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Foreign Object in the Eye? Consult an Ophthalmologist

Any substance like wood chip, dust particle, insect, tiny piece of wood that gets into the eye qualifies to be an alien substance. These substances are normally found on the surface of the eye or under the eyelid. 474 more words

Keeping My EYE on the Prize!

Amanda Davidson – Phoenix Phantomz, Women’s Semi-Pro Tackle Football

I had my sight set on winning a championship, I didn’t foresee what would happen if I lost my vision, literally… Here I am coming off an all-star season and working towards topping that season this year with a new coaching staff in place and load of new talent on the roster, we were in great position to claim the IWFL tittle.  622 more words

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Differences Between an Optometrist, an Ophthalmologist and an Optician

Finding an eye doctor you would trust your sight to is an important decision to make. However, your decision would, first and foremost, depend on the kind of eye care that you need. 95 more words

I See Freedom Around The Corner

I want to start off my post by wishing all the amazing mothers out there a

Happy Mothers’ Day!!!

Being a mother is a very difficult 24/7 job that hands out no paychecks, but it’s one of the most precious jobs that we have in our society. 1,005 more words

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With the rise of modern equipment and newer innovations in the mobile and computer world, eye care was left struggling to keep up ten years ago. 601 more words

San Diego Eye Care By The Numbers [Infographic]

Remembered to eat all the carrots in your plate the other day? Chances are that you did if when you were little, grown ups push carrots on you as the only knights available to rescue your eyesight. 366 more words


Dr. Ming Wang Came Looking for Hope and Found Community

Ophthalmologist Ming Wang, 55, is a Chinese-American who specializes in cataract and Lasik surgeries.

During his early teenage years, Ming fought to escape China’s Cultural Revolution, a period when dictator Mao Zedong shut down hundreds of Chinese colleges and deported millions of innocent youth to remote areas to face lifetime sentences of poverty and hard labor. 1,156 more words