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Blog: Tips for Identifying Your Eye and Other Medications

Tips for Identifying Your Eye and Other Medications

October 30th, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

It is important that you have a safe and effective way to organize and recognize your medications. A good system will help you remember what medicines you take, ensure the dosages are correct and at what time you should take them. This also includes ...

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Blog: Taking Care of Your Vision After 50

Taking Care of Your Vision After 50

September 29th, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

Starting at the age of 40, you may have noticed that you need to use glasses to see up close. You may now have difficulty adapting your sight to the brightness or glare of the lights. It may also be difficult to distinguish between some colors. These...

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Blog: How to Ease Digital eyestrain and Blue Light Effects on Your Eyes

How to Ease Digital eyestrain and Blue Light Effects on Your Eyes

August 6th, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

COVID-19 has caused many people to spend increasing amounts of time in front of the digital devices while at home. The time spent is often on top of the many hours they are already spending at work looking at a computer screen. The extended amount...

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Blog: Comprehensive dilated eye exams

Comprehensive dilated eye exams

July 6th, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

Having regular, comprehensive dilated eye exams can help prevent vision loss. Early detection and timely treatment of eye diseases can help save your sight. In many cases, a comprehensive dilated eye exam is the only way to detect eye diseases that c...

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Blog: Healthy Contact Lens Wear and Care During COVID-19

Healthy Contact Lens Wear and Care During COVID-19

June 3rd, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

There is no evidence to suggest contact lens wearers are more at risk for acquiring COVID-19 than eyeglass wearers. Contact lens wearers should continue to practice safe contact lens wear and care hygiene habits. You only have one pair of eyes,...

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Blog: Cornea and Corneal Disease

Cornea and Corneal Disease

May 5th, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

What is the cornea? The cornea is the clear outer layer at the front of the eye. The cornea helps your eye to focus light so you can see clearly. What are the main types of corneal conditions? There are several common conditions that affect...

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Blog: African Americans With Diabetes Can Prevent Vision Loss

African Americans With Diabetes Can Prevent Vision Loss

April 1st, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

You can’t feel it. You can’t see it—until it’s too late. Diabetic retinopathy, the most common form of diabetic eye disease, is the leading cause of blindness in adults age 20–74. It occurs when diabetes damages blood vessels in the retina....

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Blog: Choosing The Right Eye Doctor For You

Choosing The Right Eye Doctor For You

January 15th, 2020. Posted by Dr. Shah

For many people having an eye doctor is just a given, they've been seeing the same eye care professional for years. But there are a number of people who've not been lucky enough to not have had any difficulties with their vision. When they do notice ...

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Maintaining Good Eye Health is Easier Than You Think

December 17th, 2019. Posted by Dr. Shah

In the fast-paced world we all live in, too often it feels like we don't have enough time to take care of our health the way we would like to. But making time to take care of some very important parts of your body isn't nearly as difficult as you mig...

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Protect your eyes from snowblindness

November 2nd, 2019. Posted by Dr. Shah

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