By Patricia M. Fulmer, OD, FAAOLegacy Vision Center Spring has sprung, and while it’s easy to love the beauty of the season, the pollen that accompanies it is unwelcome. At Legacy Vision Center, this time of year brings complaints of itching, burning, watering and/or red eyes with the assumption that the culprit is allergies. Many … Continue reading Watering and Burning and Itching, Oh My!
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The Eyes are the Window to Your Body?
By Dr. Patricia FulmerOwnerLegacy Vision Center Why Annual Comprehensive Eye Exams are So Important We’ve all heard the adage “The eyes are the window to the soul” …but have you ever really stopped to think about what your eyes are saying about you? Sure, they can communicate to the world when you’re happy or sad, … Continue reading The Eyes are the Window to Your Body?
Why Are My Eyes Red?
By Dr. Alana CokerR City Eye Care Many different causes can contribute to red eyes, but the most common is Dry Eye Disease (DED). When DED is the cause of redness, the eyes may be constantly red or become increasingly red throughout the day. Typically, patients with DED will also feel that their eyes are … Continue reading Why Are My Eyes Red?
I Spy an Itchy Eye
By Dr. Alana Coker O.D.R City Eye Care It’s that time of year again. Birds are chirping, leaves are returning to the trees, flowers are blooming, and everything is covered in a thick, yellow dust. This pollen bomb often leads to weeks or even months of suffering through allergy symptoms that can range from mild … Continue reading I Spy an Itchy Eye
Keys to Visual Comfort in a Digital World
By Dr. Rica McRoy, and Dr. Alana CokerR City Eye Care Do you remember hearing or even giving the warning, “Don’t sit too close to the TV! You will ruin your eyes?” A story published in Life’s Little Mysteries traces the origin of this concern back to the 1950’s when some television sets emitted radiation … Continue reading Keys to Visual Comfort in a Digital World