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Monthly Archives: November 2020

We Are Grateful for Our Patients

This Thanksgiving season, it’s important to acknowledge the things we are grateful for in our lives. Central Florida Eye Specialists has the opportunity to touch so many people’s lives in such a unique way, and we see patients all the time who tell us how their eye care appointment has made a huge difference for them. From… Read More


An Attitude of Gratitude: Why We Are Thankful For Our Patients

What a difference a year makes – 2020 is a year that will be written in history books of many unforgettable moments. That is why it is so special this Thanksgiving holiday to give thanks to our family and friends and to tell them how much they mean to us. Thanksgiving is here, reminding us… Read More


No More Tears This Thanksgiving: Here’s How to Chop Onions Without Crying

There will be many creative ways of celebrating Thanksgiving 2020, whether it will be a gathering virtually with your family via Zoom or a small dinner with only your household family members. The menu will still include the Thanksgiving favorite dishes and recipes that include onions. Onions add depth and sweetness to savory dishes, but… Read More


Kitchen Eye Safety

The Thanksgiving holiday is almost here for us to celebrate with cheer! Although we may be celebrating the holiday differently this year, the favorite Thanksgiving dinner traditions will still live on for a happy holiday season. As we prepare our Thanksgiving nutritious meals, let’s take a look at a few eye safety tips from the… Read More


Why is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month Important?

Did you know that diabetes could cause eye disease? Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness, and many don’t experience symptoms. Early detection, timely treatment, and appropriate follow-up care with your eye doctor are the only ways to prevent vision loss. Diabetic patients require special eye care to manage their blood sugar and ensure the whole… Read More


Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

4. Quit smoking If you smoke, your risk for diabetic retinopathy and other diabetes-related eye diseases is higher. Giving up tobacco will help reduce that risk. 5. Exercise Exercise is good for your eyes. It’s also good for your diabetes. Regular exercise can help your eyes stay as healthy as possible while helping to control your diabetes…. Read More


Don’t Let Dry Eye Stop Your Tears

Tears play a vital role in the health and function of our eyes. That’s what makes dry eye such a serious problem. Tears serve as our eyes’ first line of defense against irritants like dust and germs, washing them away with every blink. They also enable our eyes to turn and swivel comfortably. When the… Read More


What is Dry Eye?

Our eyes need tears to stay healthy and comfortable. Tears are not just for a heartfelt movie or laughing at something so funny that our eyes water. Tears are the unsung heroes of our eye health. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, if your eyes do not produce enough tears, it is called dry eye…. Read More


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