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Healthy Living for Healthy Eyes

Everyone probably tells you to eat healthy, exercise, and spend time away from the screen. Sure, it’s good for your health, but does it help your eyes? Absolutely! Here are a few key areas of healthy living that are also essential to your healthy eyes and vision. >Healthy Diet To help keep your eyes healthy,…
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Contact Lenses for Hard-to-Fit Eyes

If you have astigmatism, dry eyes, or keratoconus, you may have a harder time finding contact lenses work for you. Specialty contact lenses may be the answer. Specialty contact lenses for keratoconus This condition occurs when your cornea thins and forms into a cone-like shape, causing your vision to become distorted and your eyes more…
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Vision Therapy: Not Just for Children

What is Vision Therapy? Vision therapy is an individualized program developed by a doctor to correct vision problems or improve visual deficiencies. Doctors use computer-assisted and non-computer assisted techniques such as filters, prisms, and balance boards to guide patients through visual exercises. Over time, these techniques aim to improve each particular vision problem. Vision Therapy…
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Children and Myopia Control

Today, Myopia presents itself at an earlier age in more children than in the past. Studies have shown that part of the increase in nearsightedness is because more people are doing work up close; this isn’t just a computer and increased screen time, though--reading for long periods can also impact your eyes. There are four…
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