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    When is it appropriate for kids to use screens?

    Children and teenagers spend lots of time staring at displays, including TVs, computers, gaming consoles, smartphones, and tablets. In the US, children aged 8 to 12 spend, on average, 4-6 hours per day watching or even using screens, while teenagers can spend approximately 9 hours per day doing so. While Read More…

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    12 Things You Can Do Right Now To Improve Your Eyesight

    Boost your eyesight. Here is a list of 12 Things eye exercises you can do to improve your eyesight. Consume nutritious food for your eyes. Carrots are beneficial to your vision. Although that may seem corny, it isn’t wholly incorrect. Carrots are high in vitamin A, which is necessary for Read More…

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    How do I protect My Eyes After Laser Eye Surgery?

    Take the following measures following laser eye surgery to avoid injury or infection: Don’t shower and wash your hair till the next day. During the first several days after surgery, prevent having non-sterile water into your eyes from showers, hair washing, and so on. Be cautious when taking a shower Read More…

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    All About Intraocular Lens (IOL) Implants

    What Are Intraocular Lens Implants? An intraocular lens implant is an artificial replacement for the lens of your eye. It’s part of the surgery to fix cataracts. How Your Eye Works The IOL replaces the eye’s natural lens. The lens is first removed by a process called phacoemulsification. A small Read More…

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    All You Need to Know About Cataract Surgery – Fullerton Eye

    A cataract is a common condition that affects older adults making their vision cloudy or blurry and develops when protein builds up in the eye’s natural lens. This keeps light from passing through clearly and makes the vision foggy. If a cataract goes untreated, it can even lead to vision Read More…

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    Headaches That Affect Vision

    If you feel pain behind your eyes, there’s a good chance it could be a specific type of headache. Certain injuries and medical conditions can cause blurred vision and headache, but migraine is the most common cause. The following conditions can cause blurred vision and headaches at the same time. Read More…

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    8 Tips on Protecting Your Eyes from Mobile Screens

    We use many types of electronic devices every day like mobile phones, televisions, and computers. This can lead to eye problems as your eyes are exposed to digital screens for long periods. When we are staring at the tiny screen on our smartphone, our eyes can quickly become fatigued and Read More…

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    Why are imaging techniques important?

    Imaging techniques are useful in determining the proper stage of the disease, follow-up after treatment, and, as highlighted in recent times, in predicting prognosis and prediction. The main purpose of imaging techniques stands Imaging plays an important role in modern medicine. Modern imaging techniques – including X-rays, ultrasound, CT scans, and Read More…

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    Tips for Relief from Dry Eye

    Dry eyes occur when your tear glands don’t produce enough tears to lubricate your eyes. This condition can be uncomfortable and painful. It can hurt your vision. Treatments and some simple actions can bring welcome relief to your sore eyesight. Take a look at these tips to battle dryness and Read More…

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    What is Glaucoma symptoms, causes, and treatment?

    Glaucoma is a general term used to describe a group of eye disorders that damage the optic nerve. It’s the most common form of optic nerve damage leading to vision loss. In most cases, fluid builds up in the front part of the eye. This extra fluid puts pressure on Read More…

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