Posts From November, 2015

Tips to Fight Winter Dry Eye

Winter is here. The holiday spirit is in the air – as is that winter chill, and most importantly your dry eyes are acting up again. They’re itching, burning, tearing, and just overall uncomfortable. Follow these tips to help fight that winter dry eye: Humidify The indoor heating during the winter months can cause severe […]


Restylane®: a Safe and Effective Treatment for Younger-looking Skin

If you’re looking for a great way to enhance your appearance, you might want to consider a dermal filler, such as Restylane. Restylane has been tested and approved by the FDA for safety and could be the answer to your wrinkles and other age-related changes. Restylane is made of a biodegradable, synthetic form of hyaluronic […]


Colorblindness

Color blindness, more accurately named color deficiency, is more common than you think. It is an inherited condition that affects males more frequently than females. An estimated 8 percent of males and less than 1 percent of females have color vision problems. Red-green color deficiency is the most common form of color blindness. What causes […]


The Connection between Glaucoma and High Eye Pressure

You may have heard that you have a higher risk of glaucoma if you have high pressure inside your eye. Even though people with normal eye pressure can develop glaucoma, it’s true that most people with the disease have elevated eye pressure. Glaucoma is a group of diseases that cause damage to the optic nerve, […]


The Harmful Effects of Blue Light

Several studies have shown the negative effects of blue light on our sleeping habits. What is blue light? Blue light is often emitted by many of the electronic devices we use in our daily lives. The glow of your smartphone, tablet, and computer has recently been found to mess with your sleep cycle. Recent studies […]


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