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May 26th, 2017

Visible and Invisible Light to Our Eyes

The human eye is one of the body’s smallest organs. However, it has over 100 million tiny cells. These cells are known as rods and cones. The rods help people see vision in low light. The cones help you see the world in color. There is visible light and invisible light. An Overview of Visible […]

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May 12th, 2017

Night Time Driving Tips

If you are an older driver, what can you do to keep yourself and loved ones safe on the road at night? First, assess your ability to drive safely. Also, take these steps: Make sure you visit an eye care professional at least once every two years, or even more frequently if you have a […]

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May 1st, 2017

Dilated Eye Exam

A thorough, dilated exam allows your ophthalmologist to do a complete exam of the retina, and that is important to do throughout your life, as several eye diseases and conditions are detected at their earliest stages during a thorough eye exam: Diabetes Eye tumors High blood pressure Infectious diseases Macular degeneration Retinal detachment Vasculitis Glaucoma […]

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April 24th, 2017

Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is performed to remove excess fat and skin from the eyelids. If you want to get this procedure, then it is important to make sure that you get it done for the right reasons. This is something that you will want to discuss with your physician first. How Much Does This […]

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April 14th, 2017

Eye Jaundice

Intra-hepatic and post-hepatic jaundice are more common in middle-aged and elderly people than in the young. Pre-hepatic jaundice can affect people of all ages, including children. Certain lifestyle changes may help prevent jaundice. For example, maintaining a healthy weight, not drinking too much alcohol, and minimising your risk of hepatitis, will all help. Read more…

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