Intracoastal Eye News

The Proper Use and Care of Contacts

09.05.2019

In last month’s blog post about preserving eye health and clear vision, Dr. Gregory Johnson and the team at Intracoastal …

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Healthy Habits for a Lifetime of Good Vision

08.06.2019

Dr. Gregory Johnson of Intracoastal Eye has seen first-hand how losing precious vision to an eye disease can change a …

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Could Your Headaches Be Due to Eye Problems?

07.07.2019

If you suffer from frequent headaches or migraines, you may be surprised to learn that the issue can stem from …

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What Makes the Eyes Sensitive to Light?

06.07.2019

Light sensitivity, or photophobia, is a condition in which exposure to light hurts people’s eyes. People with photophobia may experience …

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Do You Know Your Glaucoma Risk Factors?

05.14.2019

Glaucoma, which is nicknamed “the silent thief of sight,” can occur in anyone at any age. However, some people are …

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Why Eye Exams Are Important for People with Diabetes

04.13.2019

Diabetes increases your risk for several serious eye conditions. You should get eye exams regularly because early detection of these …

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Signs Your OTC Drops Aren’t Working

03.13.2019

Over-the-counter (OTC) eye drops are often the first treatment option for people who have chronic dry eye. Some people find …

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Frequently Asked Questions about Macular Degeneration

02.10.2019

With advancing age, the risk of developing certain eye diseases increases. A good example is macular degeneration, a progressive disorder …

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What Is Making My Eyes So Dry and Itchy?

01.10.2019

For people with chronically dry, itchy eyes, even routine tasks (e.g., reading, working on the computer, putting in contact lenses) …

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Can Glaucoma Be Cured?

12.10.2018

Although there is currently no cure for glaucoma, there is a lot of hope for people living with the disease. …

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