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3 Colorful Reminders to Build an Eye Health Diet

Maintaining healthy eyes across the Triangle requires following several good habits, including getting an annual vision exam, using sunglasses outside and wearing protective goggles for work and sports. In addition to those healthy practices, a basic building block for eye … Continue reading

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4 Important Facts Everyone Should Know about Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Age-related Macular Degeneration, or AMD, is a serious vision condition that primarily affects people as they age and can lead to blindness. AMD’s causes are still little understood, although lifestyle and genetics appear to have roles in its development. The … Continue reading

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5 Critical Eye Functions that Make the Difference, from Park Ophthalmology

As 2018 approaches, Triangle residents are enjoying the holiday season, viewing festive decorations and recording their memories on smartphones and tablets. The desire to keep a visual record of the season demonstrates the large role vision plays in human life. … Continue reading

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