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Allergies and Your Eyes

Created on: Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: eye allergies, pollen, sunglasses, disposable contacts, eyeglasses

March 20th marks the first official day of spring -- a day that many of us look forward to throughout the long winter months, but with spring's beautiful weather and blooming flowers comes seasonal allergies. High levels of pollen, dust and other irritants can leave eyes feeling less than stellar. Approximately one fifth of all Americans suffer from eye allergies leaving them with itchy, swollen, watery, and red eyes.

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March is Workplace Eye Safety Awareness Month

Created on: Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: workplace eye safety awareness month, eye injuries, prevention, protective eye wear

Over 2,000 eye injuries occur each day on job sites across the U.S. and one in ten of those injuries required missed days of works to recover. Of the total amount of work-related eye injuries that occur, 10 to 20 percent will cause temporary or permanent vision loss. While many think that eye injuries only occur in construction, trade or manufacturing jobs, nearly 40% of work-related eye injuries happen in healthcare facilities, offices, laboratories and other similar work environments. Safety experts and eye care providers agree that the right eye protection could have lessened the severity of these injuries or even prevented 90% of them.

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February is Low Vision Awareness Month

Created on: Monday, February 16, 2015
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: low vision, visual impairment, low vision devices, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, amd, cataracts

The month of February is Low Vision Awareness Month. What exactly is low vision? Low vision describes significant visual impairment that isn't correctable through glasses, medication, eye surgery or contact lenses. It's often characterized by partial sight such as blind spots, tunnel vision or blurred vision. The most common causes of low vision in the United States are glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts. There are several other causes of low vision as well such as strokes, traumatic brain injury and other diseases.

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Tips to Help Reduce Eyestrain

Created on: Monday, February 09, 2015
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: eyestrain, ergonomics, computer use, vision

Many of us use computers for many, if not all, of our work-related tasks. Constantly staring at a computer screen can cause eyestrain, which has become a major problem for many. Studies show that eyestrain occurs in 50 to 90 percent of those who use a computer for work.

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Dilated Eye Exams

Created on: Friday, January 23, 2015
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: dilated eye exams, eye health, diabetes, glaucoma, eye diseases, macular degeneration

You might think that because your vision is fine that your eyes are healthy, but visiting Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C. for a comprehensive dilated eye exam is the only way to be absolutely certain. During your visit both of your eyes will be closely examined for any signs of vision problems and eye diseases. The dilation of your eyes is a very important part of your comprehensive eye exam as it helps your doctor to get a clear picture of both your eye health and your overall well-being.

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Join us for our LASIK Vision Correction & Cosmetic Seminar on Tuesday, February 24th!

Created on: Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: lasik, vision correction, cosmetic, seminar

Join Long Island Eye, Surgical Care P.C. for a special evening on Tuesday, February 24th for our LASIK Vision Correction & Cosmetic Seminar. Beginning at 6:30pm Dr. Shetal Shah will answer all of your questions about LASIK vision correction and Dr. Neil Nichols will be discussing treatments that will have you looking and feeling fabulous!

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New Year's Resolutions for Your Eyes

Created on: Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: resolutions, eye health, eye exams, sunglasses, cataracts, diabetes, photokeratitis, glaucoma

Happy New Year to all of you! With the start of 2015 comes resolutions to be the best that we can be in the New Year. Many of us make goals related to health or exercise -- losing weight is one of the most common New Year's resolutions, but one part of our body that tends to get overlooked is our eyes. This year, whether you're looking to eat healthier, lose weight or bulk up; make it a point to get your eyes into the action.

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Stop Rubbing Your Eyes

Created on: Thursday, December 18, 2014
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: rubbing eyes, eye injuries, infections, vision damage, keratoconus, eye drops, eye exams

Even though it is a very natural reaction to rub your eyes when they're feeling itchy, watery or otherwise irritated, it is important to keep your hands away from your eyes. Rubbing them can lead to eye injuries, infections or even damaged vision.

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What is Presbyopia?

Created on: Friday, December 05, 2014
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: presbyopia, aging, eyesight, vision, eye health

One of the most common side effects of getting older is the loss of near perfect vision. All of a sudden you find yourself having to squint to see certain things, causing stress, eye strain and an overall feeling of annoyance. This decline in close-up vision is caused by a condition known as presbyopia, which can have a direct impact on your daily life. Without adequate vision correction, you can find yourself struggling to read important text on medicine bottles or on receipts.

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Don't Take Your Vision For Granted

Created on: Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Author: Long Island Eye Surgical Care, P.C.

Tags: eye health, quality of life, cataracts, diabetes, comprehensive eye exams, amd

It's easy for many of us to take our physical health for granted. Running, jumping and even climbing stairs doesn't seem like a task until you've sprained an ankle or even broken a bone or torn an ACL. Similarly, having healthy vision is something so taken for granted by many of us that it tends to recede into the back of our minds until one day our eyesight isn't as crystal clear as we remember.

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