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  • Nutrition and Your Eyes

    As you’ve probably heard, carrots are good for your eyes. Technically, they can’t give you superhero-quality eyesight like you may have been told when you were young, but they do contain ingredients that are instrumental in protecting your vision and overall health. Carrots are rich in beta-carotene

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  • Not Just Helmets and Pads: Adequate Protection Helps You Avoid Sports-Related Eye Injuries

    Sprains, bruises and fractures are not the only types of injuries that can plague athletes. Eye injuries occur in a variety of sports, and often have very serious consequences. Wearing eye protection can prevent most of these injuries, yet too often athletes choose to go without this important piece

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  • Managing Your Family's Eye Health

    Managing your family’s eye health is a big responsibility, especially in large households with many generations. You want each member of your family to enjoy the benefits of good eyesight throughout their entire lives. Eye care needs change throughout life, with children requiring different care than

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  • Is My Headache Caused by Vision Problems?

    Everyone experiences headaches sometimes, but how do you know if the pain is being caused by a vision issue? As it turns out, headaches are seldom caused primarily by poor vision, but eye strain or blurred vision can worsen an existing headache. For patients who aren't sure whether their eyesight is

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  • How Did I Get a Stye?

    A stye, medically known as a hordeolum, appears in the eyelid area as a red pimple-like bump, and is usually tender or painful. Styes typically occur near the lash line (external hordeolum), but can also appear on the underside of the eyelid (internal hordeolum). In addition to the telltale lump, a stye

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