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No Fireworks Are Safe, Even the Innocent Sparkler Causes Thousands of Eye Injuries

South Jersey Eye Physicians wants people to know the facts about fireworks so everyone has a fun and safe Fourth of July.

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Posted on June 05, 2017

Women Face Higher Risk of Blindness Than Men

Studies show there is a gender gap in eye disease. Women are more likely than men to suffer from sight-threatening conditions such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts, and glaucoma.1 In support of Healthy Vision Month in May, South Jersey Eye Physicians and the American Academy of Ophthalmology remind women to make vision a top priority.

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Posted on May 01, 2017

Wearing Eye Protection

Sports-related eye injuries cause an estimated 100,000 doctor visits each year. Yet, most of these injuries can be prevented by wearing eye protection. In fact, a recent study of high school field hockey players shows that traumatic eye injuries fell 67 percent after eye protection became mandatory.

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Posted on April 03, 2017

Workplace Eye Wellness

On-the-job safety goes well beyond avoiding slips, falls, and heavy lifting. Caring for your eyes should be a high priority and part of an overall workplace wellness routine. This is important because each day, about 2,000 U.S. workers sustain a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment.

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Posted on March 02, 2017

AMD One of the Leading Causes of Blindness Among Seniors

Age-related Macular Degeneration is one of the leading causes of blindness among seniors, affecting approximately 2.1 million people nationwide . By 2050, it is expected that the number will more than double to 5.4 million . People may be putting themselves at unnecessary risk of vision loss by neglecting to have sight-saving eye exams.

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Posted on February 03, 2017

Early Detection Critical to Treating Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a major cause of vision loss worldwide. It affects more than 3 million people in the United States—nearly half of whom are unaware they have the disease. During Glaucoma Awareness Month in January, South Jersey Eye Physicians joins the American Academy of Ophthalmology in reminding the public that early detection and treatment can help protect your sight.

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Posted on January 04, 2017

Safe Toys Make for Happy, Injury-Free Holidays!

The holidays are right around the corner and for many that means shopping for the children. One thing to keep in mind when buying toys for children is to make sure they are safe. Children receive all sorts of presents that are potentially unsafe for their eyes during the holidays, including BB guns, darts, pellet guns and paintball guns.

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Posted on December 01, 2016

How Diabetes Affects Your Eyes

Diabetes is a disease that affects the body’s ability to produce and/or use insulin in amounts sufficient to control blood sugar levels. People with any type of diabetes can develop hyperglycemia, which is an excess of blood sugar, or serum glucose.

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Posted on November 02, 2016

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

People with diabetes are at increased risk of developing serious eye diseases, yet most do not have sight-saving, annual eye exams, according to a large study. This is especially timely as South Jersey Eye Physicians joins the Academy in reiterating the importance of eye exams during the month of November, which is observed as Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month.

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Posted on November 01, 2016

Want Scary Eyes for Halloween?

Halloween is a popular time for people to use decorative contact lenses. But most people do not know the sight-stealing consequences behind making these choices.

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Posted on October 21, 2016

October is Halloween Eye Safety Month

Zombie or devil contact lenses may elevate a Halloween costume’s fright factor, but wearing them without a prescription could result in something far more terrifying – blindness. South Jersey Eye Physicians joins the American Academy of Ophthalmology in urging Halloween shoppers to understand the risks of wearing over-the-counter contact lenses.

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Posted on October 01, 2016

Healthy Eyes Happy Lives Infographic

One in six Americans age 65 and older has a vision impairment that cannot be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. Also, risk of eye disease increases with age, yet many older adults neglect to see an ophthalmologist for care. Here are some facts and tips for seniors age 65 and older about keeping eyes healthy through the years, and why it’s crucial that seniors have regular eye exams.

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Posted on September 22, 2016

September is Healthy Aging Month

According to a national survey released by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, nearly two out of three American adults report having eye or vision problems. A significant percentage of them, however, fail to seek medical attention in the form of regular, sight-saving eye exams.

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Posted on September 01, 2016

August is Back to School Eye Health

With back-to-school time around the corner, parents will be scrambling to buy new school supplies and clothes. As they tick off their long list of school to-dos, ophthalmologists are reminding moms and dads not to neglect one of the most important learning tools: their children’s eyes.

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Posted on August 01, 2016

Sun Smart UV Safety Infographic

When it comes to practicing sun safety, Americans are getting smarter. But in some cases, we’re still in the dark on UV exposure and how to avoid it. Remember to cover up with a hat, glasses and sunscreen!

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Posted on July 19, 2016

July is UV Safety Month

The days are longer, the sun is hotter, the beach beckons and out comes the sunscreen. But summer revelers looking forward to sizzling hot fun in the sun shouldn’t overlook their eyes when it comes to protecting themselves from damaging ultraviolet rays, warns South Jersey Eye Physicians and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

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Posted on July 01, 2016

June is Fireworks Eye Safety & Cataract Awareness

This June, South Jersey Eye Physicians joins the American Academy of Ophthalmology in observing Cataract Awareness Month by sharing three things everyone should know about the condition and its treatment.

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Posted on June 01, 2016

Cataract Surgery Infographic

Approximately 24.5 million in America have cataracts, a leading cause of blindness in the United States. Cataract surgery remains the most effective way to help restore vision for those with cataracts.

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Posted on June 01, 2016

May is Health Vision Month

In support of NEI’s Healthy Vision Month in May, South Jersey Eye Physicians and the American Academy of Ophthalmology are encouraging everyone to take charge of their eye health and preserve their sight by following some simple tips.

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Posted on May 01, 2016

April is Sports Eye Safety Month

Sports-related eye injuries cause an estimated 100,000 doctor visits each year. Yet, most of these injuries can be prevented by wearing eye protection. In fact, a recent study of high school field hockey players shows that traumatic eye injuries fell 67 percent after eye protection became mandatory.[1] In support of Sports Eye Safety Month in April, South Jersey Eye Physicians and the American Academy of Ophthalmology are offering athletes of all ages guidance on how to best protect their eyes.

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Posted on April 01, 2016

Sports Eye Injuries Infographic

Sports-related eye injuries cause an estimated 100,000 doctor visits each year. Yet, most of these injuries can be prevented by wearing eye protection.

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Posted on April 15, 2016

Keep Your Eyes Safe While on the Job

Each year, thousands of Americans visit the emergency room to treat a workplace eye injury. A significant portion of eye injuries occur in manufacturing, construction and mining. During Workplace Eye Wellness Month in March, South Jersey Eye Physicians, PA is joining the American Academy of Ophthalmology in reminding employers and workers in these fields about the importance of wearing eye protection.

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Posted on March 02, 2016

March is Workplace Eye Wellness & Eye Donor Awareness Month

Long touted as good for backs and necks, proper desk ergonomics are also important for the health and comfort of the eyes. In support of Workplace Eye Wellness Month in March, South Jersey Eye Physicians, PA and the American Academy of Ophthalmology is offering tips to desk workers everywhere whose eyes may need relief from too much screen time.

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Posted on March 01, 2016

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

Approximately 2.7 million Americans have the potentially blinding eye disease glaucoma, but only half are aware of it. Meanwhile, glaucoma incidence is on the rise. Researchers predict that glaucoma will affect as many as 6.3 million Americas by 2050. January is Glaucoma Awareness Month and the American Academy of Ophthalmology are sharing a list of risk factors that can lead to the disease.

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Posted on January 01, 2016

Low Vison Awareness

Low vision occurs when there is significant visual impairment that is not correctable with glasses, contact lenses, medication, or eye surgery. It is characterized by partial loss of sight due to blind spots, tunnel or blurred vision. Glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts are all common causes of low vision.

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Posted on February 01, 2015 by Arthur Siegel, OD

February is AMD/Low Vision Awareness

Low vision occurs when there is significant visual impairment that is not correctable with glasses, contact lenses, medication, or eye surgery. It is characterized by partial loss of sight due to blind spots, tunnel or blurred vision. Glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts are all common causes of low vision.

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Posted on February 01, 2016

Scleral Lens

For most contact lens wearers, soft contact lenses are very successful. They provide great vision, they are very comfortable, and today’s materials provide a healthy alternative to glasses. For some patients, it is a little more difficult.

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Posted on November 07, 2014 by Dr. Dennis Miller, OD

New Contact Lens for Keratoconus

For anyone who has Keratoconus, or who has trouble wearing gas permeable contacts, I highly recommend that you give these lenses a try.

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Posted on October 22, 2014 by Kaitlyn Riley

Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

Do you struggle to keep your contact lenses clean and disinfected? Do you have ocular allergies? Are you an occasional contact lens wearer or prefer to only wear your contact lenses while exercising or playing sports? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, daily disposable contact lenses may be the right option for you.

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Posted on August 16, 2014 by Dr. Dennis Miller, OD

30 YEARS AT SJEYE – DR. NACHBAR’S ANNIVERSARY!

Today marks my 30th Anniversary at South Jersey Eye Physicians! I remember it as if it were yesterday.

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Posted on July 05, 2014 by Dr. James Nachbar

December is Safe Toys and Celebrations Month

With the holiday toy-shopping frenzy in full swing, chances are there’s a lucky kid or two on your gift list. Of course you want to pick out something enjoyable. But some may pose a serious threat of eye injury to children, especially toy guns. The American Academy of Ophthalmology are urging parents to avoid buying toys that can cause serious eye injuries and even blindness in children.

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Posted on December 01, 2015