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Are Cataracts Preventable?

Are you worried you may have cataracts? Cataracts are a natural part of aging, and most people will develop them at some point. However, when you develop cataracts depends on your age, lifestyle, and family history. Although cataracts are not preventable, you can take precautions to protect your sight. Keep reading to learn more about […]

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6 Tips for Your Next Eye Exam

Routine eye examinations can detect eye conditions and other health problems that may seem unrelated to your eyesight. Eye exams are a necessary part of eye care. Once you have scheduled your next eye appointment, it is essential to prepare beforehand to help alleviate stress. Keep reading for six tips to get the most out […]

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Did You Know That April is Sports Eye Safety Month?

Every year, more than 100,000 people suffer sports-related eye injuries. Almost 13,000 of these injuries lead to permanent loss of vision. April is Sports Eye Safety Month, as observed by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO). Shoreline Vision joins the AAO in providing athletes, coaches, and parents sight-saving tips. Keep reading to learn more! Sport-Related […]

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Why Do We Observe Workplace Eye Wellness Month?

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The CDC reports that roughly 2,000 workers in the United States who sustain job-related eye injuries need medical attention every day. 10 to 20 percent of job-related eye injuries cause permanent or temporary vision loss. Experts believe wearing the correct safety eyewear can lessen the severity of eye injuries or even prevent 90 percent of […]

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Why is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month Important?

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February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month, drawing attention to a degenerative disease that has robbed the vision of almost 11 million Americans. More people lose their eyesight to age-related macular degeneration (AMD) than glaucoma and cataracts combined. Additionally, AMD is the leading cause of permanent vision loss in adults 60 and older. What is […]

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Tips for Glaucoma Awareness Month

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Did you know that January is Glaucoma Awareness Month? The eye doctors at Shoreline Vision are helping to spread awareness by providing you with a few helpful tips for taking better care of your eye health. What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that damages the optic nerve leading to blindness or […]

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COVID-19 Response Tactics

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Shoreline Vision is proud that our team members have filled crucial roles on the Blue Sky Vision COVID-19 Response Team! Having a dedicated response team ensures that we are protecting our patients and staff members while offering critical services to our community. Article: COVID-19 Response Tactics

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Coronavirus Safety

Protect your Eyes from COVID-19

Did You Know? Coronavirus can spread through the eyes–stay safe and get the facts from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

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What Are Flashes and Floaters?

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Several eye conditions come and go without causing any damage to our vision. That said, it is critical to see a qualified ophthalmologist for a routine eye exam.  If you have ever experienced flashes or floaters, you may have wondered if this should be of concern. In most cases, they are not, but they can […]

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5 Tips For Your Eye Care Routine

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It is easy to neglect basic eye care. That may be because you are not aware that some of the things you do daily impact the health of your eyes.  At Shoreline Vision, we make it a priority to remind patients about how important routine eye care is. Some common eye problems people experience can […]

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