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September 8, 2018

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(originally published for Optometry Times)

Diagnosis at the molecular level is quickly becoming standard of care. The national initiative in precision medicine will rely heavily on genetic diagnoses by taking into account “individual differences in people’s genes.”


September 16, 2018

Eye strain, especially computer eye strain, is becoming increasingly common in adults. If you get frequent headaches, blurry vision, or other symptoms, you may have computer eye strain. Complete the free self-test, and make an appointment to come see a doctor.

September 8, 2018

Starting to take a new medicine?  Check it out first on worstpills.org.  This publicly funded site gives up to date information on medicines that create problematic cross reactions with other medications.  It also tells about medicines that have caused side effects wit...

July 7, 2017

Dr. Burton Worrell from Advance Vision Center of Optometry, along with other eye doctors, including the specialist surgeon, Dr. Randal Pham,  teamed to implant a very tiny telescope in the eye of a patient.  The first of its kind in the world!

The older gentleman w...

July 7, 2017

All these apps are available for Android and IOS devices.

1. MedHelper - your personal healthcare assistant $FREE

Track your prescription medications, treatment, and appointment schedules. Set alarm and reminders and a log of all your past doses. It's easy to install and...

July 7, 2017

Practical tips for avoiding diabetes

1. Wear a pedometer and get 8,000 to 10,000 steps each day. 

2. Eat a plant-based diet (seven servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day; at least 14 different types of vegetables each week. 

3. Get seven to eight hours of sleep...

July 7, 2017

1. Follow the 20-20-20 rule.

To ward off digital device eye strain, follow this rule. Every 20 minutes, make time to take a 20-second breather and look around you at things more than 20 feet away.

2. Keep documents with their height the same as your screen.

Avoid neck pai...

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