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Eye Allergies 101

Eye Allergies 101

If it hasn’t hit you already, expect spring allergies to be in full-force soon. We’re all trying to spend a little extra time outside during the quarantine, however, it may prove to be a nuisance for the sniffing, sneezing, itchy-eyed spring allergy sufferer. Keep...

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Commonly Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Questions

We hope everyone is at home staying safe and healthy. If you are interested in learning more about your eyes, we hope the Weber Vision Care blog finds you well. In the exam room, patients ask many interesting questions (most relevant to eyes, but certainly not all of...

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Conquering Computer Vision Syndrome

Conquering Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer Vision Syndrome, or digital eye strain, is the medical term for symptoms caused by digital devices. Most people quarantined at home are not working the typical 8-hour day on the computer, but still spend hours looking at a cell phone, laptop, or tablet for...

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Eye-Friendly Activities for Kids

Eye-Friendly Activities for Kids

With children unexpectedly home from school and daycare, it can be difficult to keep them occupied. Many parents resort to electronics (tv, tablet, phone, etc.) to keep the children entertained for hours. However, prolonged use of digital screens has been shown to...

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Meet Our Staff – Gayle

Meet Our Staff – Gayle

Meet Gayle Bretz – one of Weber Vision Care’s opticians. Gayle worked as an optician for Weber Vision Care in the late 90s at the Elmerton Ave. location. She left for several years, but now she is back and reunited with the WVC team (even if it’s over a decade later!)...

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