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Protect Your Eyes from Ultraviolet Rays

Cumulative exposure over time to UV rays can burn the cornea (white portion) of your eyes. The tissues can become inflamed when sunburned, and later in life individuals may experience benign growths on the surface of the eye, skin cancer on the eyelid, formation of cataracts or possibly macular degeneration.

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Focusing on Cataracts

Medical professionals describe cataracts as a clouding of the natural lens, the part of the eye responsible for focusing light and producing clear, sharp images. Unfortunately, many people are not aware that cataracts are forming on their eyes because they develop gradually over time without causing any pain or discomfort.

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Are You at Risk for an Eye Infection?

If you’ve experienced red, itchy eyes, you may have wondered whether it’s a symptom of allergies or dry eyes or a more serious condition, such as an eye infection. Here is an overview of the symptoms associated with both types of ailments.

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Should You Consider LASIK?

LASIK is designed to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. The past decade has produced significant advancements in LASIK surgery, including the development of increasingly sophisticated laser technology tools.

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Eye Safety - Farm Equipment - Farm Safety Week

Take Precautions to Reduce Eye Injuries

Each year there are more than 7,500 eye injuries on American farms. Although human eyes are durable and the structure of the face helps protect the eyes from many injuries, accidents occur that can damage the eye and result in possible vision loss.

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