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Effects of Exercise on Your Vision

Posted January 18, 2021
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It’s the time of year when we all lace up our shoes, renew that gym membership, or sign up with a trainer. Exercise resolutions can be hard to keep, but we all want a slimmer waistline, a chance to destress, and a way to stay healthy. Not only does exercise help with obesity, arthritis, and Read more…

Astaxanthin: the Supernutrient in Preventative Eye Care

Posted December 29, 2020
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Did you know approximately eighty percent of all vision impairments may be avoidable and that many eye diseases are actually preventable? This may be surprising but when given the right resources, our eyes can heal themselves. One of the most important things your eyes need to heal are antioxidants, the most powerful of which is Read more…

Managing Dry Eye Syndrome This Winter

Posted November 23, 2020
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Dry eye syndrome is the most common complaint eye doctors receive. It affects between 5 to 30 percent of those 50 and up. While some who experience dry eye syndrome only notice symptoms at certain times, others are plagued constantly. But whether you have seasonal or chronic dry eye syndrome, talk to your doctor immediately Read more…

Leaf Peeping in the New River Valley

Posted October 26, 2020
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Autumn has settled upon us! These chilled temperatures are leaving the trees of the New River Valley awash in reds, oranges, and yellows. Healthy vision is such a blessing and it is an even greater one when surrounded by such beautiful landscapes. This autumn, make some amazing memories with your family and try leaf peeping! Read more…

Computer Vision Syndrome and What To Do About It

Posted September 17, 2020
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The average American spends seven hours on a computer every day. Our work, classes, entertainment, shopping, and communication all require the use of a computer, phone, or tablet. The amount of time spent on these devices increases every year, but particularly this year as Covid-19 keeps people home and schools online. This prolonged exposure to Read more…

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