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    • 21 NOV 14
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    Eyeglasses for Eyestrain

      If you work long hours at a computer, you are probably no stranger to eye strain in Orem. This is an actual condition called computer vision syndrome (CVS) that can cause blurry vision, eye irritation, headaches neck pain and back pain. Causes of Computer Vision Syndrome CVS is like a repetitive stress injury that

    • 19 NOV 14
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    5 Reasons Your Dog Wants You to Have LASIK

    Your “best friend” wants you to have LASIK in Orem. If you are nearsighted, farsighted or have astigmatism, here are the reasons why: No waiting around to go on walks while you search for your glasses. No tripping over him in the middle of the night because you can’t see without your glasses. No dropping

    • 13 NOV 14
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    Lose the Selfie Glare

      Can you snap a selfie anytime, anywhere…without having to reposition your head to lose the “selfie glare?” If you wear glasses to correct your nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, you have probably had to re-take your selfies several times to actually see your eyes behind the lenses. Glare from glasses in photos can take the

    • 11 NOV 14
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    KaChoo! Is it a Cold or the Flu?

      You know the feeling. It starts with a slight tickle in your throat, or the feeling that something “isn’t quite right.” Then…boom! You’re sick. But how do you know if you have a common cold or the full-blown flu? The flu typically comes on fast, while a cold can start slowly and gradually become

    • 07 NOV 14
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    LASIK vs. PRK

    If you have been told you are not a good candidate for LASIK because your corneas are too thin, you may not have to abandon your dream of 20/20 vision. PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) is a type of laser surgery in Orem, UT that can produce similar vision results to LASIK vision correction, and it can

    • 04 NOV 14
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    Eye Makeup Safety

    Are you putting bacteria on your eyes? Studies have shown that in as little as 3-months, bacteria can grow in mascara, eye shadow, eyeliners and more, leading to eye infections such as pink eye, dry eye, loss of eyelashes and more. If just the thought of bacteria on your eyes makes you shudder, consider this: