One size fits all sometimes means too small
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
What's the difference between nearsighted and farsighted?
A close up view of a street with parked cars looking through a pair of eyeglass lenses.
When you hear the words "near" and "far," what comes to mind? Maybe it's Sesame Street's classic Grover skit, where the Muppets character explains the concept. Or ... maybe it's your eyesight. An internet search reveals there's a lot of confusion over the meaning of "nearsighted" and "farsighted."
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CATEGORY: Health & Wellness
WRITTEN BY: Barry Shinske
Diabetes management that includes vision care can be a game changer: My personal story on why vision care matters as a diabetic
Professional woman wearing glasses
I’ve always been pretty good at having my annual eye exams simply because I need glasses or contact lenses to function in life. But since being diagnosed with diabetes 3 years ago, I’ve been even more diligent about seeing my eye doctor for a comprehensive exam that includes dilation. Having my primary doctor and eye doctor working together is very important to me and my good health.
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CATEGORY: Health & Wellness
WRITTEN BY: Connie Feick
5 gross things that can creep onto your contact lenses
A pile of 27 contact lenses that were removed from a British woman's eye.
Contact lens safety starts with seeing the eye doctor
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CATEGORY: Health & Wellness
WRITTEN BY: John Lahr
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
One size fits all sometimes means too small