Eye Care

Your Eyes & Allergies – Part 1


We hear it a lot this time of year: Allergies and eyes. Here are a few tips to help you tackle eye allergies: Take a Hands-Off Approach It’s hard not to touch them, but it’ll only make things worse. Rubbing causes mast cells to release more of those itch-causing chemicals. These things can help: If [...]

Your Eyes & Allergies – Part 12023-03-20T15:26:10+00:00

February 28th: Rare Disease Day


Rare Disease Day may be one of February’s lesser-known holidays, but it is equally important to educate yourself about rare diseases on February 28th and throughout the year! While you’re probably familiar with some rare eye diseases, such as cataracts and glaucoma, but there are several other common diseases that can affect your eyes and [...]

February 28th: Rare Disease Day2023-02-14T22:09:20+00:00

Our 2023 Resolutions


We have heard all the New Year’s resolutions; quit smoking, lose weight, and stop cursing.  One we don’t hear often enough is a resolution to take better care of your eyes. According to Dr. Barr, “As we age, our eyes do too, and often require an elevated level of care.  Cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, and [...]

Our 2023 Resolutions2023-01-23T17:42:18+00:00

Fall Eye Care Tips


Practice Precautions for Fall Activities Whether you’re trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins, or raking leaves, you’ll want to practice a few precautions with any seasonal activity to prevent eye injuries. If you’re raking the leaves, make sure you wear protective eye gear to keep dirt and particles from getting in your eyes. If you’re painting your face [...]

Fall Eye Care Tips2022-08-09T15:51:06+00:00
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