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October 08, 2013 Tuesday

  • Only 11 out of every 1,000 Americans have heterochromia, a condition that results in two differently colored eyes. This trait is commonly found in animals and is relatively rare in humans. One eye can be blue, while the other hazel. Or one eye may be brown while the other is blue. The condition can be hereditary and harmless or it can be caused by a disease or syndrome like neurofibromatosis, which is when tumors form on nerve tissue within the nervous system. An eye injury, serious infection or inflammation may also cause heterochromia.  

August 23, 2012 Thursday

  • U.S. diver David Boudia on gold medal stand
    Watching the Olympics earlier this month had me thinking about what could have been. Or at least what I dreamed about what could have been. You see, between the ages of 12-14 I dreamed of becoming an Olympic diver someday. That is until my vision failed me. That is until I missed the end of the spring board attempting one of my patented jackknife dives and crashed into the edge of the board carving a neat chunk of skin out of the length of my back.

June 19, 2012 Tuesday

  • photo by Danilo Rizzuti
    Ever wonder what goes into pricing Laser Vision Correction? Whats the difference between a low cost bargain basement LASIK shop and a high quality reputable refractive practice. What you should and should not consider when considering undergoing the life changing event that is LASIK.

April 13, 2012 Friday

March 31, 2012 Saturday

  • Every season can be allergy season, but spring hits our immune system with an extended arsenal of allergens. In springtime there is a lot of pollen floating in the air, and along with dust mites and animal dander, it’s responsible for frequent cases of allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and allergic conjunctivitis (pink eye).

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