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This flu season, we all want to keep our eyes safe from germs and other contaminants.
It is easy to remember that germs can enter our bodies through our mouth and nose, but we often forget that the eyes are just as likely of a pathway.
Do you need to rest your eyes? How about a little shut-eye?
It is no coincidence that we close our eyes when we are resting. There is a strong correlation between eye health and proper sleep, but many of us do not consider how our eyes will be affected when we get less than optimal rest.
Swimming is one of the best ways to stay in shape and cool off in the raging heat (not to mention it is a whole lot of fun). But pool water is treated with many harsh chemicals, including chlorine.
Conjunctivitis is one of the most common issues people experience with their eyes. Sometimes called “pink eye,” conjunctivitis is an issue in the eye that results in inflammation of the thin membrane (the conjunctiva) that lines the eyelid and the whites of the eye.