Managing Your Health as a Remote Worker

Remote work has transformed the workforce in the last few years — but not all changes are for the better. The Integrated Benefits Institute recently found that remote workers have higher rates of anxiety and depression compared to in-person workers, and Stanford University reported a close relationship between remote work and a sedentary lifestyle. Remote…

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A Comprehensive Guide to Vision Care for Veterans

Navigating healthcare as a veteran can get tricky — especially if you need specialized eye care. Many veterans experience health issues that directly stem from their time in the service, and this can include a multitude of conditions that affect their vision. From exposure to hazardous environments to the physical strain of active duty, the…

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Does a YAG Laser Capsulotomy Cause Floaters?

If you’ve recently had cataract surgery and begin to develop hazy vision, it may be a symptom of a posterior capsule opacification (PCO). This condition is treated with a YAG laser capsulotomy, a common procedure that improves vision and decreases haziness that can sometimes develop following cataract surgery.  This procedure uses a laser right here…

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The Best Reasons to Consider LASIK and Change Your Life for the Better

Ever thought about getting LASIK? A lot of people dream of better vision and doing away with pesky glasses and contact lenses. But they may be hesitant to take the steps towards getting LASIK, either due to money or fear of what the procedure entails. But what you may not realize is LASIK is an…

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Can I Get Rid of My Readers After Refractive Lens Exchange?

Do you need to use reading glasses to see things with tiny print, like the newspaper? You’re not alone. Many people over the age of 40 struggle with presbyopia. Presbyopia is a condition that makes it harder to see up close. Aging causes the natural lens inside the eye to lose flexibility. When this happens,…

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Do You Have Presbyopia? Here’s Why Vuity is a Game Changer

Have you recently started needing reading glasses when you complete tasks right in front of you? Presbyopia is a common age-related eye condition that makes it challenging to focus up-close. Many, if not most, adults over the age of 45 have some degree of presbyopia. As much as it’s frustrating, presbyopia is also a very…

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Can Getting LASIK Improve My Allergy Symptoms?

It’s spring, which for many people only means one thing: allergies. With pollen floating through the air and on things like your car, clothes, and even your pet, it can be rough if it gets in your eyes. Tree pollen allergies are among the most common allergies and affect millions of people every year. But…

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What are the Benefits of the Vivity IOL?

Are you about to have cataract surgery? If so, you can look forward to finally regaining your vision by having your cataracts removed. But to remove your cataracts, you have to have your natural lens where they formed taken out as well. When you have your natural lens removed, it’s replaced with an artificial lens…

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4 Ways You Never Knew LASIK Could Change Your Life

Are you tired of feeling like glasses and contacts hold you back? Does it seem like visual aids do nothing but cause you frustration? If you’re a good candidate, LASIK is truly a life-altering procedure. When you get LASIK, there’s an excellent chance you could end up with 20/20 vision or better, eliminating the need…

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Are Phakic IOLs and Implantable Collamer Lenses the Same?

Do you want to achieve freedom from glasses and contact lenses? While LASIK and other laser vision correction procedures are the most well-known, other procedures can also correct your vision. Some of these surgeries are slightly more invasive than LASIK, but they are often a good alternative for those who aren’t good LASIK candidates. These…

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