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June is Cataract Awareness Month!

June is Cataract Awareness Month!

As everyone grows older, the lenses of their eyes thicken and become cloudier. Eventually, they may find it more difficult to read street signs. Colors may seem dull. These symptoms may signal cataracts, which affect about 70 percent of people by age 75. Fortunately,...
MAY IS EYE HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH!

MAY IS EYE HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH!

If you’re like most Americans surveyed in a recent Harris Poll, you probably thought you would notice a change in your vision if you had an eye disease. The fact is some of the leading causes of blindness—such as glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy—can begin without any...
APRIL: SOLAR ECLIPSE EYE SAFETY

APRIL: SOLAR ECLIPSE EYE SAFETY

The next solar eclipse will cross North America on April 8, 2024. A solar eclipse happens when the moon blocks the sun from our view. This process unfolds over a couple of hours. Watching a solar eclipse is a memorable experience, but you must do it safely to prevent...
MARCH: PROTECT YOUR EYES ALL WINTER LONG

MARCH: PROTECT YOUR EYES ALL WINTER LONG

PROTECT YOUR EYES ALL WINTER LONG Hitting the slopes, strapping on snowshoes or heading outside for a wintry jog? Then don’t forget a small but mighty piece of gear: eye protection. Goggles or sunglasses are the key to keeping your eyes safe from the three main...
FEBRUARY: SURPRISING HEALTH PROBLEMS AN EYE EXAM CAN CATCH

FEBRUARY: SURPRISING HEALTH PROBLEMS AN EYE EXAM CAN CATCH

Eye exams aren’t just about vision. They’re about your health. Your eyes are windows to the live action of blood vessels, nerves and connective tissues throughout your body. Problems spotted in the eye are often the first signs of disease lurking elsewhere. Here are...