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Posts filed under: Eye Health

The beginning of the new school year for high schoolers often means the start of driver’s education courses and getting permits for most teenagers. While most kids focus on passing the written portion exam for their permit, there’s another, equally...
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  National Sunglasses Day will be on Wednesday, June 27, and it is a perfect day to celebrate protecting your vision with your sunglasses! Why Sunglasses? Sunglasses — not just any sunglasses but specifically those with Ultra Violet (UV) protection...
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  With the summer months stretching out before us, there will be plenty of opportunities to be outside. And that means exposure to the sun will increase along with those opportunities. Most people think to apply suncream to protect their...
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Space travel, it’s the future. We’ve been hearing about it for decades. But with NASA’s commitment to a mission to Mars by 2030, Elon Musk’s Space X company single-handedly reigniting the excitement of building better rockets, and the International Space...
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Eyelids are the thin skin folds covering our eyes. We use them to blink an astonishing 15-20 times per minute/1,200 times an hour to keep our eyes moist and dust-free. Eyelids block out the light when we sleep. And for...
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For 10 million Americans ages 50 and over, macular degeneration looms on the horizon of age-related concerns. Macular degeneration is an incurable vision disease that attacks the center part of the retina (at the back of the eye) where “millions...
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We have a lot of blog posts here at All About Eyes that mention and/or encourage our visitors to get a comprehensive eye exam. So we thought we take this opportunity to talk about what it is and why it’s...
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When people generally think of melanoma, they usually think of skin cancer. And while it is rare, melanoma can develop in the eyes. It is called ocular melanoma and, according to the Ocular Melanoma Foundation, up to 2,500 Americans are diagnosed...
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Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis It’s that time of year again – spring – or for 20 percent of the population, Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis (SAC) season. Seasonal allergies cause red, itchy, watery, and burning eyes, all thanks to blooming trees, flowers, and...
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