Eyedioms

Eye + idioms = eyedioms   Stars in one’s eyes=Used to describe someone who is idealistically hopeful or enthusiastic about their future Keeping an eye on=Watching alertly or attentively Sight…
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Famous nurses in history

Why focus on nurses in this blog post. Well for starters nursing has not always been considered an honorable profession. Being a nurse prior to the Civil War era was…
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Are you joking?

Just for something a little light-hearted.  What do you call a passive aggressive ogre with one eye?  Why was the one eyed teacher fired?  What did the one eye say…
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There’s an app for that

There an app for almost anything, but at this time of social distancing many school and learning centers are closed. There are several apps available to students with visual difficulties.…
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Don’t Wear your Contacts

The American Association of Ophthalmology updated an alert on Tuesday, based on several reports, the corona virus may cause a mild follicular conjunctivitis and possibly transmitted by aerosol contact. To…
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Message from Dr. Wendel

In light of COVID-19, for the wellbeing of Patients and staff alike, we will temporarily suspend our usual office hours effective as of 5 PM 3/23/2020 until further notice. If…
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Common Questions about Cataracts

What are Cataracts? A Cataract is the clouding of the eye’s natural lens What are the symptoms of Cataracts? Blurred vision Loss of night vision Sensitivity to light Halos around…
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