Posts From January, 2016

The Facts About Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a condition that damages your eye’s optic nerve and gets worse over time, often resulting in vision loss and blindness. It involves increased pressure which can damage the optic nerve. With early detection and treatment, however, there are often ways to protect your eyes against vision loss. How is glaucoma detected? One of […]


Your Child’s “Red Eye” in Photos is a Good Thing!

  The red eyes that you often see in photos are called a ‘red reflex’, are caused by the reflection of light off they eye’s retina. You’ll be surprised to learn that some ocular cancers can be detected from the missing red reflex in a photo! A sign of concern is seeing a white reflex […]


Your Eyes After 40

After you enter your 40’s, you may notice changes in your vision. Here’s a look at the types of conditions you may experience as you enter this stage of your life: Presbyopia. You may start to have difficulty focusing on objects up close, including when you read or work at your computer. This is called […]


A Healthy Diet for Healthy Eyes

Nutrition plays a vital role in not only our overall health, but the health of our eyes as well. Vitamins and antioxidants found in a variety of foods can help maintain healthy eyes and fight ocular diseases. Follow these nutrition tips to target different areas of your eyes and prevent disease!


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