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How Well Do You See In Low Light Conditions?

While many people feel uncomfortable driving at night, most of us don’t think about how well we are able to see during the evening. According to Optometry and Vision Science, a simple testing method has been developed to identify people who have decreased visual acuity (clarity or sharpness of vision) under these lower light conditions.
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Living with Low Vision: There Are Options

Living with low vision is scary, but possible. Here's how.

Learning you have a detrimental eye health issue is a terrifying thing. Many people who learn that they’re facing vision loss or who start to experience vision loss often feel scared, lost, and even hopeless and depressed. However, there are several options to help those with vision loss continue to live their lives to their fullest potential. Continue reading Living with Low Vision: There Are Options

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD): Top 5 Google Questions Answered

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a complicated eye health issue and usually presents a lot of questions and concerns. In this video, our Scientific Advisory Board helped us answer the top 5 most commonly googled questions about AMD. Continue reading Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD): Top 5 Google Questions Answered

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EyePromise® Restore vs. AREDS 2 Plus

The growing number of Americans over 50 means that more people are at risk for age-related eye health concerns.

Affecting nearly 11 million Americans, age-related eye health issues are the leading cause of vision impairment in people over 50. As you may know, many people have risk factors indicating a heightened chance for developing these issues, but most don’t know until it’s too late. It’s critical to educate patients about these risk factors, what vision changes to look for, and what they can do. Continue reading EyePromise® Restore vs. AREDS 2 Plus

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A New Way to Look at Age-Related Eye Health Concerns

The growing number of Americans over 50 means that more people are at risk for age-related eye health concerns.Age-related eye health concerns are an increasing problem in the US. With an aging population, the number of patients coming through eye care practices that have a risk for or have developed age-related eye health concerns continues to grow. According to the National Eye Institute, the number of Americans suffering from these concerns will have grown to 3.66 million, almost a 60% increase from 2010. That number is projected to increase to just under 5.5 million by 2050. Continue reading A New Way to Look at Age-Related Eye Health Concerns

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Make Your Vision a Priority This Year

Great customer service can help build a loyal patient base.

New Year’s resolutions can be daunting. From shedding pounds to waking up earlier, these things take discipline. But, some life-changes are easier to make than others.
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