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  • Is Too Much Screen Time Making Your Child Sick? What Parents Need to Know

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 13-Aug-2018

    With Texas temps hovering in or near the triple digits, fall may not be in the air – but back-to-school season is definitely here. For most kids, this means vision testing at school. Unfortunately, school vision tests only screen for distance vision and don’t address the new threats technology poses to children’s eye health today. According to Key-Whitman Eye Center’s ...
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  • From Wacky to Dangerous - Common Contact Lens Complications and How to Avoid Them

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 7-May-2018

    If you wear contact lenses, do reports of multiple contacts stuck in the eye or amoeba-born eye infections keep you up at night? More important, should they? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) , a whopping 40.9 million people ages 18 and above wear contact lenses in the United States, which could explain why wacky contact lens stories always make the news. We asked ...
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  • 7 Surprising Facts Women Should Know About Cataract Surgery - Regardless of Age

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 24-Apr-2018

    You may think cataracts are something only retirees have to worry about, but cataract surgery isn’t just for the 70-plus set anymore. In fact Key-Whitman Eye Center’s Dallas optometrist Amanda Hoelscher encourages her patients to get cataract surgery as soon as it is deemed medically necessary – and that could happen years before their first AARP cards come in the mail. From work ...
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  • 3 Innovative Ways to Declare Your Independence from Glasses

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 7-Jul-2017

    Dry eyes. Astigmatism. Nearsightedness. Farsightedness. In the past, these conditions – and others – may have prevented some people from getting vision correction surgery or wearing contact lenses comfortably. Fortunately, those days are long gone for many patients at Key-Whitman Eye Centers. According to Key-Whitman’s Dallas optometrist Martin L. Faber, “Many advances in ...
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  • Two Positive Changes the Sandwich Generation Should Make Now

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 6-Jan-2017

    In a recent survey of the Sandwich Generation (adults 40 to 60 years of age), one quarter of the 2,000 survey respondents acknowledged they spend more time managing the health of their parents and/or children than their own health needs. Seventeen percent also acknowledged that caring for others has had a negative impact on their health – including eye health. This comes as no surprise to ...
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  • Reduce Signs of Aging with Anti-Aging Injectables

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 29-Jun-2015

    Are you tired of looking in the mirror and seeing crow’s feet, frown lines or wrinkles around your eyes, mouth and forehead? While these signs of aging are normal, they can make you look tired or upset. Anti-aging injectables, such as BOTOX® Cosmetic, can improve the appearance of wrinkles and frown lines, leaving you looking years younger. Why do we get wrinkles? As we age, our skin ...
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  • Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration to Blame for Rosanne Barr's Vision Loss

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 22-May-2015

    Actress and comedian Roseanne Barr announced last month that she is going blind. The cause? Two common eye conditions: glaucoma and macular degeneration. These two eye conditions are the top two leading causes of irreversible blindness in the world, though they do not always occur together, as in Barr’s case. Her father suffered from eye health problems including macular degeneration, which ...
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  • Tips to Prevent Age-Related Eye Diseases

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

    As you age, you may notice a decline in your vision. Many people over age 40 will experience age-related vision loss due to a condition called presbyopia, which can cause difficulty reading and completing daily tasks requiring near vision. Presbyopia is not dangerous and can be corrected with reading glasses or bifocals. Some age-related eye diseases, however, can be more serious, leading to ...
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