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Hattiesburg Eye Clinic’s Advanced Cataract Treatment Saved One Woman’s Eyesight

When Lawrie Wallace noticed her vision getting blurry, she underwent an eye exam. The results confirmed her fears—she had a cataract. That would be a concern for anyone, but more so for Wallace: A childhood accident had already left her blind in one eye. Now, she faced losing sight in her other good eye. “I

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Who Runs a Greater Risk for Eye Disease—Men or Women? Here’s the Answer

Although vision problems potentially affect everyone on Planet Earth, statistics in general show that women face greater risks than men. Menopause accounts for much of this increased risk, from irritating conditions like chronic dry eye to even more serious diseases. “The hormonal changes occurring during menopause often give rise to a number of eye-related health

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Are Your Eyes Safe at Work? 4 Tips To Avoid Injuries on the Job

$300 million: That’s the estimated economic impact each year of on-the-job eye injuries. Employers bear the brunt of these costs in medical treatment, lost time and productivity. But workers may also pay a price—in pain, debilitation and even potential visual impairment. And, the most staggering statistic of all? According to many frontline eye care providers,

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Giving ‘Eye-Friendly’ Toys This Holiday Season

The holidays are once again upon us: time for family gatherings, lots of food—and presents! And for kids (and maybe a few adults), the latter means the latest and greatest toys. But before the “Great Day of Unwrapping,” it’s worth weighing your toy gift purchases carefully. It’s one of life’s sad facts, but some toys

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