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Oct 23, 2014
What Can Cause Red Eye

Everyone has probably noticed some redness in the white of their eyes at one point or another. This condition is appropriately called red eye, and is the main sign of eye inflammation. The majority of the time, painless red eye is caused by conjunctivitis, which is inflammation of the thin layer of tissue covering the eyeball and inner surface of the eyelids.

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Oct 03, 2014
In Need of an Alternative to Contact Lenses

People who live an active lifestyle are often searching for an alternative to contact lenses. Contacts offer many benefits over glasses, but have many shortcomings of their own. 

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Sep 29, 2014
The Importance of Fitting Contact Lenses

Most people don’t realize the importance of properly fitting contact lenses. As the name suggests, the whole point of contact lenses is for them to contact your eyes—which brings some inherent risks compared to standard glasses.

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Aug 08, 2014
What is Contact Lens Intolerance?

Contact lenses definitely have some benefits over wearing eyeglasses, unfortunately, wearing contact lenses comes with a relatively common and sometimes dangerous side effect; contact lens intolerance. Contact lens intolerance—also known as CLI is a catch-all term for people who are no longer able to apply a lens to their eyes without pain.

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Jul 31, 2014
Improving Hand Eye Coordination: Quick Tips

Hand eye coordination is fundamental to human learning. In fact, data from a study conducted by Indiana University shows this kind of coordination is critical in bond development between young children and their caregivers. “Gaze following” (or looking in the same direction as a parent) is important. The ability to see caregivers handling objects and then mimicking their behavior is maybe even more essential.

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