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Colorful Facts About The Iris

Colorful Facts About The Iris

The iris is one of the most interesting and unique aspects of a person. We can be mesmerized by the beauty and attraction of one’s eyes, primarily due to the iris or that special “twinkle”. This uniqueness even translates as a security feature on electronics, similar...

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Taking the Stigma Out of Astigmatism

Taking the Stigma Out of Astigmatism

Everyone talks about having astigmatism, but don’t worry – it’s not an eye disease! Astigmatism is extremely common. So common that the majority of people have it to some degree, and chronic squinters can all agree that either glasses or contacts help alleviate the...

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Why Vision Screenings Are Not Enough

Why Vision Screenings Are Not Enough

“Stand at the end of the hallway and cover an eye.” Whether at school or the pediatrician’s office, we have all heard these words during a vision screening. While vision screenings can detect big problems with vision, they don’t even scratch the surface of detectable...

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

February is National Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month, so it is only fitting to provide you with information regarding the condition. According to the National Eye Institute, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss in...

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“Lazy Eye” is Really Referring to Amblyopia

“Lazy Eye” is Really Referring to Amblyopia

Almost everyone has heard the term, “lazy eye,” but do you really know what it is? Lazy eye is a slang term for amblyopia, which is a treatable condition if detected early enough. With appropriate treatment, vision can improve to normal 20/20, but it requires...

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