Intracoastal Eye News

Wet vs. Dry Macular Degeneration: Key Differences

01.03.2020

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a progressive disease that affects the macula, the portion of the retina responsible for clear …

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Dispelling Common Myths about Glaucoma

12.04.2019

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness in the world. But despite how common it …

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Signs You Need to Schedule an Eye Exam

11.04.2019

Having a regular, comprehensive eye examination is important to monitoring your ocular health. It enables your eye doctor to identify …

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How Nutritional Supplements Could Delay or Prevent Vision Loss to AMD

10.05.2019

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the gradual breakdown of the macula, or the portion of the retina responsible for clear …

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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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