AMD and Iron: Exploring the Connection

There is an adage that we don’t hear quite as much as we used to. It says “everything in moderation.” What has happened over the years is that we attribute this sentiment to certain things in life. For example, alcohol consumption may be made more reasonable by consuming the recommended amounts and nothing more. We …

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Not Nearsighted or Farsighted, but Seeing Everything Blurry?

Usually, when people begin to notice changes to their vision, it involves slight blurriness up close or far away. They cannot make out labels like they used to; street signs are harder to read. What if the problem is both? If you have difficulty seeing the print of magazines and reading street signs, it could …

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Eyelid Swelling: When to See your Eye Doctor

From time to time, we may all experience a little bit of swelling around the eyes. This could happen if we spend a night tossing and turning instead of sleeping. The tissue around the eyes also tends to swell as a result of crying. These are the usual and customary causes of swelling. But there …

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Removing Cataracts May Do more than You Think

The development of cataracts is usually slow and progressive. The gradual changes that occur in visual acuity are typically so subtle that treatment to remove clouded lenses is not perceived as an urgent matter. Ultimately, the timing of cataract surgery is a very personal matter. Once the clouded lens is replaced, the full extent of …

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Eyelid Surgery and the Question of Timing

A large percentage of the men and women who visit our Winchester LASIK and Cataract Center do so to obtain assistance with vision-diminishing problems. We are also pleased to offer a few cosmetic services, as well. Blepharoplasty is one of them, and it is one worth talking about. In recent years, blepharoplasty, or cosmetic eyelid …

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Your Doctor Has You Covered

Healthcare is all about exams, right? Not so much. Even in the most basic realms of doctors, there are small variances that need to be noticed. For example, the care that is obtained for a child may revolve around prevention. Older adults may have different needs based on age-related changes or certain medications they are …

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Want to Ditch the Reading Glasses? Let’s Talk Options!

Individuals who rely on reading glasses may initially find their new accessory stylish, even somewhat novel. After a short time of constantly having to put on glasses to read a menu, a label, or a book, and then remove them to look around the room or perform another task, most people are over the unique …

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How Light May be Affecting your Eyes

Without the full spectrum of wavelengths of light, we wouldn’t see much at all. In fact, the hues of violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange, and red that exist all enter the eye individually only to join as one at the back of the eye to form white light. This isn’t just riveting trivia; knowing …

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Who Should Take Care of your Eyes?

Your vision is a precious asset that you expect to stay relatively consistent throughout your life. Why wouldn’t you? The fact is, vision and long-term eye health are susceptible to several factors, including UV exposure. So who do you call when you need comprehensive care? You have choices, but this can only create confusion. Here, …

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