Monthly Archives: April 2014

7 Facts About Vision Sun Damage During UV Safety Month

For May’s UV Safety Month, be sure to read these important facts about the sun and your vision.
There are few things that are better than the first few days of sunshine after a long, dark, cold winter. After what seems like an endless winter, the first days of spring in May and June have every […]

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By |April 29th, 2014|Current Affairs, EyeCare Topics, Seasonal eye care tips|0 Comments

3 Reasons Why LASIK Makes The Perfect Graduation Gift

Stumped what to get your favorite graduate? Why not give the gift of sight!
When it comes to big life moments, there are few events in life that leave you feeling as proud, accomplished and excited as graduation. Whether you are walking across the graduation stage to receive your high school diploma, or you have finished […]

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By |April 24th, 2014|Current Affairs, EyeCare Topics, LASIK, Seasonal eye care tips|0 Comments

The Success of Your Surgery May Reside in the Music

The music of Mozart may be a contributing factor to successful eye surgery.
For many decades, people all around the world have given testament to the many ways in which music can change lives. Of course, the beauty and complexity of music itself can move the soul and change us in may unexplainable ways, but it […]

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4 Tips For April’s Sports Eye Safety Month + A Helpful Infographic!

In honor of April’s Sports Eye Safety Month, be sure to follow these vision tips!
After the long, cold, seemingly-endless winter that we just left behind, kids and parents alike all across the country are beginning to lace up their sneakers, inflate their basketballs and rush outside to enjoy some sports activities in the sunshine. Plus, […]

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Vision Technology: Google Patents Contact Lenses With Built-In Cameras

Google’s latest patent may show that the future of vision is here!
If Google’s latest foray into the world of vision technology through Google Glass wasn’t impressive enough, the tech giant may be taking their futuristic efforts one step further in the coming years. According to Ophthalmology Times, Google has recently filed a patent for a […]

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By |April 15th, 2014|Current Affairs, Cutting Edge, EyeCare Topics|0 Comments

Gender Vision Differences: Men And Women Don’t See Eye To Eye

Studies show that there may be a bigger differences between men and women than we thought—including how they see!
It doesn’t take a seasoned doctor or psychologist to tell you that there are some significant differences between the genders of male and female. Everything from our body’s basic makeup, to the way we think and act, […]

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By |April 10th, 2014|EyeCare Topics, In the Journals|0 Comments

Annoyed By Red Eye In Photos? It May End Up Saving Your Vision!

While you can reduce red eye in photos, this side effect my alert you to possible vision problems.
In this generation, cell phones and digital cameras have become the norm for capturing your most memorable moments forever. And while these modern-day devices certainly have their advantages—smile detectors, auto-focus, lens flare reduction, etc.—they can also still produce […]

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By |April 8th, 2014|EyeCare Topics, Outside Interests, Pediatric Eye Care|0 Comments

Tattoo Ink May Trigger Uveitis, A Serious Eye Inflammation Condition

Black ink used in tattoos may cause inflammation of the uvea―the middle structure of the eye.
Here at EyeCare 20/20, when we talk about taking preventative steps to protect your eyes from outside dangers or harmful conditions, it typically involves basic safety tips. For instance, do not work near potentially hazardous equipment or dangerous chemicals without […]

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By |April 3rd, 2014|Cutting Edge, EyeCare Topics, In the Journals|0 Comments

The Truth About Women and Vision Loss

Women are at a greater risk for permanent vision loss than men.
It is no secret that there are a lot of differences between men and women. From our personalities, to our health, to our bodies, there are simply a number of things that differentiate the two genders, whether we realize it or not.

However, while men […]

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