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When to Resume Exercise After an Eye Surgery or Injury

Written By: Daniel Porter   Reviewed By: J Kevin McKinney MD, G Atma Vemulakonda, MD Mar. 16, 2021 How will eye surgery or an eye condition will impact your fitness routine?  That’s a great question!  I know you want to stay active, some exercise may do more harm than...

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FAQ: Cataracts

FAQ: Cataracts

Think you may be at risk for developing cataracts? Here is an overview of the most frequently asked questions about cataracts, including potential cataract treatment and congenital cataracts. Give our office a call and schedule an appointment to have your questions...

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Dr. White talks to The Washington Post

You’re not imagining it. Masks can make your eyes feel dry. Here’s what to do. “Mask-associated dry eye” is an emerging phenomenon, but experts say the condition is easily managed and should not be a reason to stop wearing face coverings. Excerpt: The...

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Vision Development and Children

Vision Development and Children

Childhood is a critical time for vision development. Nearly 80% of what a child learns in school is presented visually. Arguably making vision the most important of the five senses. Visual skills start developing during pregnancy and continue to evolve and develop as...

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Eye Allergies in Every Season

Eye Allergies in Every Season

Eye allergies are caused by the same substances that give you a runny nose and sneezing. Individuals with seasonal allergies typically experience various reactions to their allergens such as sneezing, itchy eyes, or a headache. Symptoms of eye allergies include...

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Dry Eye Awareness Month!

It’s Dry Eye Awareness Month! Listen to Dr. White and other eye doctors talk about their own Dry Eye!   It’s Dry Eye Awareness Month! This original video features 10 leading eye doctors – optometrists and ophthalmologists – who both treat and suffer from dry eye...

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Prevent Glaucoma: Regular Eye Exams

Prevent Glaucoma: Regular Eye Exams

Did you know, half of Americans with glaucoma don’t know they have it? Glaucoma is often called a silent thief of sight because the early stages often have no symptoms. In the US glaucoma is the second-leading cause of blindness. What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is an eye...

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Prescription, Polarized, and Performance Sunglasses

Prescription, Polarized, and Performance Sunglasses

Sunglasses help protect your eyes from the harmful UV rays from the sun. The most important feature to look for in sunglasses is blocking 100% of UVA and UVB rays. However, there are many other features of sunglasses you can select to meet the needs of your lifestyle....

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