GOODBYE WINTER DRY EYES

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on January 4, 2023

The winter season is here! Dry eyes are prevalent during winter because of the cold, harsh winter winds, dry outdoor air, and dry indoor heat. These sudden changes in the atmosphere produce the onset of moisture evaporation inside your eyes. Thus, our tear glands do not produce fluid quickly enough to maintain the liquid coating… Read More


Celebrate The New Year Safely

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in News on December 19, 2022

We are all looking forward to a fresh start and ready to ring in the New Year with cheer! Every year it is that special time to celebrate with champagne but popping a bottle of bubbly comes with some risks. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, a champagne cork can fly up to 50… Read More


Keep The Holidays Happier and Healthier

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in News on December 12, 2022

Have you started your holiday shopping yet, checking your list and checking it twice?   If you struggle to find the perfect gift for your special loved one, look no further. Finding the perfect gift can be a frustrating task. You may think a cookbook, a health-wellness gift, or a gift card for a healthy… Read More


Eye Healthy Foods To Add To Your Thanksgiving Menu

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

Can you believe that Thanksgiving will be upon us next week? Before you start planning your Thanksgiving dinner feast, we want to share a few menu options to add to your traditional recipes that include a few eye-healthy choices. The nutrient-rich diet’s holiday greens and the reds, yellows, oranges contribute to an eye-healthy medley Thanksgiving… Read More


WHY ARE MY EYES SO DRY?

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on November 1, 2022

There comes a time when nearly everyone experiences that uncomfortable and gritty feeling when your eyes become too dry. However, for some people, dry eye is more than a short-lived annoyance when the dry eye symptoms continue and are an issue that often might be due to dry eye syndrome. Here is empowering information about… Read More


Protect Your Eyes This Halloween

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on October 25, 2022

Are you ready to celebrate and have fun this Halloween? Creating your Halloween costumes and putting the extra finishes on your costume look to indulge in a fun expression of your personality, but if you are not careful in what you choose, your costume could lead to a trip to the eye doctor. Thinking of… Read More


Glaucoma – Facts and Myths

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on October 12, 2022

Did you know that 80 million people are living with glaucoma worldwide? Knowledge is POWER, and we want to empower our patients with a wealth of information! Knowing the correct information can significantly impact your daily life and eye health. Here are six common myths that the Glaucoma Research Foundation researched we would like to… Read More


5 Myths About Conjunctivitis

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on September 27, 2022

Conjunctivitis, usually referred to as pink eye, is a prevalent eye condition. Pink eye is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, irritated by a virus, bacteria, or allergies where the eyes are inflamed and red. Some types of pink eye are very contagious and can quickly spread from person to person. There are many misconceptions about… Read More


Fall Eye Allergies: Symptoms and Treatments

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on September 20, 2022

This week is when the seasons change, and we say goodbye to summer and welcome the first day of Fall. Fall is a beautiful time of year to see the beautiful leaves change. The days and nights get cooler, so it’s time for many to deal with eye irritation due to fall allergies. Did you… Read More


How To Prevent Digital Eye Strain?

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

In today’s time, we use digital screens for just about everything to relax, work, play, or keep up with our daily lives. Researchers have discovered that it only takes two hours of screen time per day to have a 90% risk of developing digital eye strain. Why Do Digital Screens Cause Eyestrain?  You normally blink… Read More


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