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Eye Care Tips: Destination Spring Break

March 11, 2022 Posted by Dr. Shah

With Spring Break on the horizon, we want to help you experience the journey with good eyesight to behold, and store, lifelong memories. Here are some tips from our ophthalmologic specialist, to help care for your eye health while traveling and expl...

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20 Dangerous Things That Could Damage Vision

February 16, 2022 Posted by Dr. Shah

Have you ever wondered what daily activities could impair your vision? The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) gathered a list of the 20 most harmful activities for our eyes. These are presented below. Smoking There are many eye diseases rela...

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Beach Eye- Covid-19 and Your Eyes

January 24, 2022 Posted by Dr. Shah

The most common effects of COVID on the eyes were revealed by an analysis of 121 patients dating back to the beginning of the pandemic. Researchers conclude that COVID may not cause eye problems in most people. It is important to note that these prob...

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Use It, Or Lose It – Flex Spending Benefits

Use It, Or Lose It – Flex Spending Benefits

December 23, 2021

There are a lot of healthcare benefits to understand, especially when you include the various wellness benefits. Many people don't have the time to study the fine details of what's available. Our clients often ask about Flex Spending, a great savings...

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Color Blindness: What Is It And How Is It Detected?

Color Blindness: What Is It And How Is It Detected?

November 7, 2021

Dyschromatopsia or color blindness is a visual abnormality that makes it difficult to see the colors of objects. It is also called color blindness, in honor of the physicist and mathematician John Dalton, who suffered from this anomaly. There are di...

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Iridocyclitis

Iridocyclitis: What is it? Causes and Treatment

October 15, 2021

What is iridocyclitis? Iridocyclitis is the most common type of uveitis . It appears suddenly, associated with autoimmune diseases , and especially in young and healthy patients. Most often, iridocyclitis occurs in only one eye , and its symptoms u...

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SLT Glaucoma Laser To Reduce Intraocular Pressure

SLT Glaucoma Laser To Reduce Intraocular Pressure

September 17, 2021

The SLT laser or Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty is a treatment that is performed in the ophthalmology office, in one session, lasts a few minutes, and does not present risks. This treatment is very effective in certain cases of glaucoma, where it is...

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How to Disinfect Glasses and Contact Lenses

How to Disinfect Glasses and Contact Lenses

August 27, 2021

Wearing contact lenses or prescription glasses makes life easier for many people who suffer from vision problems because it allows them to see everything more clearly and sharply. But what good are they if we don't keep them well cleaned and disinfec...

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Can Contact Lenses be worn in a pool?

Can Contact Lenses be worn in a pool?

July 14, 2021

One of the most common concerns of people who wear contact lenses or who are considering wearing them is whether they can wear contact lenses in the pool. Like many other contact lens myths, this one is one of the most prevalent, so you've probably h...

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Invented Sunglasses

Invented Sunglasses

June 22, 2021

We all agree that sunglasses are another complement when we go out in the hottest times. Not only as protection for the eyes, but also as one more element of our outfit to be fashionable. For this reason, when you go to buy glasses, you usually look ...

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