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  • Happy Holidays!
    This holiday season, I wanted to take a moment to thank you for being a loyal patient of our office. We love serving each and every one of you. I also Read more
  • Flu Season is Upon Us
    The inevitable flu season. It comes back to get us every year. Luckily, there are many easy ways to help protect yourself this season, and most methods should sound familiar; Read more
  • December is Safe Toys & Gifts Month
    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, with the holiday season and Christmas shopping in full swing. It’s also a time of increased toy-related injuries to children, which is Read more
  • Wear Your Shades Year-Round
    The weather is turning colder and the holiday season is approaching—but that doesn’t mean the sun’s UV rays are any less strong! If you’ve got your sunglasses tucked away for Read more
  • Thanksgiving: A Feast for the Eyes
    Between Halloween and Thanksgiving, there are a lot of eye-healthy foods to choose from. Fall foods offer a wide variety of nutritious and delicious options. So when you’re planning out Read more
  • Why Is My Eyelid Twitching?
    You’ve likely experienced it at least once in your lifetime—suddenly your eyelid starts involuntarily twitching in spasms for no apparent reason. When this happens, it’s called myokymia. It’s a common Read more
  • November is National Diabetes Month
    Diabetes is a disease that affects far more than just your kidneys. It can also cause serious repercussions to your vision. That’s why the month of November is dedicated to Read more
  • Fighting Fall Allergies
    Fall is the “other” eye allergy season for many folks. One of the primary causes for fall allergies is the common plant ragweed, which is found all over the country. Read more
  • How Does Computer Use Affect Your Child’s Vision?
    October is Computer Learning Month, so it's a great time to explore how computer use relates to your child’s ocular health. Computer ergonomics problems and progressive myopia in children are Read more
  • What is Color Blindness?
    Color blindness is more common and less serious than you may think. Being completely color blind is very rare; it’s more likely that if someone is color blind they have Read more
  • Signs Your Child Might Have a Vision Problem
    There are many things you can look for if you’re concerned your child may be suffering from a vision problem. Vision problems can be misdiagnosed as both behavioral and learning Read more
  • Students’ Success Begins With Healthy Vision
    Now that the new school year is in full swing, your kids have classes, projects, and homework to complete every day. You’ve done a great job preparing them with everything Read more
  • Why Is it Getting Harder to Read?
    Does it seem like squinting is much more commonplace for you nowadays? Maybe you even feel like print is getting smaller…unfortunately, that’s probably not really the case. More than likely, Read more
  • Is Your Computer Screen Hurting Your Vision?
    Desktops, laptops, iPads and tablets, smartphones…as the advent of technology has become even more prevalent in people’s everyday lives, we’re starting to see more and more how it affects patients’ Read more
  • Stay On Top of Your Game with Healthy Vision
    Have you ever thought about how your eyes direct the movement of your body while playing sports? Not only are you using your eyes to follow the ball in a Read more
  • Back to School!
    It seems as though summer just began and already it’s nearly time to get ready to go back to school. Have you scheduled your child’s annual eye exam yet? If not, Read more