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Blue Light from Your Phone May Be Permanently Damaging Your Eyes

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August 28, 2018

Fact Checked August 24, 2018 Too much screen time can wreck your eyes. Smart phones, laptops, and other handheld devices all transmit light. However, the blue light in particular may be toxic for your eyes. Scientists at the University of Toledo may have discovered how blue light emitted from your technology has a potential to...  read more


Corneal Infections Associated with Sleeping in CL

By editor
August 20, 2018

https://newyork.cbslocal.com/video/3919404-health-watch-cdc-warns-against-sleeping-with-contact-lenses/ Contact lenses are an effective form of vision correction used by an estimated 45 million Americans. However, contact lens wearers are at risk for contact lens–related eye infections, especially when wearers do not practice proper contact lens wear and care habits. These infections, affecting the cornea are known as microbial keratitis, can lead to...  read more


Beware the blue light: screens pose threat to eyes

By editor
August 15, 2018

Beware the blue light: screens pose threat to eyes Interview Fox5 News 8/13/18 The blue light from screens may not only interfere with sleep, but harm our vision as well, experts say. Dr. Mark Fromer, ophthalmologist at Lenox Hill Hospital, explains how staring at bright screens can affect our retinal cells and cause irreversible damage...  read more


What Caused This Man's Scalloped Pupil?

By editor
July 31, 2018

    By Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer July 31, 2018 06:37am ET A man's pupil had an unusual "scalloped" shape with irregular edges, the result of a rare genetic condition. The 46-year-old man's symptoms were concerning but not particularly strange: He was losing weight, experiencing episodes of fainting and having trouble walking. But when doctors...  read more


Cataract surgery tied to fewer car crashes for seniors

By editor
June 29, 2018

June 28, 2018 by E.j. Mundell, Healthday Reporter Dr. Mark Fromer said the new study shows that "improved vision as a result of cataract surgery in the elderly population likely represents a significant reduction in economic societal costs, injuries and deaths related to traffic-related injuries." Data on more than half a million Canadian seniors shows...  read more


A Bit of Dark Chocolate Might Sweeten Your Vision

By editor
April 27, 2018

By E.J. Mundell HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, April 26, 2018 It may not replace prescription glasses, but a few bites of dark chocolate might offer a slight and temporary bump up in vision quality, new research suggests. Heart-healthy compounds in chocolate called flavanols appeared to sharpen eyesight for a group of 30 healthy young adults in...  read more


Forbes Human Resources Council

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April 2, 2018

Fromer Eye Centers HR Manager, Michelle D. Jimenez, accepted into Forbes Human Resources Council Michelle D. Jimenez, HR Manager has been accepted into the Forbes Human Resources Council, an invitation-only community for HR executives across all industries. Michelle joins other Forbes Human Resources Council members, who are hand-selected, to become part of a curated network...  read more


A Year In Review

By editor
February 20, 2018


Toys and Eye Safety Month

By editor
December 5, 2017

This Month is Holiday Toys and Eye Safety Month. The holidays are almost here. Stay safe and choose the right toys. Keep in mind, some of the more popular children’s toys can cause serious injuries. About 1 in 10 visit to ER for children's eye injuries are related to toys. Here are a few guidelines;...  read more


What does diabetes have to do with my eyes?

By editor
November 6, 2017

Diabetes can harm your vision, or even cause blindness. With diabetes, your body does not use sugar the right way. This can affect the blood vessels (arteries and veins) in your eyes and other parts of your body. What is diabetic retinopathy? Diabetic retinopathy is the eye disease people with diabetes get most often. It...  read more