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  • Close Your Eyes

    By Bryan M Stoller, OD Our eyes are one of our most precious assets.  I want you to imagine something.   When imagining it always helps to close your eyes.  However, if […]

    Continue Reading June 23, 2015

  • Spots before the eyes

    By Sasha L Radford, OD What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when a child has red, watery eyes? “Pink eye” is the dreaded verdict, as it can […]

    Continue Reading March 16, 2015

  • The fading rug

    By Sasha L Radford, OD There was once an exquisite oriental rug on the parlor room floor of a small family home in the country. The rug was quite expensive […]

    Continue Reading March 16, 2015

  • This “mite” be gross

    By Sasha L Radford, OD   Look with me through the microscope:  The eyelid margins are red with scales or crusts around the lashes. The eyes themselves are a little […]

    Continue Reading December 22, 2014

  • Not Just Black & White

    This article appeared in the Fairbury Blade and Pontiac Daily Leader in October 2014.  By Sasha L Radford, OD   What does it mean to be colorblind? Do some people really […]

    Continue Reading October 8, 2014

  • Resolving the Mystery of Glaucoma

    This article appeared in the Fairbury Blade and Pontiac Daily Leader in September 2014. By Sasha L Radford, OD   When asked about family history of eye disease, patients often confuse […]

    Continue Reading October 8, 2014