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Ophthalmology 

Eye Care Facts for Older Americans

Why do I need an eye exam? Many physical changes come with aging, including changes in vision. This is why it is important to have a complete examination by an eye doctor at least every other year after age 40 and every year after age 65. People with certain risk factors (such as a family history of eye disease or diabetes) should have a comprehensive eye exam every year regardless of age. Even if your vision seems good, you should still have regular eye examinations because some conditions are asymptomatic…

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Ophthalmology 

YOGA FOR BETTER VISION AND EYE EXERCISES

Glasses are wrong for a lot of people. Not so much because of its appearance because almost anyone can find such custom himself. The more we are disturbed, they show that in our bodies something is not working right. But if you can do anything to correct nearsightedness? In his daily yoga exercises may include exercises and techniques that operate on the eyes and improve vision. The following exercises you may be able to allow glasses, at least for now harvested, of course, with the agreement of our ophthalmologists. relax…

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Ophthalmology 

MYOPIA ON THE RISE: CHILD’S EYES FALL ON FRESH AIR

Myopia in the developed world is on the rise, according to the results of some serious studies in the past 40 years even doubled. It is not only for the (expected) problem of adults and the elderly, myopic is also more and more children. Would more frequent and earlier in life the need for glasses can also be linked with the use of computers, and in particular tablets and phones in early childhood? “Yes,” she responds prim., Asst., MSc. Dragica Kosec, MD. med., spec. Ophthalmology. “That’s why I always, when…

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