Category Archives: Eye Conditions

How Exercise is Good for Your Eyes

For years, we’ve heard that exercise will help us burn body fat. Cardiovascular exercise like riding a bike, elliptical, or dancing some jazzercise is revered for its heart-healthy benefits. While we know that hitting the gym or the yoga mat can strengthen our muscles and give us more stamina, we may overlook the value of […]



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Our Use of Digital Devices Needs Attention

Digital devices are the norm in today’s society. We’ve become so accustomed to using computers and cell phones, in fact, that we may easily overlook the effect that our devices have on our general eye health. According to statistics, approximately 90 percent of people experience eye strain related to digital devices. Studies have also suggested […]


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Do I Need to See a Doctor for Pink Eye?

Pink eye, formally referred to as conjunctivitis, is one of the most common conditions to affect people of all ages. It is estimated that 3 million people get pink eye each year. Most of them are school-aged. Now that school is back in session, parents are wise to buff up their awareness of this eye […]


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Your Near Vision is Blurry: Now What?

Throughout most of our early adulthood, many people have no idea whatsoever about what may be in store for their eyes. However, age has a way of affecting all parts of the body. The eyes are not exempt from this. At some point, what happens to most of us is that we realize we can’t […]


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How Astigmatism is Affecting Your Eyes

Usually, when vision loses clarity and labels, and street signs are no longer easy to read, people say they are nearsighted, or they are farsighted. It’s as if there is no in-between; you’re either one or the other. There is something more than these two common vision complaints: astigmatism. This refractive error may be easy […]




What Are Those Annoying Specks and Spots?

Although they seem strange and may even be alarming, the truth is seven out of ten people experience some version of eye floaters during their lifetime. Floaters are those little black, squiggly or flickering spots in your eyes that seem to disappear when you try to look directly at them. All floaters occur in the […]



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