What Do Your Eyes Reveal About Your Heart?

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on February 7, 2023

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February often brings thoughts of heart-shaped candies and heart-themed décor for Valentine’s Day, but more importantly, it should make you think about your heart health too! February is Heart Health Month, a time to focus on heart health and disease prevention. Many don’t realize that the eyes and heart are connected. The eyes reveal a… Read More


Did You Know Stress Can be a Strain on Your Eyes?

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on January 25, 2023

did you know stress can be a strain on your eyes

Stress is one factor that affects most of us in our busy lives, and health conditions from stress are common. However, did you know that stress can also affect your eyes? When life feels too busy or demanding, your eyes can pay the price like the rest of your body does during those emotionally difficult… Read More


Don’t Be Blindsided By Glaucoma

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on January 11, 2023

don't be blindsided by glaucoma

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, a necessary time to spread the word about this sight-stealing disease.  Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that gradually steal sight without warning and is the leading cause of irreversible blindness. The most common forms of glaucoma primarily affect the middle-aged and the elderly, but glaucoma can affect… Read More


A Gift Guide For Toys to Avoid This Holiday Season

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in News on December 7, 2022

cobb holiday blog pic

What an exciting time of the year! ‘Tis the season of holiday cheer, family traditions, shopping, and giving gifts to the ones we love. As we prepare our holiday shopping list, some popular toys may not be the best gift for your child. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, about a quarter of a… Read More


October is Eye Injury Prevention Month

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on October 4, 2022

young woman sanding wood with safety goggles on

The month of October is notable for seeing pumpkins, shorter days, and seeing the leaves beginning to change to the beautiful Fall season colors. Also, Eye Injury Prevention Month is proclaimed to emphasize the importance of preventing accidents and injury to your eyes. Did you know that 44% of eye injuries happen in the home,… Read More


Your Eye Health Matters!

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on August 17, 2022

a couple smiling while riding bikes

Having healthy eyesight is an integral part to maintaining an excellent quality of life. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 12 million people 40 years and over in the United States have vision impairment, including 1 million blind and 8 million who have vision impairment due to uncorrected refractive error…. Read More


How Does Swimming Affect your Eye Health?

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on July 14, 2022

person in a pool with goggles and a swimming cap

Summer is officially in full swing, and what better way to escape the endless heat than to splash in cool water. Before you head out for your next swim, we want to open your eyes to some helpful eye health tips for summer fun at the pool. Protect Your Tear Film  What is a tear… Read More


Becoming Wiser About Your Eye Health

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Uncategorized on January 19, 2022

Becoming wiser about your eye health

It is no secret that our eyes change as we age. Favorably, there is a lot we can do to preserve our eye health. A few of the most common age-related vision problems are glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic eye disease, retinal detachment, and macular degeneration. Early detection and prevention are crucial with many of these conditions,… Read More


What You Should Know About Low Vision

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Uncategorized on January 11, 2022

What You Should Know About Low Vision

What Is Low Vision? Low vision is a vision problem that makes it difficult to do everyday activities. Low vision is not correctible with surgery, glasses or contact lenses. This type of vision loss does not include complete blindness because there is still some sight, and low vision can sometimes be improved using visual aids – which are… Read More


Winter Is Here: Tips To Help Dry Eye

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Uncategorized on December 27, 2021

Tips to Help Dry Eye in Winter

We just celebrated the first day of winter, which means the winter season is in full swing! The chilling effects of the colder months, your environment, and your wardrobe are not the only parts of your life that need winter preparation; our bodies and health are often affected just as much by the winter changes…. Read More


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