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AMD and Low Vision

By editor
February 1, 2016

February is AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month Age related macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss, affecting more than 2 million Americans age 50 and older. Low vision aids can make the most of remaining vision. Information on the eye disease, warning signs and treatment are available at the link below; http://www.fromereye.com/services/macular-disorders/#degeneration


Glaucoma Awareness Month

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January 5, 2016

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month More than 2.2 million Americans age 40 and older suffer from glaucoma. Nearly half don’t know they have the disease. Glaucoma causes no early symptoms. For more information and to understand glaucoma and its effect on your sight, visit us at; http://www.fromereye.com/services/glaucoma


Tips for Healthier Eyes

By editor
December 16, 2015

1. Take a 20-Second Computer Break. Staring at a computer (or any digital screen) won’t hurt your eyes, but it can make them feel tired and dry. Surprisingly, we blink about half as often when we’re looking at a screen. Follow the 20/20/20 rule: Every 20 minutes, look at least 20 feet away for at...  read more


Lucentis May Fight Diabetic Eye Disease

By editor
November 23, 2015

Drug Lucentis May Fight Diabetic Eye Disease Government-funded study finds injected medicine beats laser therapy Nov. 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) The injected drug Lucentis (ranibizumab) appears highly effective at treating proliferative diabetic retinopathy, a common diabetes-related eye disease, new research shows. Investigators say the drug beat a standard treatment, laser therapy. The findings, "provide crucial...  read more


Vertigo & 3D Movies

By editor
October 12, 2015

September 29, 2015 Fox 5 News interview; Dr. Mark Fromer was interviewed by Fox 5 News reporter on the effects of the 3D movie 'The Walk' on the viewers. After this weekend’s press screening of the movie ‘The Walk” at the New York film festival, a number of audiences described, watching the 3D movie caused...  read more


Fromer Eye Centers' 2015 Newsletter

By editor
September 9, 2015


Protective Eyewear in Field Hockey

By editor
August 19, 2015

Protective Eyewear in Girls' Field Hockey Means Fewer Injuries MONDAY, Aug. 17, 2015 By Tara Haelle HealthDay News The rate of eye injuries among girls playing high school field hockey dropped dramatically after a national requirement for protective eyewear was passed, a new study reports. But the mandate doesn't cover all players. And, the study...  read more


Can Glasses Help Color-Blind people Perceive Colors Better?

By editor
August 11, 2015

By CHRIS MURPHEY and ALEXA VALIENT Nightline 08/07/15 http://abcnews.go.com/Health/company-claims-glasses-color-blind-people-perceive-colors/story?id=32948153 A new type of glasses may help people who are color blind see the world in a whole new way. The Berkeley, California-based company EnChroma developed glasses with lenses that contain a special vertical filter that blocks out certain wavelengths, which helps the brain make distinctions...  read more


Back to School Eye Examinations Are Critical to Children’s Performance in School

By editor
August 5, 2015

When you check off items on your “Back-To- School” checklist, don’t forget to make an eye examination appointment for your child. August is National Children’s Vision Month which is a perfect time to schedule an appointment with your eye doctor. Having good vision is critical in learning. Children are not always able to recognize the...  read more


Contact lenses alter bacteria in the eye

By editor
June 4, 2015

Wearing contact lenses may change the community of bacteria living in your eyes, according to a small new study. In the study, the surface of the eye in the people who wore contact lenses had triple the proportion of certain bacteria species, on average, compared with the people in the study who did not wear...  read more