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Cataracts

Cataracts are a common vision problem among people over the age of 55. A cataract is a cloudy area in the lens of your eye that varies by size. Due to this condition, one or both eyes can be impaired. It is likely that both eyes will develop cataracts and one lens may...

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Sun/UV Protection

Shading your eyes from the sun this summer season should be a top priority for your eye health. The sun supports all life on earth, but it also can be damaging to your vision. The sun’s ultraviolet rays are super strong, and the majority of people tend to focus only...

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Night Blindness

Numerous patients struggle with seeing in the dark; this condition is called night blindness. Night blindness does not mean you are incapable of seeing at night, but that your vision is weaker in the darkness. It also affects how your eyes adapt from going to light to...

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Healthy Eyes, Healthy Life

Seeing your Optometrist annually is very important for your eye health. An eye examination allows you to stay up to date with changes in your eyesight as well as your general health. Annual eye exams can go beyond ensuring you have a clear vision - they can also...

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Astigmatism

Astigmatism is known as a refractive error and is one of the most common vision problems. The majority of patients have some degree of astigmatism. This condition can occur when the cornea has an irregular shape or there is an imperfection of the curvature of the lens...

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Easy Tips for Your Eye Health

Did you know that 20 million Americans struggle with severe vision loss? Your vision is such a precious and important part of your overall health. There are numerous steps that you can take to reduce vision loss and ensure you are seeing at your very best! Daily Care...

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How to Read your Glasses RX

You just wrapped up your annual eye exam and you have your new prescription to pick out a pair of eyeglasses. Have you ever been curious to know what the numbers & letters mean for your eyesight? Well, we’re here to help decode your eyeglass prescription in order for...

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Fall Recipes

We are so excited for fall because it means we can make these amazing fall dishes! With great flavors such as apples and pumpkins.  We thought we’d share some of our favorite falls recipes with you. Apple Pie Baked Apples   Prep Time: 20 Minutes Total Time: 50 Minutes...

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