Posts From October, 2013

Foods that can help keep our eyes youthful and healthy

With age, we become more prone to developing age-related eye diseases, such as macular degeneration or cataracts. Some ways to help lower that risk include fueling our diets with foods rich with beta-carotene, (think carrots, sweet potatoes or pumpkin)  or dark-green leafy vegetables (kale, collards, spinach). Seafood, such as salmon and shellfish, or other foods… Read More »


Protect Your Eyes on Halloween

With Halloween approaching, the American Optometric Association is warning people about the risks of wearing contact lenses without a valid prescription and proper medical evaluation. Over-the-counter purchased contacts can put people at risk for bacterial infections, allergic reactions, including irreversible vision loss. However, if you insist on wearing contacts for Halloween get a proper examination… Read More »


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