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  • July is National UV Safety Month
    By HCM | Uncategorized | Comments
    July is National UV Safety Month. As Summer gets in to full swing and restrictions due to the COVID pandemic are easing, we’re spending more time outdoors. It’s important to remember that although sun exposure is a great source of vitamin D, moderation is key....
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    July 10, 2020 0
  • Could contact lenses track and treat diabetes?
    By HCM | Patient care | Comments
    Could contact lenses track and treat diabetes? New research in animals shows that contact lenses may not only be able to check blood sugar levels, and measure pressure in glaucoma patients, but also deliver drugs directly to the eye for those with diseases related...
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    July 7, 2020 0
  • Happy 4th of July!
    By HCM | Engagement | Comments
    Happy 4th of July! While this years celebration might be a bit different than years past, please remember that if you plan to enjoy fireworks tonight, make sure to wear protective eyewear and keep water on hand to put out duds and misfires. Always...
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    July 4, 2020 0
  • Are you ready for the 4th of July?
    By HCM | Patient care | Comments
    Are you ready for the 4th of July? Although traditional Independence Day celebrations are likely to look much different this year, we’re still reminded that last year an estimated 11,000 people, many bystanders, were sent to the ER for fireworks related injuries – 10%...
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    June 30, 2020 0
  • It’s National Sunglasses Day!
    By HCM | Uncategorized | Comments
    It’s National Sunglasses Day! Sponsored by the Vision Council, National Sunglasses Day seeks to bring attention to the importance of wearing Ultraviolet (UV) Protective eyewear. Sun damage to eyes can occur anytime, not just during the Summer. Learn more about UV radiation and eye...
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    June 28, 2020 0
  • A protein that normally deposits mineralized calcium in tooth...
    By HCM | Did you know? | Comments
    A protein that normally deposits mineralized calcium in tooth enamel may also be responsible for calcium deposits found in the back of the eye of people with Dry Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD). In Dry AMD, deposits of lipids, proteins, and chemicals, called drusen, form...
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    June 23, 2020 0