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July 10th, 2017

Sunglasses for Dogs?

Humans wear sunglasses to reduce ultraviolet exposure—which can lead to age-related cataracts—to our eyes. Dogs, on the other hand, have a shorter life span and therefore don’t develop UV light damage in their eyes. Dogs still get cataracts, or blurry, clouded vision, but they’re either inherited, caused by diabetes, or develop because of continued lens growth […]

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July 3rd, 2017

What is Anisometropia?

Very few people are born with two eyes of identical optical power, but the brain manages to compensate and it’s usually unnoticeable. However, when a person has anisometropia, the difference in vision between their two eyes is significant and will interfere with normal binocular vision. In practice, they will see a smaller image in one […]

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June 20th, 2017

Flashes and Floaters

Over time, you might experience certain noticeable changes in your vision. This can happen at any time in your life but usually, occur around middle age. Two specific eye conditions that can occur are floaters and flashes. If you are unfamiliar with these conditions, it’s important to learn about them in case you experience them […]

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June 16th, 2017

What your Eyeglasses says about You

Because people generally recognize you by your face, the eyeglasses you choose to wear are a very real part of your identity. Whether you want to appear sophisticated, fun-loving, youthful, conservative or style-conscious, the right eyewear can help you shape how you are perceived. And if you choose to wear only one pair of eyeglasses […]

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June 6th, 2017

Fake Eyelashes

False eyelashes have made a comeback but with it comes health hazards that most women don’t think about, including damage to the cornea. The lust for lashes has reached an all-time high. Celebrities like Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, and Kristin Chenoweth promote the look. And when the ladies go out on the town, they also want […]

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