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Vision Problems

  • Color Blindness

    A recent football game during “Color Rush” raised quite an awareness to color blindness. The Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets faced off wearing solid colored jerseys. The Bills were wearing red and the Jets were wearing green. Seems the NFL didn’t take into consideration the effect it would have for the fans watching […]

    Continue Reading November 17, 2015

  • Eye Floaters: Are They Serious?

    Eye floaters can be a common experience for many people. Have you ever experienced small moving spots appearing in your field of vision? There are different types of eye floaters and causes, so it is important to know if they are serious. Floaters can come in many shapes, including: Gray or Black Dots Ring Shaped […]

    Continue Reading November 4, 2015

  • Eyelid Twitches

    A common eye complaint we hear about a lot this time of year is eyelid twitches. You’ve most likely experienced them yourself. Eyelid twitches are uncontrolled movement of an eyelid that is caused by involuntary contractions of muscles around the eye. You can’t control them, and the twitches can be very annoying. Whether it’s caused […]

    Continue Reading December 5, 2014