Say Goodbye to Those Dry Eyes

The main purpose of tears is to lubricate the eyes by providing a thin film that clears the vision. However, when the eyes lack enough moisture or tears evaporate too quickly, the result is common dry eye symptoms. If you Continue reading Say Goodbye to Those Dry Eyes

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

According to the National Eye Institute, anyone older than 60 is at an increased risk for developing glaucoma. Glaucoma is caused by increased pressure in the eye that damages the optic nerve and can result in vision loss or blindness. Continue reading January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

Changes in the Way You See Things

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Seniors often experience vision deterioration, but many common issues can often be corrected using glasses or contact lenses. A recent study from the National Eye Institute (NEI) ranked the following eye diseases as the leading causes of vision deterioration: Age-related Continue reading Changes in the Way You See Things

A Healthy Eye for Art Expression

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Seeing things differently comes naturally to Dee Callahan. Born with much less than the perfect 20/20 vision in her left eye, she is considered legally blind. Dee recalls drinking canned carrot juice and cod liver oil in an attempt to Continue reading A Healthy Eye for Art Expression