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Mcdonald Eye Associates
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Fun Fact Friday
Q: Can you explain why I have halos and blurry vision in the morning?
A: Two common conditions (among others) that are possible in this situation would be dry eyes and corneal swelling. Both of these conditions should be examined.
Find more FAQ's at http://ow.ly/8JXM30f4uBU
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Help put a focus on the best of NWA! Put us down for best Eye Clinic in Benton and Washington county >> http://www.bestofnwar.com/
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Fortunately, there is no evidence saying the glowing blue light from electronic screens damages your #vision. Blue light can affect the body’s circadian rhythm, our natural wake and sleep cycle. During the day, blue light wakes us up and stimulates us. But too much blue light exposure late at night from your phone, tablet or computer can make it harder to get to sleep. Learn more: http://ow.ly/cDCN30f4s6J
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A cataract is a clouding of the eye's naturally clear lens. Your eye becomes like a window that is frosted or yellowed. Our experts can help correct this and restore clarity. Schedule an evaluation today!
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Q: What is the best age for refractive surgery?
A: Eighteen years of age or older for LASIK or PRK if the glasses/contact prescription has been pretty stable for the last year.
Find more FAQ's at https://www.aao.org/eye-health/ask-ophthalmologist/categories
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Did you know that women are more likely than men to have glaucoma and women are also more likely to be visually impaired or blind due to glaucoma. Learn more and find eye health tips at the link below!
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Help put a focus on the best of NWA! Put us down for best Eye Clinic in Benton and Washington county >> http://www.bestofnwar.com/
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If someone has experienced swollen eyelids before, it is probably safe for them to treat the condition at home for a few days. If you have swollen eyelids, it is a good idea for them to seek care from an optometrist or ophthalmologist to rule out serious issues. Learn more at >> http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318219.php
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Within minutes of his eye exam, David Hibler, Sr. learned he could suffer a major stroke at any moment. Click to read why and how that led to a potentially life-saving surgery!
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