndrome awareness month! All About Eyes offers specialty eyewear for our patients with Down syndrome, and we also cater to their special needs during eye exams. Down syndrome, named for the English physician John Langdon Down, who...
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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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Smoking. It’s not just bad for your lungs, heart, and pretty much every organ in your body according to the Centers for Disease Control, but it’s detrimental for your eyes, too. In addition to increased risks of heart and lung...
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