Blog Posts in January, 2014

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  • Common Eye Concerns at Every Age

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 30-Jan-2014

    A natural decline in vision as you age is normal. Known as presbyopia, this condition is characterized by an inability to focus and trouble adjusting to light changes. However, many vision problems do not discriminate based on age. There are some eye conditions that can appear in childhood, but risks for certain eye conditions change with age. From childhood to adulthood, here are some vision ...
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  • Why Is Eye Dilation Necessary?

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 23-Jan-2014

    Getting your eyes dilated isn’t a pleasant experience, but it is often a necessary part of a comprehensive eye exam. During your exam, your eye doctor will use eye drops that cause your pupils to dilate, allowing more light into your eyes. The wider your pupils are, the better your doctor can see the back portion of your eye, including the retina and optic nerve. A dilated eye enables your ...
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  • Key-Whitman's Self-Evaluation Tool Helps You See Your Options Clearly

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 21-Jan-2014

    Do you think you may be a candidate for LASIK or another type of laser vision correction? While a consultation with a laser eye surgeon is necessary in deciding whether you qualify, Key-Whitman offers a self-evaluation tool to help determine your vision correction options. The one-minute self-evaluation can be taken at home and will provide you immediate and valuable insight about vision ...
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  • What Is Macular Degeneration?

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 15-Jan-2014

    As we age, our vision will change. In many cases, these changes are nothing to be concerned about. However, in some cases, changes in vision are an indicator of an underlying and potentially dangerous eye condition. Macular degeneration is one common cause of vision changes and vision loss, especially in adults over 60. In fact, it is the leading cause of vision loss in people 60 and over. What is ...
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  • Key-Whitman Doctors Head to Belize on Medical Mission Trip

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 13-Jan-2014

    In February, a team of six individuals led by Key-Whitman doctors Faisal Haq and Kimberly Warren will travel on a medical mission trip to Belize City, Belize. The team will spend one week in the country performing eye surgery for patients in need. This trip will be a first for both Dr. Haq and Dr. Warren, who have performed more than 12,000 surgeries combined in the United States. They are looking ...
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  • How to Use Your FSA in 2014

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 9-Jan-2014

    Did you know that starting in 2014, you can use up to $500 of your 2013 unused Flexible Spending Account funds? That’s right. The U.S. Department of Treasury and the IRS have modified the “use it or lose it” rule, which prohibited rollover of FSA funds and forced account holders to forfeit unused dollars remaining in their accounts at year-end. Now, assuming your employer makes ...
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  • Importance of Sunglasses in the Winter

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 2-Jan-2014

    Winter sports enthusiasts, listen up. Whether you’re hitting the slopes or just sledding with the kids, it’s important to protect your eyes and thereby your vision with the proper eyewear this winter. And even if you’re not what you’d call a “winter sports enthusiast,” winter eye protection is essential for you, too! Reflections from the sun’s rays on snow ...
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