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Presbyopia is a normal aging change in which the crystalline lens of your eye increases in size and loses its elasticity and flexibility. This results in an inability to focus on objects up close.
"Here's my healthy and delicious alternative to store-bought potato chips. It is low in sodium, baked (not fried) and an overall healthier snack to eat. It uses a few simple ingredients and it is very quick to make as well."
"This salad is great as a lunch or served as a side dish to grilled salmon. It contains high amounts of eye healthy nutrients including lutein, zeaxanthin, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc and fiber."
Explaining the effects of UV exposure on adults and children. As well as providing tips to protect yourself and your children from the sun.
Ocular melanoma is a type of cancer in the cells that have pigment within the eye. Just as melanoma can develop on the skin, it can also develop inside of the eye.
Having knowledge about glaucoma and seeing your optometrist regularly for comprehensive eye exams is one of the best ways to protect your eyes from glaucoma and other eye diseases.
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