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6 Important Signs of School Age Vision Problems from Park Ophthalmology

Across the Raleigh-Durham area, children will be heading back to school at the end of August. Much of classroom learning requires good vision, and Park Ophthalmology wants all Triangle area students to succeed in school. Children may not know when … Continue reading

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5 Critical Facts about Color Blindness from Park Ophthalmology

Color vision plays a critical role in how people experience the everyday  world, whether it’s selecting fruits at the weekly Raleigh Downtown Farmers Market, or enjoying one of the many summer outdoor movie events in the Triangle. It is important … Continue reading

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5 Possible Causes of Blurry Vision from Park Ophthalmology

Blurry vision for some people is a daily occurrence until they put on glasses or contact lenses. And many Triangle residents only notice problems with focusing after a late night or during allergy season. Beth R. Friedland MD sees many … Continue reading

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8 Signs that an Eye Exam is Needed from Park Ophthalmology

Vision changes can happen so gradually that it isn’t surprising that many Triangle residents don’t schedule an eye exam until they have trouble reading road signs or a computer screen. Although the main reason to see an eye specialist might … Continue reading

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4 Important Points that Help Triangle Patients Understand Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a devious eye disease that does much of its damage before the patient notices vision loss. However, with early diagnosis, patients can begin treatments to manage the disease. The Triangle area is fortunate to have Ophthalmologist Dr. Beth … Continue reading

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5 Facts the Triangle Needs to Know about Winter Eye Health

The Triangle has certainly gotten its share of snow and cold temperatures in the past week, making for treacherous roads and school closings. What isn’t so obvious is that cold and snow present special challenges for eye health. On the … Continue reading

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4 Important Indicators of Senior Vision Problems

People across the Triangle expect their bodies to change with age. There is also a decline in vision, and it is common in those patients older than 60. Although vision loss is a normal part of the aging process, some … Continue reading

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6 Driving Behaviors that Signal an Eye Exam is Due

Human vision can change drastically during the course of a year. One area where that becomes obvious is with driving. Here in North Carolina, drivers ages 18 to 65 can keep their license for eight years without renewal. For those … Continue reading

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