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Apple jumped into the world of spatial computing earlier this month with its mixed-reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro. Spatial computing overlays digital content onto the physical world and promises users an immersive, 3D experience that they can navigate around...
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January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. We here at All About Eyes mention glaucoma frequently in our monthly blogs. In fact, we have an in-depth, two-part series on the topic. Part One details open-angle glaucoma. And Part Two covers closed-angle glaucoma....
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Holidays are usually wrapped up in finding the perfect gifts for others. Okay, maybe you slip in a small gift for yourself every now and again (we won’t tell Santa). But this year, why not go all out and really...
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Eye Shadow, eye liners, mascara, false eyelashes, anti-aging creams, extensions — the list goes on for products that we utilize to enhance our appearance of our eyes. And while these can all propel a sense of well-being, many of these...
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October is Down Syndrome Awareness month. With over 50% of people with Down Syndrome having some sort of refractive error (see our post from 2019 to learn more) getting properly diagnosed and fitted for glasses is very important. For individuals with...
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Last February, we published a blog post on Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) discussing this progressive disease that causes vision loss in the central field of vision. We mentioned that for the two types of AMD, wet and dry, there was...
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There is a critter, called a demodex mite, that, according to the National Institutes of Health, is “the most common microscopic ectoparasite found in the human skin.” But that’s not all, once these mites move in, by the time you...
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It’s safe to say that clear vision is important to have. It’s how we take in vast amounts of information, helping us to understand the world. Yet sometimes it can become blurry—fuzzy around the edges of what we’re looking at—and...
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