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Posts filed under: Eye Health

Puffy eyes are a temporary condition — most of the time — and can be treated at home by using a cold compress, cucumbers, or over-the-counter creams to reduce the swelling around the eyes. The causes for periorbital edema are...
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On Monday, June 27, we celebrate National Sunglasses Day! On this day, we hope to instill a bit of fun while we draw attention to why sunglasses are an important health accessory — not just a fashion accessory. This year,...
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April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month, and this year, the focus is on the various diseases and conditions that tend to affect women more so than men. Some of this is due to age-related biological factors such as...
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Cataracts cause a clouding effect on the lens of the eye that affects vision. In previous posts, we’ve talked about their causes and preventions, but for this month’s post, we’re going to dive deeper into the issue and discuss the...
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This year, the in-person start of school for K-12 students in America is likely to include wearing face masks, social distancing, sanitizing and other COVID-inducing protocols. While it’s important for students to return to in-person instruction for their educational and...
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Sometimes our eyes get sore, and they ache. That can happen, for example, when we’re out in the sun for long periods of time without sunglasses or staring at our digital devices for hours at a time without a break....
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April marks Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month. While both men and women can have eye-health issues, women in particular, tend to have more of them and make up two-thirds of all people living with blindness or visual impairment from...
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Our eyes help us to see our world and to experience it from birth to death. As our bodies grow and change through the ages, so too, does our vision. Newborns to One Year Babies can clearly see about 8-12...
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Diabetes is a disease where there is too much sugar or glucose in the bloodstream. This condition can lead to a variety of health problems for those who have been diagnosed, including issues with vision that can lead to blindness...
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October is a month in the eye-health world for creating awareness on how important healthy vision is for everyone. According to the International Agency on the Prevention of Blindness, at least 2.2 billion people globally have a vision impairment that...
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