Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on June 2, 2022

Did you know that June is Cataract Awareness Month? Together with Prevent Blindness, the eye doctors at Cobb Eye Center are dedicated to increasing awareness of cataracts and educating patients about one of the leading causes of treatable vision loss in the United States. According to Prevent Blindness, more than 25 million Americans will develop… Read More

Prevention Tips for Eye Emergencies When Traveling

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on May 26, 2022

Family taking picture on airplane

According to AAA, 39.2 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home this Memorial Day holiday weekend. This is an 8.3% increase over 2021 60% percent increase bringing travel volumes almost in line with those in 2017. If you and your family plan to travel this Memorial Day weekend, we wanted to give… Read More

April is Sports Eye Safety Month

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on April 7, 2022

Sports Eye Safety Month

April is Sports Eye Safety Month, a reminder initiated by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) to raise awareness about preventing sports-related eye injuries. Nearly 30,000 sports-related eye injuries are treated in U.S. emergency rooms each year, and 90 percent of these eye injuries could be avoided by wearing protective eyewear. Take Me Out To The… Read More

Women’s Eye Health

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on March 9, 2022

March is Women’s History Month, celebrating women’s contributions to history, society, medicine, and culture. There have been groundbreaking contributions from women within eye healthcare as well. Did you know that women are at greater risk for eye disease and visual impairments? According to the Women’s Eye Health Organization, women account for more than two-thirds of… Read More


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

According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 2,000 eye injuries occur each day on the job. Most would think that eye injuries only happen in construction or manufacturing jobs. However, nearly 40% of work-related eye injuries happen in offices, healthcare facilities, construction, or laboratory work environments. It is essential that proper… Read More

A Good Night’s Sleep is Best for Your Eye Health

Posted by: Cobb Eye Center in Eye Health on February 15, 2022

Person sleeping in a bed

Our minds are so busy thinking and making decisions daily, but we have to rest our bodies, mind, and eyes to be refreshed to succeed in daily activities. A full night’s sleep is the remedy, but we definitely can feel it when we don’t get that good night’s sleep. There is an interesting relationship between our… Read More

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