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    • 08 AUG 16
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    Optometrist vs. Ophthalmologist vs. Optician: Understanding the Differences.

    Optometrist vs. Ophthalmologist vs. Optician: Understanding the Differences.

    You are starting to have eye problems – blurred vision, eyestrain, headaches – and your insurance says it will pay for an ophthalmologist, optometrist or an optician, but what is the difference? Which eyecare professional should you look to for help with your particular vision problems? Take a look below to decide. OPTOMETRIST: The term

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    • 02 AUG 16
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    A Few Common Optometry Myths Debunked

    A Few Common Optometry Myths Debunked

    From a young age, you might have heard about all sorts of things that damage or strengthen our eyes. The truth, however, may be a little different. Here are some of the myths: Reading in dim light harms your vision” Reading without proper lighting can cause your eyes to work a little harder than usual so they

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    • 25 JUL 16
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    How Parents Can Take Extra Care Of Their Children’s Eyesight

    How Parents Can Take Extra Care Of Their Children’s Eyesight

    Parents always want the best for their kids. They want their kids to be healthy, happy and successful. A critical part of a child’s development is healthy eyes and vision. In order to safeguard the long- term sight of their children, parents need to ensure routine eye checks and vision care part of their children’s medical care. It

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    • 18 JUL 16
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    Exercises Advised by Optometrists to Improve Vision

    Exercises Advised by Optometrists to Improve Vision

    The number of people wearing contact lenses and glasses has increased drastically over the last two decades. This can be attributed to increased TV watching and computer usage. Defective eyesight is acquired and few people are born with visual abnormalities. However, there is good news: your vision can be improved without wearing glasses. Your eyes

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