different lens colors
Colored sunglasses lenses do not just make a fashion statement. They also aid in blocking light from entering your eyes. They do it in different ways, depending on the lens color. Some eyewear tints make colors appear more vibrant by enhancing them. Color distortion, glare reduction, light blocking, and even...
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when is vitrectomy performed

When Is Vitrectomy Performed?

There are five primary reasons to have a vitrectomy or a vitrectomy combined with other procedures: Vitreous opacity that blocks vision (clouding) Conditions caused by abnormal retinal pulling Conditions that...
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polarized or gradient lenses

Which Sunglasses Are Better: Polarized or Gradient Lenses?

There are several sunglass options to fit your unique demands when it comes to successfully covering your eyes from the sun, including polarized and gradient lenses. So, what is the...
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how sunglasses protect vision

How Sunglasses Protect Vision

You have probably spent the previous few weeks reaching for your sunglasses whenever the sun shines, but do you realize why they are so important? Wearing sunglasses has numerous health...
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observation test

Observation Test | Tell Me What You See First and I’ll Tell You Who You Are

This observation test will lead you to discover a side of your character that you may not know very well because it has remained hidden due to your insecurities.  Surrealist...
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Tips For Finding The Best LASIK Surgeon

Here You Can Find: Credentials Experience Referral Price Staff Once you have decided to have a vision correction procedure such as LASIK, the next important thing to do is to...
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what will happen if my flap moves after lasik

What Will Happen if My Flap Moves After LASIK Procedure?

People are wondering what will happen if a flap comes loose after LASIK. LASIK is a known refractive surgery that corrects myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. It has been...
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Refractive Eye Surgery: Which Is Right For You?

Here You Can Find: Refractive Eye Surgery Explained Which Is Right For You What Are The Risks   Refractive Eye Surgery Explained Refractive eye surgery refers to any surgical procedure used...
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what is blepharospasm

What Is Blepharospasm?

Dystonia is a movement disorder that induces excessive muscle contractions or spasms. Blepharospasm is a form of dystonia. It’s also known as benign critical blepharospasm, and it’s when the eyelids...
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juvenile idiopathic arthritis uveitis

Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Uveitis

JIA (juvenile idiopathic arthritis) is a type of inflammatory arthritis that affects children under the age of sixteen. JIA is a type of autoimmune disorder. White blood cells damage the...
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newborns with microphthalmia and anophthalmia

Microphthalmia: Abnormally Small Eyes and Anophthalmia: Absence of One or Both Eyes

Anophthalmia and microphthalmia are the two terms used interchangeably. It is important to know the definitions of the two terms, especially when to use them. Microphthalmia is a disorder where...
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contacts underwater

Can I Wear My Contacts Underwater?

Summer is just around the corner where people will spend most of their time under the sun. For people who do not wear transition lenses that can protect their eyes...
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The Environmental Cost Of Contact Lenses

Many people rely on contact lenses to improve their vision. But these sight-correcting devices don’t last forever — some are intended for a single day’s use — and they are...
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avoid if you wear daily disposable contacts

Things That You Should Avoid if You Wear Daily Disposable Contacts

The people using daily disposable contact lenses or also known as dailies are countless. Daily disposable contact lenses are popular because of the convenience it brings. These lenses are removed...
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benefits of night driving lenses

What Are the Benefits of Night Driving Lenses?

Many people go home or go to work by driving. For people who get out at night or go to work for a night shift, you may consider wearing night...
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Will It Hurt My Eyes if I Wear Reading Glasses All the Time?

People who are above 40 are at the highest risk for presbyopia. It is a refractive error that is resulted from aging eyes which usually indicates the need for reading...
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scratch-resistant sunglasses

What Are the Finest Scratch-resistant Sunglasses to Buy?

Which sunglasses are the most scratch-resistant? These are shades that can withstand sand scratches at the beach, as well as normal wear and tear. While no eyeglasses lenses are completely...
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how stress affects your eyes

How Stress Affects Your Eyes

Our mental and physical well-being are also affected by stress. But, did you know stress can also have an impact on our vision? High levels of adrenaline in the body...
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eyelash mites

What Are Eyelash Mites?

Many people do not know that mites can live on their eyelashes. The mites that can be found on our eyelashes go by the name of Demodex. A parasite called...
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Dogs’ Eyes Evolve to Bond With Humans

Research has shown that a dog’s eyes change after being befriended by a human. Dogs have evolved muscles around their eyes to allow them to appeal to humans. Dogs Can...
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Computer Vision Syndrome and Digital Eye Strain Explained

Computer vision syndrome is also known as digital eye strain. This belongs to the group of eye and vision-related problems that stems from extensive screen time on digital devices. Long...
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Screen Time Disrupts Sleep

Screen Time Disrupts Sleep by Messing Up With Body Clock

A new experiment has revealed how light-sensitive cells in our eyes can mess up our internal clock when exposed to light. The blue light from our devices could affect our...
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Blue Light Glasses

Are Blue Light Glasses Really Effective?

Blue light glasses, as the name implies, are designed to protect you from some of the high-energy blue light emission of electronic gadgets such as phones, TVs, consoles, computers, and...
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