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Healthy Vision Month!

Eating right can help lower your risk of eye conditions that cause blindness. Load up on leafy greens, cold water fish like salmon and citrus fruit. Learn more about how these foods can protect your eyes: #HealthyVisionMonth

Healthy Vision Month!

It’s Healthy Vision Month! Learn about aging eyes and what easy steps you can take to keep your eyes healthy as you age:

Healthy Vision Month- May 2021

May is Healthy Vision Month. Here are our top tips for keeping your eyes healthy:  #HealthyVisionMonth

20 Worst Things for Your Eyes

CLICK HERE to see the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s article “20 Worst Things for Your Eyes”

Seniors Vision Problems

Among seniors, vision problems are one of the most significant contributors to loss of independence. Maintain your freedom with these sight-saving habits: Click here

When Should I Get My Eye Exam?

Did you know that you should have a baseline comprehensive eye exam at least by age 40? Find out why here

Healthy Eyes

Eating right, exercising often and seeing your ophthalmologist regularly will help keep you healthy as you grow older. See how healthy lives = healthy eyes here


Finding it harder to read that smartphone up close? Around age 40, most people will start to experience “presbyopia” which literally means “aging eye.” Click here to learn more about what’s happening to your eyes from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Firework Eye Safety

June is Firework Eye Safety Month! Here is an Article from the American Academy of Ophthalmology on how to keep your family and friends safe around fireworks.…/tips-pr…/injuries-fireworks-eye-safety

Hospital de la Familia

Dr. Geoffrey Emerick and a team of medical professionals will be heading to Guatemala this week to perform eye exams and surgery. This is Dr. Emerick’s 10th time volunteering at the Hospital de la Familia. For more information, watch the following video or visit their website at to see how you can join… Read More

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