Posts Tagged: vision

Smart devices and children’s vision

Technology has become an integral part of our daily lives. As we become increasingly more reliant and absorbed in technology, it is no surprise that today’s children have become avid users of technology, with the majority of children exposed to smart devices at less than 5 years of age. Smart devices have also become an…
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Treatment for dry eye disease

Are you having trouble reading your computer screen? Maybe you feel pain or a burning sensation in your eyes. You could be experiencing dry eye. Dry eye occurs when your eye does not properly produce tears. The American Academy of Ophthalmology estimates that 3.2 million women over 50 and 1.68 million men in America suffer…
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Freckle in the eye

Just like in the skin, you can get a freckle (nevus) in the eye also. Most freckles are benign, though they need to be watched as they have a small chance of conversion to melanoma (cancer). The freckle can be in the white part of the eye (conjunctiva), the colored part of the eye (iris)…
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Squinting won’t do!

Sunglasses can make us look cool, others fashionable. But if you spend any amount of time outside, you need sunglasses. All sunglasses are not the same Not all sunglasses are created equal. The lenses in sunglasses may be polarized, non-polarized or UV blockers. Polarized lenses help reduce glare from reflected light (e.g. a fisherman may…
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