Tag: Eye Care

Where the Pterygiums are

Reading the word, a person could conclude that a baby dinosaur has come to visit. Though the appendage can have the shape of a pterodactyl wing, a pterygium is not its child. The eye has a translucent mucous membrane that covers it and lines the inside of the eyelid. Once in a while, the translucent […]

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Make Sure You are Ready for International Literacy Day

The days have become shorter, and suddenly September 8th arrives, and it’s International Literacy Day. Reading remains one of the significant ways that people grow intellectually, emotionally, and even psychologically. New books give new ideas or release emotions safely. It provides a point of conversation with others as discoveries in the reading become shared. It […]

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Quality of Life for the Eyes

Maintaining eyesight remains one of the most important ways a person can contribute to their quality of life. As a person ages, changes within the structure of the eye itself, including the lens occur. Age-related vision differences may appear as more difficulty in clearly seeing objects up close. Many people after 40 complain of fuzzy […]

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Halloween, LASIK and You

One of the fun things about October remains finding a good Halloween outfit for the occasion. People develop a liking for colored contacts, intriguingly dyed hair, and costume antics. All in good fun of course. So, that everyone can have fun safely, good eyesight becomes much needed on All Hallows’ Eve when ghosts and goblins […]

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