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3 Ways To Reduce Your Symptoms Of Digital Eye Strain

3 Ways To Reduce Your Symptoms Of Digital Eye Strain

Created on: Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Pretty much everyone uses computers or digital devices for something today. We are constantly exposed to digital screens either at work or in our personal lives and this constant exposure can lead to some eye strain over time. Not a lot of people are familiar with the issues of digital eye strain, even though they could be suffering from it on a daily basis.

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Donate Non-Perishable Food Items and be Eligible to Receive FREE Optomap

Donate Non-Perishable Food Items and be Eligible to Receive FREE Optomap

Created on: Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Looking into the future, in the middle of October, we will be collecting food items for the Food Pantry to help those less fortunate have a nice Thanksgiving. If you bring in 3 or more non-perishable food items you will be eligible to receive a FREE Optomap!

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Kendall Shepard Eye Center was able to participate in the Lompoc Valley Medical Center Colorthon

Kendall Shepard Eye Center was able to participate in the Lompoc Valley Medical Center Colorthon

Created on: Thursday, October 13, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

This year the staff at Kendall Shepard Eye Center was able to participate in the Lompoc Valley Medical Center (LVMC) Colorthon. There were 14 staff and 4 family members that joined in on the fun!

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4 Quick Fixes for Your Eye Nutrition

4 Quick Fixes for Your Eye Nutrition

Created on: Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Most people try to eat healthy and take their daily vitamins, but it is easy to forget and cut corners when you’ve had a busy week. It is easy to take our eyes for granted, but they are the second most physiologically active part of our bodies—second only to the brain! This means our eyes required approximately 25% of the nutrients we take in daily to remain healthy. With this blog, we are going to talk about some easy things that can be done to your daily diet to help boost your eyes nutrition.

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How You Should Be Protecting Yourself from the Sun

How You Should Be Protecting Yourself from the Sun

Created on: Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Do you like to spend a lot of time outdoors? Spending time in the sun, camping, hiking—these are all things that are great outdoors activities, but it is important to make sure you are taking the right steps to protecting yourself from the sun’s rays. Most people know to protect their skin from the sun, but the dangers the suns ultraviolent (UV) rays pose to your eyes are much less common knowledge.

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Dr. Goodman First to Implant New Symfony Intraocular Lens in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties

Dr. Goodman First to Implant New Symfony Intraocular Lens in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties

Created on: Friday, September 23, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Shepard Eye Center ophthalmologist, Randall Goodman, MD was the first to implant the new Tecnis® Symfony intraocular lens in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties. Jose, a restaurant owner from Beaumont, California was happy to travel the distance for the expertise and front line technology offered by Shepard Eye Center. The new lens is the latest new technology implantable lens to offer an extended range of vision. Ten minutes after the 10 minute surgery Jose was already happy with his distance, intermediate and near focus without glasses.

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Researchers Identify 3 New Eye Complications Related to the Zika Virus

Researchers Identify 3 New Eye Complications Related to the Zika Virus

Created on: Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Research conducted by scientists studying infants with the Zika virus in Brazil have discovered new dangerous eye complications that can be linked to the virus. These eye complications can lead to possible severe vision loss and even possibly complete vision loss. Three Brazilian infants that have microcephaly—a birth defect caused by Zika that causes shrunken heads and brains in newborns—have been observed of also having hemorrhaging, abnormal blood vessel development and retinal lesions. This has never been observed before by researchers.

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Dr. Goodman chosen as a member of the Board of Directors at SEE International

Dr. Goodman chosen as a member of the Board of Directors at SEE International

Created on: Tuesday, September 06, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Congratulations go out to our own Dr. Goodman for being chosen as a member of the Board of Directors at SEE International! This is an incredible accomplishment that makes the Shepard Eye family very proud.

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Study Suggests Women Are More at Risk of Developing Serious Myopic Complications

Study Suggests Women Are More at Risk of Developing Serious Myopic Complications

Created on: Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

A recent study was conducted that determined a large number of adults in America suffered from extreme nearsightedness (myopia)—9.6 million adults to be exact. Of that staggering number, 820,000 of those people suffer from degenerative eye disease and another 41,000 people deal with a serious vision complication which is called myopic choroidal neovascularization—which can cause permanent vision loss, women in particular seem to be more susceptible.

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Four Back-to-School Eye Health Recommendations

Four Back-to-School Eye Health Recommendations

Created on: Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

It is that time of year again! Back-to-School! Millions of parents around the country are rushing to stores to buy all the newest school supplies and outfits. While you are going through your list of school supplies make sure to not skip your child’s eye health.

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Colorblindness: What it Means to be “Colorblind”

Colorblindness: What it Means to be “Colorblind”

Created on: Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Having poor color vision is a problem that is more common than you would think. Most people refer to having poor color vision as suffering from “colorblindness,” however, there are different levels at which you can be “colorblind.” People who only see in black and white and experience true “colorblindness” are incredibly rare.

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Cataracts: Why They Occur and When You Should Call Your Eye Doctor

Cataracts: Why They Occur and When You Should Call Your Eye Doctor

Created on: Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Cataracts occur when the eyes natural lens becomes clouded with clumped up proteins. These proteins block light as it enters your eye which causes your vision to become gradually more blurry and if left unchecked could result in complete loss of vision.

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4 Leafy Greens That Are Good For Your Sight

4 Leafy Greens That Are Good For Your Sight

Created on: Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Eating healthy is generally associated with maintaining good heart health, but in all actuality eating healthy helps out a lot more than your heart. Your eyes actually benefit from good nutrition as much as the rest of your body. Many turn to the use of nutritional supplements to help with eye nutrition, but there are some great natural sources of nutrition available that can be easily worked into your diet. Dark leafy greens tend to be some of the best sources of vitamins and nutrients for your eyes.

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Styes: Should You Be Concerned?

Styes: Should You Be Concerned?

Created on: Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

I'm sure at some point you've felt the nagging discomfort of having a stye on your eyelid. Styes are similar to a pimple, but they form on your upper or lower eyelid. The stye inflammation of the eyelid can be caused by a couple things—either an oil duct is blocked up on your eyelid, or germs such as a staphylococcal bacterium have been trapped with dead skin cells on the eyelid. Usually, styes are never more than a superficial frustration, but they can form deeper in the eyelid.

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Aging Eyes? Here are 5 Things to Look Out For

Aging Eyes? Here are 5 Things to Look Out For

Created on: Thursday, May 26, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Aging is an inescapable reality for us adults. Age affects us all, and it affects every part of our bodies as well—this includes your eyes. It is easy for us to forget that our eyes are affected by age just like our skin and our hair. As we get older our eyes became more susceptible to certain eye diseases, particularly if we have other health conditions, such as diabetes.

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How Computer Screens Can Affect Your Vision

How Computer Screens Can Affect Your Vision

Created on: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Computers have revolutionized how we do things in our daily lives. In today's world we use computers for almost everything—we use them to do our jobs, communicate, navigate, invest, manage, etc... It is now hard to imagine how we could get by without computers because of the many amazing things they allow us to do, but what does all this exposure to digital screens mean for our eyes?

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5 Tips to Help Protect Your Vision in a Digital World

5 Tips to Help Protect Your Vision in a Digital World

Created on: Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

In an increasingly digital world issues such as digital eye strain are becoming more prevalent than ever before. The use of digital devices has become so ingrained in our day-to-day lives that we would have trouble surviving without them both professionally and personally. Every year that goes by we become even more dependent on these devices, so digital eye strain can only grow as an issue.

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Top 5 Ways to Help Your Eye Health and Reduce Risks of Vision Loss

Top 5 Ways to Help Your Eye Health and Reduce Risks of Vision Loss

Created on: Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Currently, over 20 million Americans are dealing with serious vision loss conditions. While some eye diseases are caused by genetics and family history, many of them can be prevented by simply taking a few steps to protect your vision and improve your overall health. Living a healthy lifestyle can help to reduce your chances of developing future vision loss.

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What Does It Mean To Have A Color Vision Deficiency?

What Does It Mean To Have A Color Vision Deficiency?

Created on: Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Color vision deficiency or, as it is more commonly known, color blindness, occurs when you are unable to perceive a wide spectrum of colors that the eye should be able to see. Color blindness can affect people at a variety of different levels, some may just only be unable to discern shades of red and green while others might see the world only in shades of grey. The most common color blindness affliction is the inability to discern shades of red and green, but a small percentage of people who suffer from color blindness will only see the world in black and white.

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3 Ways To Protect Your Vision In The Office

3 Ways To Protect Your Vision In The Office

Created on: Monday, March 14, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Digital eye strain is a rapidly growing issue in today's computer reliant world. If you work in an office, chances are you will be spending quite some time in front of a computer screen which can cause your eyes to strain. In fact, 70 percent of Americans who work with computers on a daily basis deal with symptoms of digital eye strain. Luckily, there are some precautions you can take to help prevent digital eye strain and protect your vision.

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5 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Vision From Macular Degeneration

5 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Vision From Macular Degeneration

Created on: Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a very common eye condition among senior citizens. AMD damages your central vision, which makes it difficult to recognize faces, write, read, paint, and do really anything that involves making out the small details. This makes it a real problem for the older crowd.

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Cataracts Affect More Than Just The Elderly

Cataracts Affect More Than Just The Elderly

Created on: Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Cataracts are the number one causes of blindness in the world. The first thing you probably think of when you hear the word “cataracts” is the elderly. It is understandable why that would be the case, because cataracts are most commonly seen in the elderly, but you don't need to be elderly to develop them—in fact, babies can be born with cataracts.

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Plan Ahead, Prepare For Summer Travel With LASIK

Plan Ahead, Prepare For Summer Travel With LASIK

Created on: Friday, January 29, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

We don't think it too early to start planning ahead for future summer travel. Traveling with corrective lenses like eyeglasses or contacts can be a real pain! You always have to pack an extra pair, just in case something happens to your current pair, and you are always concerned about losing them—after all, your travel plans would be ruined if you couldn't see anything clearly. So why not ditch the lenses and experience the freedom of living with clear vision with LASIK?

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5 Common Contact Lens Blunders That Should Be Avoided

5 Common Contact Lens Blunders That Should Be Avoided

Created on: Thursday, January 28, 2016
Author: Shepard Eye Center

If you are a contact lens user, then you might be at risk of developing an eye infection if you are not practicing good hygiene with your contact lenses. It is easy to cut corners when your contacts seem to become just another part of your daily routine.

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The Unseen Dangers on Your Glasses

The Unseen Dangers on Your Glasses

Created on: Monday, November 30, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

A little known fact about your glasses is that they can harbor bacteria which can irritate your eyes. This is due to bacteria and other eye-irritants making the transition from the environment to your hands and from your hands to your glasses and from your glasses to yo…—well you get the idea! Using your breath to clean your lenses can also expose your eyes to potentially irritating bacteria.

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Top 4 Myths About Your Eyes

Top 4 Myths About Your Eyes

Created on: Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about our eyes. I'm sure you've heard of the old myth where if someone hits you in the back of the head while you are crossing your eyes they will get stuck. Well, that is just one of the many silly myths that have come up over the years. The American Academy of Ophthalmology publishes a list of these myths on their website, but here is our “Top 4 Myths About Your Eyes.”

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Eye Protection: Are you taking the Proper Precautions?

Eye Protection: Are you taking the Proper Precautions?

Created on: Monday, October 26, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Every year over 2.5 million eye injuries are documented with 50,000 of them causing permanent vision loss of some level. Over 90% of these yearly eye injuries can be prevented using effective and accessible eye protection. Proper eye protection starts with safety glasses/goggles, always make sure to utilize these when doing anything that could involve floating particles that can get into your eyes.

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Favorite Intraocular Lens

Favorite Intraocular Lens

Created on: Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

My favorite intraocular lens is the Tecnis Multifocal.

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Are you a candidate for LASIK surgery? Find out TODAY!

Are you a candidate for LASIK surgery? Find out TODAY!

Created on: Thursday, October 15, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Shepard Eye Center is proud to announce our LASIK Self-Test! We take pride in providing the most honest evaluations possible and are excited to provide this service to you, free of charge!

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Early Warning Signs of Ocular Cancer

Early Warning Signs of Ocular Cancer

Created on: Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Ocular Cancer, commonly referred to as “eye cancer,” starts when healthy cells throughout the eye begin to experience uncontrollable change and grow, this causes the growth of tumors. While ocular cancer is rare there are two basic types of ocular cancer that you should be on the lookout for:

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Could a Cure for Blindness Exist? Early Testing by Scientists Looks Positive

Could a Cure for Blindness Exist? Early Testing by Scientists Looks Positive

Created on: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Having the ability to see is an impressive skill, but it isn’t magic. The eye is an incredible complex piece of biology that is a little different for every species on the planet. One concept that remains consistent throughout though is how vision works. Vision is the product of all the cones, rods, and photoreceptors within your eye working together to translate light into electrical signals, which are then sent to your brain.

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The Three Types of Cataracts and What you should be on the Lookout For

The Three Types of Cataracts and What you should be on the Lookout For

Created on: Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Most people over the age of 40 that suffer vision loss are developing cataracts. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness throughout the entire world. The number of cases of cataracts far eclipse the amount of glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy cases combined!

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Local doctors, nurses to provide medical aid in Fiji

Local doctors, nurses to provide medical aid in Fiji

Created on: Monday, August 31, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Local Lompoc nurses Katie Gorndt and Megan Branson departing for Fiji to provide medical aid in two weeks! For Gorndt, this will be the first time she has left the United States. What better reason than for an amazing cause?

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Allergies and What it Might Mean For Your Eyes

Allergies and What it Might Mean For Your Eyes

Created on: Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Allergies tend to be associated with a runny nose, scratchy throat, or just an increased level of sneezing, but allergy symptoms come in a lot of different varieties. Unfortunately for many, allergies can cause all types of discomfort for the eyes, ranging from swelling to a persistent itchy feeling.

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The Dangers Smoke Poses to Your Eyes

The Dangers Smoke Poses to Your Eyes

Created on: Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Wildfires can be an issue anywhere when there isn’t enough rain during the hot summer. If you live in California, then you most likely already know the dangers these wildfires pose to the ecosystem and neighboring towns. A lesser known fact about fire is that the smoke can be equally as detrimental to your health as the fire itself. Exposure to smoke can cause damage to your lungs, but did you that smoke can damage your eyes as well?

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Virtual Reality Headsets: Toys? Or Future Medical Tools?

Virtual Reality Headsets: Toys? Or Future Medical Tools?

Created on: Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think of virtual reality headsets is their function in the entertainment industry. Virtual reality is the new frontier of the entertainment world, but could there be more to the technology than meets the eye?

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The Danger Diabetes Presents to the Health of your Eyes

The Danger Diabetes Presents to the Health of your Eyes

Created on: Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Diabetes is a growing issue throughout the world, with an estimated 382 million people suffering from it in 2013. If not treated, diabetes can lead to other serious medical complications such as: ischemic heart disease, kidney failure, heart attack, and stroke—but did you know that diabetes can also affect your eyes?

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7 Different Foods That Are Good For Your Eyes

7 Different Foods That Are Good For Your Eyes

Created on: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Carrots are generally toted as the go-to vegetable for the eyes, but did you know that there are quite a few different foods out there that are said to promote good eye health? In this article we talk about some of these foods and how they can be beneficial to your daily diet.

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Common Misconceptions Regarding UV Safety

Common Misconceptions Regarding UV Safety

Created on: Monday, June 08, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Most people know to protect themselves from Ultraviolet (UV) rays using traditional sunblock because of increasing skin cancer awareness. It is a less common understanding when it comes to the dangers UV radiation poses to your eyes, but like skin cancer awareness, it is becoming a growing concern around the world. It is good to see a raised level of awareness surrounding these issues, but in regards to how and when you should protect yourself from the dangers of UV radiation, there are some common misconceptions. In this article you will learn some of these misconceptions.

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5 Tips to Protect Your Eyes This Summer

5 Tips to Protect Your Eyes This Summer

Created on: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

As the weather warms up, visions of sandy beaches, family picnics and outdoor adventures become reality, but with all that time outside, don't forget to keep your peepers protected from the serious dangers associated with UV rays. Just as we make the effort to protect our skin from sunburns, we should also make sure that our eyes are safeguarded as well so that we can maintain healthy vision for many summers to come.

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Important tips for contact lens wearers

Important tips for contact lens wearers

Created on: Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Are you one of the approximately 36 million Americans who wear contact lenses? Chances are that you went through a mini-course in proper hygiene with your eye doctor when you first obtained your prescription, but if you're being completely honest, any typical morning might involve waking up, getting dressed, brushing your teeth, throwing in your contact lenses and quickly drinking some coffee before heading out the door to greet the day. That all-too-quick minute used to put in your contact lenses may seem as insignificant and routine as choosing a travel mug for your morning coffee, but think about it, those lenses you are hastily placing in your eyes are custom-fitted, doctor-prescribed medical devices that should be given a whole lot more consideration.

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Proper nutrition and healthy habits promote good eye health

Proper nutrition and healthy habits promote good eye health

Created on: Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

We all know that proper nutrition is crucial in maintaining long-term wellness, and as more and more Americans tackle issues associated with obesity, such as heart disease, diabetes, and even premature death, it is becoming more evident that poor nutrition has a negative effect on health. Proper nutrition isn't just essential for your overall health, it's also important for the health of your eyes.

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Is there a connection between smartphones and eye strain?

Is there a connection between smartphones and eye strain?

Created on: Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

We probably all heard this one as a kid: "Don't sit too close to the TV or you'll strain your eyes!" Now fast forward to the age of smartphones, and everyone is constantly looking at a screen that's only a few inches away from their eyes.

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What are Cataracts?

What are Cataracts?

Created on: Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

As we grow older our bodies experience many different changes, and our eyes are no exception to this rule. Usually as we age and our vision becomes more blurred, we assume that we probably need new glasses with a stronger prescription, but in fact, cataracts may be the culprit behind our declined vision.

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Glaucoma and the Importance of Having Your Eyes Examined

Glaucoma and the Importance of Having Your Eyes Examined

Created on: Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases in which the optic nerve, which connects your eye to your brain, is damaged by the pressure of fluid inside your eye.

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Foods to help fight AMD

Foods to help fight AMD

Created on: Monday, February 16, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss for those aged 55 and older in the United States, affecting more than 10 million Americans. Age-related macular degeneration is caused by the deterioration of the central portion of the retina, the inside back layer of the eye that records images and sends them via the optic nerve from the eye to brain. The retina's central portion, known as the macular, is in charge of focusing central vision in the eye. It controls out ability to read, recognize faces and colors, drive a car, and see objects in fine detail.

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Nighttime Driving and Your Eyes

Nighttime Driving and Your Eyes

Created on: Monday, February 09, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Our days are darker earlier this time of year, which means more nighttime driving. According to a national survey, 32% of drivers reported that they have trouble seeing in the dark. Most of these drivers have a difficulty judging distance, identifying signs or exits, and struggle to see animals and pedestrians in roadways.

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Eye Health in the Office

Eye Health in the Office

Created on: Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Experiencing red or watery eyes, blurred vision or difficulty focusing after a day at work can often be the result of staring at a computer screen for eight or more hours. Office environments can certainly take their toll on your eyes. Here are some common symptoms and simple solutions to help maintain healthy vision during your work day.

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Eye Conditions Caused By Stress

Eye Conditions Caused By Stress

Created on: Friday, January 09, 2015
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Have you ever experienced an irritating eye twitch that just won't seem to end? How about dry eyes or blurred vision? Have you ever thought that these issues could be caused by stress? It's true, our eyes are an extension of our brain so whatever affects the various parts of our brain can actually interfere with our vision.

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Stop Rubbing Your Eyes

Stop Rubbing Your Eyes

Created on: Thursday, December 18, 2014
Author: Shepard Eye Center

Even though it is a very natural reaction to rub your eyes when they're feeling itchy, watery or otherwise irritated, it is important to keep your hands away from your eyes. Rubbing them can lead to eye injuries, infections or even damaged vision.

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Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the world, and cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgery in America. Cataracts, or clouding of the natural lens in the eye, affect over 50% of people over age 50 and over 70% of people over age 70. This is usually an age-related disease, although it can also result from eye trauma, steroid use, diabetes and other diseases.

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