Eye Care and Vision Statistics Put Your Sight in Perspective

Statistics on vision health can be revealing, helping you understand the health concerns many people face. The team at Primary Eye Care Associates considers these numbers.

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Summer Eye Care Tips: Protecting Your Vision

These summer eye care tips will protect your eyesight and help prevent vision loss. The Chicago, IL doctors at Primary Eye Care Associates are glad to share some helpful advice.

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Will I Need Reading Glasses after LASIK?

Patients will require reading glasses around the age of 40, even if they have undergone LASIK, due to a condition called presbyopia.

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Corneal Refractive Therapy Candidates

At Primary Eye Care Associates, our team discusses corneal refractive therapy candidates and explores the treatment.

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Reduce the Symptoms of Eye Allergies

The doctors at Primary Eye Care Associates offer tips for reducing the symptoms of eye allergies.

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Is It Time For A Technology Detox?

Are you addicted to technology? Here s a quick quiz: When you wake up, do you immediately grab your phone and check social media? If there s a lull in your day, do you find yourself reaching for your phone? Do you check your phone more than 10 times per hour? Is going to the bathroom without your phone literally your worst nightmare? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it s time for a technology detox. Everyone gets a little too attached to their devices, but more often than not, this attachment is unhealthy. This spring, let s make a pact to stare at our screens less. These resources will help you get started. Why Our Screens Make Us Less Happy Technology is meant to improve our lives. That s why companies invest billions into creating the latest and greatest toys to catch our interest. But if technology is supposed to make things better, why do so many people feel miserable with a phone in their hand? Have we overindulged ourselves? P

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Spring Is In Bloom

Winter is finally over! Or, at least it will be on Tuesday, March 20th, the day of the Northern Hemisphere s spring equinox. The world has come back to life after a long winter, and we re more than ready to enjoy the new season. Join us as we step outside, get some sunshine, smell the roses, and use the ideas in these fun articles to celebrate spring. 10 Easy Ways To Celebrate Spring As A Family The winter holidays get a lot of attention for being the ultimate family time, but spring presents just as many opportunities to bond. Plus, depending on how rough your winter was, the warm weather of spring might be just what the doctor ordered. Here are some memorable ways to embrace the beginning of spring with your whole family. How To Grow An Indoor Garden One iconic image of spring is the garden. Flowers bloom, vegetables start to grow, and there s nothing quite like digging your fingers into warm soil. However, not everyone can enjoy the classic garden experience.

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Celebrating The Feast Of Saint Patrick

St. Patrick s Day recognizes the death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. However, the holiday isn t celebrated in Ireland alone. Every year, 130 million Americans dress up in green and join the party. This week, we have some great resources to help you brush up on your St. Patrick s Day knowledge so you can have something more interesting to say than Kiss me, I m Irish. The Real History Of St. Patrick s Day St. Patrick s Day celebrates Ireland s patron saint, but you might be surprised to learn Patrick wasn t born on the Emerald Isle. And the story about him banishing all the snakes from Ireland? That s also a misconception. There s a lot about St. Patrick s Day we tend to get wrong, and that s a shame, because the truth about the man and the holiday is even cooler than the legends. Before you break out your green jacket, read up on this one-of-a-kind holiday. Myth Of The Leprechaun One of the most enduring symbols of St. Patrick s Day and Irish folklore

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Kick The Sweet Addiction

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2 Months Down, 10 to Go; Revamp Your New Year's Resolution

How s your New Year s resolution going? Be honest, did you have to stop and think about what your New Year s resolution was? If so, that s okay! U.S. News found that 80% of New Year s resolutions fail by the second week of February. By now, 2 months have passed since January 1st, and a lot of resolutions are long gone. But we still have 10 months left in the year! Why are we so quick to call ourselves failures when there s still time to realize those goals? Before you give up, check out these resources to reignite your motivation. Salvage Your Broken New Year's Resolutions Even if you haven t thought about your New Year s resolution since January 2nd, don t call it quits yet. You don t have to keep a resolution every day for it to be successful. Now is the time to rethink your resolutions. Look at where you want to be, what s holding you back, and what you can do to stay on track. Here are 4 steps to help you accomplish just that. 7 Secrets Of People Who Ke

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