Smoking And Your Eyes

Posted by: Eyecare Associates of New Orleans in Uncategorized on December 2, 2021

Smoking and Your Eyes

It is a countdown to the end of the year and almost time to wave goodbye to 2021. Many people are beginning to think about their goals for 2022, and for some people, quitting smoking is their top goal. The most common health effect that comes to mind when we think of smoking is lung… Read More


Kitchen Eye Safety Tips

Posted by: Eyecare Associates of New Orleans in Uncategorized on November 17, 2021

We are fast approaching the biggest holiday seasons to celebrate, spend time with family, and spend most of our time in the kitchen preparing our favorite holiday dishes. As we prepare our delicious meals, we want to remind you to practice kitchen safety to protect you and your loved ones from a preventable eye injury…. Read More


World Keratoconus Day

Posted by: Eyecare Associates of New Orleans in Uncategorized on November 10, 2021

This week we are spotlighting World Keratoconus Day, which takes place on November 10, 2021. This is a perfect time to increase awareness about the condition sponsored by the National Keratoconus Foundation, an educational program of the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute, UC Irvine, to raise awareness about keratoconus (KC). We are joining in to educate… Read More


Are You Suffering From Dry Eye?

Posted by: Eyecare Associates of New Orleans in Uncategorized on October 27, 2021

Woman suffering from dry eye

Dry eye disease is a common condition occurring when your tears cannot provide lubrication for your eyes. Tears can be scarce to produce for many reasons, which can cause your eyes to feel uncomfortable. The tear instability leads to inflammation which may damage the eye’s surface. In certain situations, you may experience dry eyes, such… Read More


Do Our Eyes Change As We Get Older?

Posted by: Eyecare Associates of New Orleans in Uncategorized on August 25, 2021

Do Our Eyes Change As We Get Older?

Beginning in the early to mid-40s, many adults may start to have issues seeing clearly, especially when reading and working on a digital device. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, adults develop this typical problem between 41 to 60. This average change in the eye’s focusing ability, called presbyopia, will continue to progress over… Read More


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