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Do’s and Don’ts for Healthy Vision

You use a brush to clean your teeth and wear sunscreen to protect your skin, but how do you maintain healthy vision? Because your ability to see is so important, it is more than worth taking a few extra minutes to consider how well you treat your eyes. As one of the essential parts of […]

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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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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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Don’t Forget About Run For Sight On August 31st!

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Back for the 14th year in a row is Shoreline Vision’s Run For Sight 5K Run and 5K Walk on Saturday, August 31st! This annual event takes place in beautiful Muskegon, Michigan and is fun for the whole family. 100% of the proceeds are donated to the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ABVI). […]

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These Foods Can Seriously Help Improve Your Eye Health

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Trends may come and go, but one thing never goes out of style: taking care of your health. Your eyes are an essential part of healthy living, and keeping them in the best shape possible helps you prevent disease now and in the future. In honor of Healthy Vision Month, here are 3 foods that […]

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April is Women’s Eye Health Month

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According to the Women’s Eye Health Organization over two thirds of patients who are blind or visually impaired in the USA are women. With age-related macular degeneration and changes in hormones a woman’s sight can be greatly affected over time. In honor of Women’s Eye Health Month we are talking about three ways you can […]

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Tips to Protect your Eyesight While Reading

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March is National Reading Month and across the globe people are celebrating with their favorite books. People’s tastes in stories might differ, but one thing is for certain: reading can certainly put a strain on your eyes. While you’re getting cozy with a good book, keep these tips in mind to keep your eyes in […]

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3 Types of Cancer That Can Be Found During a Routine Eye Exam

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February is World Cancer Month, and all across the globe today many are raising awareness of cancer to encourage its prevention, and not just through your yearly physical. Regular eye exams are an important part of maintaining one’s health, but did you know that many forms of cancer can be found during a routine eye […]

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