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We’ve Got the Blues: How “Blue Light” May be Disrupting Your Body’s Internal Clock

Posted on 12-31-2014

According to Phys.org, a recent study funded by the NIH found that “blue light” may be interfering with the internal clock or natural rhythms of both humans and animals.  So, what...

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Eyes on the Holidays! Ring in the New Year with a New Look

Posted on 12-24-2014

With the holidays upon us, it seems like the parties, get-togethers, exchanges, and road trips are never ending. And with all of these social occasions, one thing’s for sure, someone is goin...

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Put Down the iPad and Back Slowly Away: Is New Technology Causing Nearsightedness?

Posted on 12-22-2014

From tablets to smart phones to plain, “old fashioned” desktop computers, it’s no secret that most people are spending more and more of their time in front of some sort of &ldquo...

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Defining Presbyopia: What Is It, and How Can It Be Treated

Posted on 12-04-2014

Defining Presbyopia: What Is It, and How Can It Be Treated? Presbyopia, noun: long-sightedness caused by loss of elasticity of the lens of the eye. Originating from the Greek words presbus, meaning...

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LASIK – Laser Surgery Correction for the Eyes

Posted on 12-02-2014

Lasik surgery is not the highly marketed, talked about surgery that it once was, but it is safer and more accurate than ever. My wife and I both had LASIK surgery about ten years ago and it's ...

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