Caring For Your Eyes In Winter Months

Posted on: 23 November 2016

Most people don't know that caring for your eyes differs from season to season. Much like caring for your skin during summer or winter months, your eyes need different care as well. Winter months are a lot drier than summer months, meaning if your skin can dry out, your eyes can too. Caring for your eyes doesn't take too much extra effort on your part, but that little bit of effort and care can help keep your eyes healthy and prevent damage.
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Love Pumpkin? Here Are Three Great Reasons To Gorge On The Gourd This Season

Posted on: 28 October 2016

Pumpkin season is here—from the time that the first leaves fall until shortly after Thanksgiving, all things pumpkin rule the grocery shelves, coffee shops, and restaurants. If you love pumpkin, consider yourself lucky—not only can you find your favorite items just about anywhere but you have the perfect excuse to indulge because pumpkin is also good for your health. Here's why it's totally cool to gorge on this seasonal gourd.
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3 Different Eye Surgeries That Can Be Done At An Eye Surgery Center

Posted on: 24 October 2016

While many eye issues can be fixed with glasses, contact lenses, or some type of eye medicine, some are going to need surgery in order to be completely taken care of. These surgeries are generally done in eye surgery centers where accredited optometrists are going to perform the different eye surgeries. This article will discuss 3 different eye surgeries that can be done at an eye surgery center.  Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis Laser Vision Correction
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Four Things You Should Know About Getting LASIK Eye Surgery

Posted on: 4 October 2016

If you suffer from vision problems, LASIK is a permanent way to correct your vision. The LASIK procedure changes the shape of your cornea, improving your vision. Before you book your LASIK procedure, learn a few important things about the surgery. 1. You May Still Need Glasses or Contacts After the Procedure The LASIK procedure dramatically improves your vision, but you may still need to wear glass or contacts after the surgery.
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