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2021 Summer Eye Safety and Sunglasses

Sunglasses are must-have eyewear to help protect and minimize the brightness when the sun and its reflective rays impact your eyes and your vision. It is important to wear sunglasses at an early age to protect your eyes from years of ultraviolet (UV) exposure. Tips For Choosing the Best Sunglasses: Wear sunglasses labeled “100% UV Protection.” Only …

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Myopia- rising problem for children and novel treatments

The rates of myopia (near-sightedness) are skyrocketing around the world. Near-sightedness is when a person’s distance vision is blurry. Myopia usually starts in elementary school and can worsen until high school. The more myopic one becomes, the closer the blur point is and the more dependent you are on wearing your glasses. Less time spent …

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Protecting Your Eyes: How to Deal with Increased Screen Time

Since Spring of 2020, we have increased screen time with our daily use of our electronic devices for our virtual work meetings and our virtual school classrooms. As we head into Autumn of 2020, Eye Physicians & Surgeons want to remind you to protect your eyes from increased electronic screen time and share valuable information …

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2020 Summer Sun Eye Safety: What You Need To Know!

Especially after the spring quarantine, summertime means more time outside and more time in the sun. We all use sunscreen to protect our skin, but don’t forget to protect your eyes. It is important to wear proper eye protection at an early age to protect your eyes from years of ultraviolet (UV) exposure. To be eye …

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Amblyopia

What is Amblyopia? Amblyopia is decreased vision in one or both eyes, which occurs during the development of vision during infancy and childhood. In the past, slang for amblyopia was “lazy eye,” but that terminology is not preferred today because “lazy” behavior does not describe the child’s visual development with amblyopia. For example, Figure 1 …

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