Tag Archives: Ophthalmology

Worldwide Vision Impairment

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Happy New Year!!

It’s time for change, to begin again, and to create positive intentions!

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Children’s Eye Health

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Migraine and Vision

Migraines are horrible. For those of you who have never experienced a migraine, you’re one of the lucky few. There’s the pain, of course- throbbing, pounding pain. But then, you get the tag-along symptoms: nausea and sensitivity to light and noise. Migraine … Continue reading

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Visual Fatigue

Just like the muscles in your body, your eyes can get tired. For the job they do, your eyes contain the strongest muscles in your body. But as strong as they are, they can become strained and fatigued by sitting … Continue reading

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Yoga for Your Eyes!

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Contact Lenses and Glasses Prescriptions

Like an eyeglass prescription, a contact lens prescription includes the lens power required to correct your refractive error — whether myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and/or astigmatism. But, depending on the degree of your refractive error and the type of contacts prescribed, the powers specified on … Continue reading

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