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Combat holiday stress with exercise

  • Written by Provided by PhysioCare

When a demanding holiday season leaves you twisted in knots from the stresses of commitments, crowds, shopping and entertaining, physical therapist Andy Lodato, MPT, has a suggestion: sweat away that stress by making exercise a part of your holiday routine.

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Holiday vision tips

  • Written by K. W. Scarbrough, OD Eagle Eye Vision Care, PS

We are all busy during the holiday season — too busy for an emergency visit for eye pain or broken glasses. Here are some tips for keeping your holidays happy.

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Giving Thanks

  • Written by K. W. Scarbrough, OD Eagle Eye Vision Care, PS

If asked, most of us would list vision as something for which we are truly thankful.

Our eyes work from the moment we open them until we go to sleep at night. It is almost impossible to voluntarily hurt our eyes.  But as sensitive as the front of the eye is, there are no pain sensors inside the eye so we cannot detect most eye diseases ourselves. If an eye is healthy then excellent vision is possible with simple corrective lenses. Unhealthy eyes, however, can lead to tragic consequences for vision.  

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