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4 Facts About Night Blindness, from Park Ophthalmology

The beginning of Daylight Saving Time was a welcome change to Triangle residents who enjoy more daylight hours in the evenings. It’s also helpful for those who find driving and other tasks more difficult at night. Beth R. Friedland MD … Continue reading

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6 Ways Triangle College Students Can Maintain Eye Health

As the new school year and autumn quickly approach, Triangle area parents are helping their college-bound sons and daughters get ready for the big move to dormitory or apartment life and the exciting opportunity of higher education. The staff at … Continue reading

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Track Astigmatism with Regular Park Ophthalmology Appointments

Blurry vision may be more than just nearsightedness or farsightedness. For some Park Ophthalmology patients, vision problems at any distance may be the result of astigmatism. Astigmatism is a natural condition, occurring in about one of every three people in … Continue reading

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5 Things Park Ophthalmologists Assess in an Annual Eye Exam

Vision is the most important of the five senses, yet not everyone in the Triangle heads to Park Opthalmology each year for an annual eye exam. Eye exams aren’t just for keeping up eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions. Getting a … Continue reading

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