How Could an Accomplished Athlete Like You Break a Leg?

Posted on: 3 March 2018

Were you on the ski slopes? Were you playing basketball? Were you being a dare-devil on your bike? For whatever reason you broke your leg, you are probably hearing from your friends the repeated question, How could an accomplished athlete like you break a leg? For that matter, you might even be asking yourself that same question. Nobody ever actually plans to break a body part, right? Whatever you were doing when you broke your leg, you are probably now trying to figure out how to maneuver for the next several weeks or months.
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Night Blindness 101: Common Questions For Worried Suffers

Posted on: 30 November 2017

You seem to see just fine when the sun is up or the lights are on, but as quick as darkness falls or a room gets dim, it's almost as if your vision shuts off too. Unfortunately, this is exactly what it feels like to experience night blindness, and it is far more common than most people think. If you suffer from night blindness, you likely have problems with driving late in the day, getting through your home in low light, and even being able to see clearly enough to function as a normal person.
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3 Myths About Your Child's Lazy Eye

Posted on: 30 October 2017

Lazy eye or amblyopia is a common eye disorder that develops in young children. It causes your child's eye to become weak. If you believe your child may be suffering from lazy eye, check out these three myths and learn the truth about amblyopia.  Lazy Eye Is a Disease of the Eye First, lazy eye isn't a disease at all. It is a condition that can occur in perfectly healthy eyes.
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3 Tips To Prepare Yourself For The Flu Shot

Posted on: 16 October 2017

With the fall season here, you may be decorating your home and planning for upcoming holiday gatherings. However, the fall is also an essential time to prepare for flu season. According to the CDC, this year's flu vaccination is an estimated 48 percent effective, so scheduling your shot is key to reducing you and your family's risk of the influenza virus. If you are like many people, you may be frightened over the idea of a shot, but proper preparation is helpful.
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