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Posts filed under: Eye Health

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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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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When a person is diagnosed with cancer, their cancer-care team will recommend treatments to address the disease. These treatments may include radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted drug therapies, as well as targeted radiation therapies. Each of these may have side effects,...
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Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a condition where the center of your field of vision—but not your peripheral vision—becomes damaged over time. It’s a progressive process that starts with blurriness and ends with a darkened patch smack in the middle...
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September is Healthy Aging Month! We all age — it’s unavoidable — so making sure that your body and mind are in the best shape they can be will go a long way toward living a healthy life throughout all...
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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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