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From The New York Times: Seeing Really Is Believing — How cataract surgery changed my life.

Read this first hand account from the New York Times on how cataract surgery changed Jennifer Finney Boylan's life. She is a contributing opinion writer, a professor of English at Barnard College, and the author of the novel “Long Black Veil.” [button text="Read Now" link="https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/20/opinion/seeing-really-is-believing.html?emc=edit_th_190321&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=443968880321" style="default" size="normal" target="_blank" display="inline" icon="no"]
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Eye Color & Genetics

Ever wonder why your eyes are blue, green, brown, or somewhere in between? The colored part of your eye, the Iris, contains pigmentation which determines our eye color. Your parents pass on chromosomes which combine to customize your eye color. How eye color develops Eye color is not as simple as other genetic traits. Three…
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Combating Dry Eye Syndrome

Do you experience itchy, burning, or dry eyes? You may be suffering from dry eye syndrome. Tears are necessary for overall eye health and clear vision, when there is insufficient moisture on the surface of the eye it can cause discomfort. Let's looks at some common causes of dry eye syndrome, symptoms, and risk factors.…
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Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight

Did you know, nearly 2.2 million people in the United States are affected by glaucoma?* Due to the lack of symptoms in the early stages of glaucoma, almost half of Americans with glaucoma do not know they have it; causing glaucoma to be the second leading cause of blindness in the United States and worldwide.…
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