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Eye Issues that May Affect Children

By PasadenaEye
August 15, 2019

A child’s general health and wellness are largely in the hands of their primary caregivers. While feeding and bathing and teaching young children, parents must also manage their physical needs. Eyesight is one of several aspects that need to be monitored. Because it isn’t always easy to detect when a child has an eye problem ... read more


How to Have Fun in the Sun Without Harming Your Eyes

By PasadenaEye
July 15, 2019

The eyes provide us with one of our most important senses. This is a little something we can take for granted, never really thinking that our eyesight may be affected by our daily habits. When it comes to having fun in the sun in the safest possible way, what we’ve come to know is that ... read more


Think You Could Spot a Lazy Eye on Your Child?

By PasadenaEye
June 15, 2019

Lazy eye, known to doctors as amblyopia, is a condition that affects nearly 3 percent of the population. This may not sound like much, but it translates to over 200,000 new cases each year. Amblyopia typically occurs in childhood, a time of intense development that forms the foundation of a person’s life. When a child ... read more


Digital Eye Strain Should Be On Your Radar

By PasadenaEye
May 15, 2019

Eye health includes everything from the vision changes that occur with age to the daily stressors we may face. Stressors present a unique challenge because they are so ingrained in our day to day living that we don't easily see them for what they are. For example, most people pick up their cell phone a ... read more


One Little Thing Can Protect Your Long-Term Vision

By PasadenaEye
April 15, 2019

We’re never lacking in the sunshine category in our parts. Most people appreciate the way sunshine can warm the body on even on a cool day, and how the longer days of summer invite us to spend more time outside than inside. At the same time, we’ve been told that we need to be mindful ... read more


Those Frustrating Tears May Indicate Dry Eye Disease

By PasadenaEye
March 15, 2019

If you occasionally experience a gritty sensation, burning, and excessively watery eyes, you’re not alone. These frustrating symptoms are commonplace in this day and age. They often occur because we spend hours at a time staring at a computer screen or other digital device. Even if the entertainment is a good book, when we go ... read more


Cataract Surgery Recovery: Here’s the Details You Want

By PasadenaEye
February 15, 2019

Cataracts may take several years to develop. As the lens of the eye becomes increasingly thicker, vision degrades. The primary symptom of cataracts is clouded vision. One might not think that clouding could create significant problems, but it most certainly does. At some point, many people who have cataracts decide to have the clouded lens ... read more


It’s Glaucoma Awareness Month: Here’s What We’d Like You to Know

By PasadenaEye
January 15, 2019

Glaucoma is a global problem of great concern to health experts and, more locally, to your eye doctor. This eye disease is not only the second leading cause of blindness in the world, but it is also what we call “silent.” There are no visual or physical indications of glaucoma outside of vision loss. However, ... read more


Habits to Make and Break in the New Year

By nathan.olson
December 15, 2018

With the New Year upon us, more people are thinking about how they can improve various aspects of their lives. As your eye health specialists, we can offer a few suggestions of habits to make, and some to break, to preserve vision and protect long-term eye health. Get some Shades In our part of the ... read more


November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Here’s What You Should Know.

By PasadenaEye
November 15, 2018

At Pasadena Eye Associates, it is our goal to provide our patients with the exact eye care they need. This is why our services range from basic eye exams to advanced ophthalmology care for the management of eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy. November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month, so we’d like to discuss how ... read more


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