March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month
One of the best things you can do for your eyes when you’re at work is to use natural tear drops and take frequent breaks during computer time. This can alleviate the symptoms of digital eye strain.
This Month’s Eye Health Tip
If you have recurrent bright red patches on the white part of your eye, you should consult your primary care physician. Known as subconjunctival hemorrhages, as long as there is no pain or change in vision, these red patches are typically nothing to worry about and will absorb on their own without treatment. When they recur, your doctor may recommend blood work be drawn to rule out systemic disease.
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New on the Blog
Ultraviolet (UV) Rays and Your Eyes Most people are aware of the danger that ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can pose to the skin. What isn’t as well known is that UV rays can also cause damage to the eyes. Wearing sunglasses that block 100% of the harmful UV rays from the sun can help protect your eyes from developing future eye conditions.
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