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February, 2018

How to Protect your Eyes From the Sun this Summer

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

Brace yourselves, summer is here! We know how to take care of our skin by using sunblock. But what about our eyes? UV rays can be detrimental to your eye health. Prolonged exposure can cause blurred vision which can be associated with cataracts and macular degeneration. Whether you’re on the beach, playing golf, or just...  read more

How Cataract Surgery Can Restore Your Quality of Life

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

Our eyes are made up of several parts that work in unison for us to process the world around us. These are the cornea, which draws in light; the lens, focuses the light; and the retina, which helps to process the image. If any part of the eye gets damaged, especially these three crucial parts,...  read more

Medical Conditions Linked to Dry Eyes

Monday, February 12th, 2018

Eyes are the window to the soul. Through them, we can see how a person feels. However, an ophthalmologist looking into your eyes could see early signs of disease. One of the most common complaints is dry eyes. A person with dry eyes might have a burning sensation in the eyes as well as redness...  read more

How to Alleviate Digital Eye Strain

Monday, February 5th, 2018

Screens are a part of our lives from sunup to sundown. Although for many their social lives and livelihood depend on them, it’s extremely hard on your eyes. In fact, a study revealed that the majority of people working on computers had experienced vision issues related to prolonged staring at a screen. The most common...  read more