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You're Ruining Your Glasses: Here's How

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Even if you’re happy to be seeing better with your first pair of eyeglasses, you may not realize that every day you could be doing things that scratch up the lenses or ruin the frames. Your daily habits might make your glasses more difficult to see clearly out of and more uncomfortable to wear. Here are some ways you could be ruining your eyeglasses. You’re Not Rinsing Lenses Before Wiping Them Read More»

Should You Wear Circle Lenses?

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Specialized, large-eye contact lenses called circle lenses have become all the rage on the cosplay circuit recently. Fans of circle lenses love them for the appearance they give to their eyes, but are they right for you? Read on to learn more about circle lenses, their safety, and whether you should wear them or not.  Circle Lens Definition Circle lenses are the name of a specific variety of contact lens that originated in Asia. Read More»

Carrots Are Not The Only Source Of Eye-Healthy Vitamin A

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If you’re like most people, your mother told you numerous times to eat your carrots because they’re good for your eyes. It is true that carrots are high in vitamin A, which is essential for ongoing eye health. But if you happen to not like carrots or prefer not to look like a bunny rabbit on a daily basis, there are many other vitamin A-rich foods you can reach for. Read More»

Diabetic? Here's What You Need To Know About DME

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Diabetes is a common condition, and since it is so common, some people tend to underestimate just how serious it is. Especially when it’s not well controlled, diabetes can have a negative impact on just about every part of your body, including your eyes. In fact, DME, or diabetic macular edema, is quite common in diabetics whose blood sugar is not well controlled. Here’s a closer look at this condition. Read More»

Why Diabetes Increases Your Risk Of Developing Glaucoma

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If you have diabetes, you may have learned from your doctor or eye doctor that you have an increased risk of developing glaucoma. This is true, but it might leave you wondering why. Read on to learn how these two diseases are connected, how diabetes harms the eyes, and what you can do about it. Glaucoma and Diabetes Glaucoma and diabetes often go hand in hand, but that isn’t true for all cases. Read More»