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Cataract Awareness

Did you know that more than half of all Americans aged 80 or older either have cataracts or have had surgery to remove them? According to the National Eye Institute (NEI), cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the United States and the leading cause of...

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March – Save Your Vision Month

March is celebrated as Save Your Vision Month, an annual observance aimed at raising awareness about eye health and encouraging people to take steps to protect their vision. Your eyes are a precious gift and it is important to take care of them to maintain good vision...

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Low Vision – How It Affects Your Daily Life

Low vision is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide, and the number is expected to rise due to the aging population. As an optometrist, I understand the frustration and challenges that come with low vision. It can impact your daily life, making...

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Keep It Salty – Traveling With Eyewear

I love to get outdoors!  Fresh air, exploring new places, and generally a place that gets my heart rate up (physical activity) while bringing it back down (beautiful sunsets.)  My husband and I call it, “Keeping it Salty!” Our travels are “salty” because of...

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Traveling for the Holidays?

Always make sure to be prepared before you hit the road for the holidays.  Follow these tips to ensure you have the best travel experience during the holidays! DO: Double Your Pairs and Pack Your Backup Glasses If you wear glasses, bring two pairs on every trip! ...

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