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Vision and the Great Outdoors

30 minutes of daily outdoor physical activity reduces the advancement of nearsightedness

  It has long been known that daily physical activity is good for children, but now there’s a significant reason to make sure they get outside for that activity: healthier vision. A recent study conducted by researches in Beijing, China, found that 30 minutes of daily outdoor physical activity reduces the advancement of nearsightedness. Nearsightedness, […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Cataracts

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Is your vision not as clear as it used to be? If things look blurry or hazy, cataracts could be to blame. Even though cataracts are one of the most common causes of vision loss in adults 40+, most adults are unaware of the condition and the factors that put their sight at risk. Cataracts, […]

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Kids Eye Exams: What to Expect

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Are your child’s eyes ready to start back to school? Even if you think your child has good vision, an eye exam should be on the top of their supply list. Below are a few things you should know before you schedule your child’s eye exam. Why are eye exams important for kids? Did you […]

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10 Things You Need to Know About Glaucoma

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You may have heard of glaucoma, but how familiar are you with this eye disease? Often, glaucoma is misunderstood. Here are 10 facts about the eye disease you need to know: 1. Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness It is estimated that three million Americans have the disease, but only half know they […]

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Glaucoma 101

As the second leading cause of blindness, glaucoma is a common eye disease that is often difficult to detect and slow to develop. It is important to have regular eye exams to maintain the health of your eyes.   What is glaucoma and what causes it? Glaucoma is a slow process of fluid building up […]

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