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Myopia Causes: Is Your Child At Risk?

Parents — especially those who are short sighted and wore glasses throughout childhood — are often concerned about the causes of myopia and whether their children are doomed to being shortsighted as well. If this sounds like you, try not to worry too much. Myopia is a common refractive error. It’s easily corrected with glasses or contact lenses (and LASIK or other vision surgery, once […]

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5 Reasons Eye Exams Are Important

The importance of annual eye exams goes well beyond just making sure your vision isn’t blurry. Here are five reasons why eye exams are important — and why you should have annual eye exams to safeguard your health and wellness. Read More Original Article Source Credits:  All About Vision , https://www.allaboutvision.com/ Article Written By:   Gary Heiting, […]

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The Basics Of Nearsightedness

Nearsightedness, or myopia, is an eye problem that causes objects at a distance to be blurry. A nearsighted person can clearly see objects that are close to them but has a hard time focusing on objects that are far away. Read More Original Article Source Credits:   Verywell Health , https://www.verywellhealth.com/ Article Written By:  Troy Bedinghaus, OD Original Article […]

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What You Should Know About Diabetes And Eye Exams

Diabetes is a disease that profoundly affects many areas of your body, including your eyes. It increases your risk for eye conditions, such as glaucoma and cataracts. The primary concern for eye health in people with diabetes is the development of diabetic retinopathy. Read More Original Article Source Credits:   Healthline , https://www.healthline.com/ Article Written By:  Kimberly […]

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A Glossary Of Eye Tests And Exams

This test measures the amount of pressure it takes to flatten a portion of your cornea. Pressure readings help your doctor diagnose and keep track of glaucoma. He’ll give you drops to numb your eye, then press lightly on it with a tool called a tonometer. Read More Original Article Source Credits:   WebMD , https://www.webmd.com/ Article Written By:  NA […]

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