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Eye Care Professionals

We call them eye doctors.  But they are Eye Care Professionals.   You know who I am talking about.   We see the advertisements for these eye care professionals around us. “Local Eye Care Clinic”.  Then we make the appointment.  We get their and someone takes us to an office.  We have those few puffs of air […]

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Healthy Eyes Start with a Healthy Heart

Having healthy eyes starts with having a healthy heart.    Here is something that many of us don’t realize.  The arrangement of blood vessels at the back of the eyes are closely connected to the health of the heart. This means that cardiovascular and eye diseases share the same underlying causes. Not only the same […]

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Nutrition For Your Eyesight

We’ve all heared the stories of eating carrots to improve your eyesight, but what is the eye and whats the nutrition needed for improvement. The eye is a highly complex organ which is mostly made of fatty tissue, known as lipids. As light enters the fatty tissues of the eye, it can break down into […]

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How to Naturally Improve Your Vision

by: Ruth Bird What is 2020 vision? 20/20 vision is a term used to express normal visual acuity (the clarity or sharpness of vision) measured at a distance of 20 feet. If you have 20/20 vision, you can see clearly at 20 feet what should normally be seen at that distance. If you have 20/100 […]

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Ready to Lose Your Glasses

Ten tips to choosing a LASIK or Laser Vision Correction Center by: Robert K. Maloney The world of ophthalmology is one of the fastest evolving fields of medicine. Never before have so many new techniques and scientific breakthroughs emerged in such a short period of time. LASIK surgery, which uses an excimer laser to reshape […]

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5 Keys to Naturally Better Vision

by: Ray Smith Our vision is our primary means of relationship to the world around us. Of the five physical senses, vision is the most dominant and useful sense. Yet, over half the people in this country (U.S.A) wear glasses or contacts. Needing corrective-lenses to see clearly is now considered normal, though there are ways […]

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