Blue Light And Healthy Eyes

Posted Thursday 26, 2013

There have been great advances in the field of ophthalmology over the last fifty years. Among them is our ability to correct the cornea using a laser in order to eliminate patient’s dependence on gl

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Eyelid Spasms

Posted Thursday 26, 2013

Eyelid spasms are a condition in which the eyelids twitch and close involuntarily. Minor eyelid twitching is common and happens spontaneously. This condition is though to be related to stress or fatig

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Migraine

Posted Thursday 26, 2013

Migraine is a common neurological condition occurring in at least 15-20% of the population and in up to 50% of women. Classic migraine starts with visual symptoms which can appear as zig-zag lines, co

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Pinguecula and Pterygia

Posted Thursday 26, 2013

What is a pinguecula? A pinguecula is a yellowish patch or bump on the white of the eye, most often found on the side closest to the nose. It is a deposit of protein and fat in the conju

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Polarized Lens

Posted Thursday 26, 2013

Have you ever heard the phrase, "What you can’t see won’t hurt you"? When it comes to exposure to unseen ultraviolet radiation (UVR), "What you can’t see can hurt you." Long-term exposure to UVR

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