Feed Your Eyes This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for food, food, and more food! From turkey to stuffing, pumpkin pie and more, Thanksgiving gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, ‘I am stuffed’. But food does more than just fuel us, it also aids in our overall health. I’m sure we’ve all heard that carrots are good for […]

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LASIK called safest, most successful elective procedure in the world

Dr. Bucci just returned from AAO where world leaders in Ophthalmology gather to share industry advancements and techniques. The following was presented by his college Dr. Donnenfeld. Meeting News American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting LASIK called safest, most successful elective procedure in the world  November 10, 2017 Eric D. Donnenfeld NEW ORLEANS — The latest […]

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Help Us Help A Veteran

What is America’s VetDogs ? Mission: To help those who have served our country honorably live with dignity and independence. America’s VetDogs, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, was founded in 2003 by the Guide Dog Foundation to train and provide assistance dogs to change the lives of those who have served our country honorably. VetDogs has […]

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Costume Contacts for Halloween

Have you ever seen someone with eyes that glow in the dark, or that have their favorite sports team logo on them? These Costume Contacts  have become increasingly popular since colored contacts began adorning individual’s eyes, and they become even more prevalent around Halloween. According to the FDA, these contacts are not over the counter, as […]

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Generation Active

Generation Active is a group not defined by their age, but instead by their actions. The over 100 million consumers in the United States that exercise two or more times per week are classified as being a part of Generation Active. This new wave of people do not look at fitness as a fad, but […]

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Computer Vision Syndrome

The average American worker spends 7 hours a day on the computer 138 million Americans now regularly read on digital devices 85 million adults spend half of their waking hours on a digital device These facts are staggering, and are in no way projected to decrease with the constant rise of technology in our society. […]

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#WhyiLASIK

LASIK stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, and has been in practice since the late 90’s. This procedure is the number one elective surgery in the country as it caters to a wide range of vision problems-nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Though LASIK can be performed conventionally by the surgeon creating the flap in the cornea, there […]

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Dry Eye Awareness Month

Constantly rubbing dry, itching, burning eyes is uncomfortable, and applying drops non stop in order to feel any sort of relief can become a hassle. That is why July is Dry Eye Awareness Month, to inform and bring attention to this all to common disease affecting an estimated 4.88 million Americans age 50 and older. About […]

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