Woodlands Eye Associates

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Drs. Graham, Ross, Kaufman, Slade, Brown & Wright
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The home is where nearly half of all eye injuries occur. It’s hard to believe, considering the home is one of our safest places. Most eye injuries are preventable and there are a number of precautions we can take to minimize risk.
Posted Mon, Jan 06, 2020
For this year, include healthy eyes as part of your New Year’s Resolutions. Many of us use this time of year to change habits and focus on our health. One of the most popular resolutions is always getting more healthy – so include your eye healt...
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Read here to learn about disposable contacts and their benefits - for your eye health!
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Mark your calendars for an extra hour of sleep!
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Are you experiencing headaches multiple times a week and can’t quite pin down the cause? There are many culprits: stress, migraines, a blossoming cold or even allergies.
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Here is the latest and greatest from Woodlands Eye Associates this August
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Summer is the opportunity to relax on the beach or pool side. The optometrists at Woodlands Eye Associates strongly suggest wearing sunglasses while basking in the sun, during outdoor activities, and even driving. The truth is, we should be wear...
Posted Tue, Jun 04, 2019
In June, we focus our attention on cataracts. Everyone should be educated on cataracts because they’re something we all will develop eventually. A cataract is the gradual clouding of the lens of the eye from protein deposits.
Posted Tue, May 21, 2019
Most of us wear sunblock or an SPF when outdoors for an extended period of time. We do this to prevent sunburn and skin cancer. At Woodlands Eye Associates, we like to make all of our patients aware of the damaging effects UV rays can also have ...
Posted Fri, May 10, 2019
When you don’t get enough sleep, you usually feel it the next day. That grogginess, lack of concentration and slow reaction time has negative effects on our bodies and that includes our eyes.
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Have you ever noticed tiny specks floating around your field of vision? While alarming, these eye floaters are common as we age, and usually not a cause for concern.