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A window to your health

The average adult eye ball is 22 to 25 mm long. Despite their small size, our eyes can tell doctors a lot about our health. In fact, your retina – the nervous tissue that lines the inside of your eyes, is the only place in your body where your blood vessels can be seen directly!… Read More


Living in a digital world – how to protect your eyes

Digital devices use have become so ingrained in our everyday life. From reading text messages on our cell phones, to reading emails on the computer, to watching television as we wind down for the day. While these devices do not cause permanent damage to our eyes, they will cause eye fatigue and strain, and dry… Read More


How Aging Affects Your Eyes

Aging is inevitable. Often times, with age comes wisdom…and a whole host of other interesting, but not necessarily fun things. Below are a few possible facts of life as we age: Trouble reading When we are under the age of 40, the natural lenses found in our eyes are flexible and allow us to focus… Read More


Studies Look at Effects of Marijuana on Vision

Are marijuana’s effects on vision good or bad? Two new studies suggest there isn’t one easy answer, and neither one considers long-term impacts. Original article from American Academy of Ophthalmology Written By: Celia Vimont Reviewed By: Raj K Maturi MD Published: Feb. 28, 2017 One study of tadpoles suggests marijuana may enhance night vision, while a human… Read More


Phakic Intraocular Lenses for Nearsightedness

(Original post from https://www.aao.org/eye-health/news/phakic-intraocular-lenses-nearsightedness ) Written by: Celia Vimont Reviewed by: Jeffrey Whitman MD OCS Feb. 27, 2017 For people who are unable to have LASIK or similar laser vision correction surgery to treat their nearsightedness, there is another option: implanting an intraocular lens. A recent study found the Phakic intraocular lens (IOL) has been… Read More


6 Common Causes Of Eye Pain

When eye pain occurs, it can be so excruciating that daily activities become difficult. Not only does eye pain hurt and ache, but it can also have an underlying cause that may be serious. Therefore, it’s important to understand the root cause of the pain and know when to seek out professional medical attention. Painful… Read More


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