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    Living with Low Vision

    People of all ages are visually impaired, but the majority of people living with low vision are 65 and older. Low vision can be extremely frustrating to live with, because affected people may have had great vision their entire lives up until a certain age. The traumatic deterioration can lead to depression.Low vision is a significant visual impairment that can not be completely corrected with corrective lenses, medicine, or surgery.   Read More

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    7 Ways To Relieve Computer Eyestrain

    A significant amount of computer users deal with eyestrain or other negative vision symptoms. Computer vision syndrome (CVS) occurs as a result of staring at a computer for large portions of time. Common symptoms associated with CVS include headaches, blurred vision, neck and shoulder pain, and dry eyes.You may not be able to avoid staring into a computer screen while at work, but here are seven different ways to relieve CVS.Eye ExamGet an eye exam to examine your eye health regarding computer u...  Read More

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    Types of Eyeglass Lenses

    Most people think that once they choose the frames they want, the process of picking out a pair of eyeglasses is over. In the past, people only had to determine if they wanted plastic or glass frames, because there were not many other options. Today, there are numerous lenses and coatings to choose from, and it is important to know your options when determining which lenses to buy.High Index Lens Material.If you are interested in wearing lighter and thinner lenses, then this is the lens choice f...  Read More

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    Pink Eye: What You Should Know

    Conjunctivitis, more commonly known as pink eye, occurs when there is inflammation of the clear membrane that lies over the white surface of the eye and lines the inner surface of the eyelids. Pink eye is often caused by a bacterial or viral infection.Signs & SymptomsThe most obvious sign of pink eye is the red or pink discoloration of the eye (hence the name), that is caused by inflammation in the conjunctival blood vessels within the eye. Different symptoms occur depending on the type of p...  Read More

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