How to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

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Don’t take your eyes for granted. Take these easy steps to keep your peepers healthy.

  1. Eat Well

Good eye health starts with the food on your plate. Nutrients like omega-3 fatty Read the rest of this entry »

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Signs of an Eye Infection

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Your eyes may often water or tear. You may notice a small amount of white or creamy drainage at times. If you have no pain or other symptoms, home treatment is usually all that is needed. More serious infections affect the entire eye area (periorbital cellulitis) or Read the rest of this entry »

Eye Care Tips For All

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Eyes are one of the most important organs in the human body and vision is one of themost wonderful gifts. But often many people neglect the importance of eye care and do not pay proper attention towards eye care. Read the rest of this entry »

Children And Computer Vision Syndrome

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Has your child lately shown any signs of fatigue, red eyes? Do his eyes constantly water?Has he been complaining about headaches, backaches? Now let’s retrace a bit and let me ask you another question- how much time your child spend sitting on Read the rest of this entry »

I Have Blurry Vision- What Should I Do?

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Are you getting blurred vision? Is the idea of not seeing clearly and things appearinghazy to you bothering you? Chances are your vision is facing some trouble. It could be a normal refractive disorder that can be corrected with glasses, lenses or even laser surgery. Read the rest of this entry »

Red Eyes: Causes & Treatment

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07Red eye is a very common condition, where the surface of the eye appears red. There are several fine blood vessels on the surface of the eye, which become prominent and inflamed giving a reddish hue to the eye in conditions which include fatigue, illness, eye injury, allergies or eye infections Read the rest of this entry »

Eye Injuries Treatment

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When an eye injury does occur, have an ophthalmologist or other medical doctor examine the eye as soon as possible, even if the injury seems minor at first. Read the rest of this entry »