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Eye Care Tips for the Summer Weather

As the summer weather approaches, you’ll likely be spending more time outdoors. Summer can be hard on your eyes– increasing irritation from allergies, dry eye, heat, glare, sweat, sunscreen, chlorine or salt water. Outdoor activities also increase your risk of eye injuries. Here are some eye care tips to help you protect your eyes during the summer season: Drink Lots

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What are Common Changes to Your Eyes as You Age?

While many things tend to get better with age, unfortunately, your vision is not one of them. Almost everyone will experience some common vision problems as they get older – like losing the ability to read clearly or focus up close. And some eye diseases, like macular degeneration or glaucoma, are more likely to affect people as they get older.

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What is Macular Degeneration and How Can It Be Treated?

Macular Degeneration is a common disease of the retina among older adults as it is usually an age-related condition. It’s a disease that may exhibit no symptoms in some people, while others may experience blurriness and distortion in their central vision. This is due to damage to the macula. The macula is the central region of the retina and is

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The Correlation Between Diabetes and Eye Disease

If you have diabetes, it’s important to understand that you are at a higher risk for certain eye diseases that could cause severe vision loss or blindness. November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, which was created so that diabetics are aware of the correlation between diabetes and eye disease, and to educate and encourage prevention, early detection, and treatment.

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