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Eye Health Library

Eye Health LibraryWelcome to South Jersey Eye Associates’ Vision Library. This growing online educational archive covers a broad variety of vision and eyecare issues. The information provided is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for the care of a qualified vision specialist or medical professional. The information is provided without warranty of any kind and use of the information is strictly voluntary at user’s own risk.

Should you have a question on a specific vision-related topic please send us an email or contact our office.


Contact Lens Care: Reduce Your Infection Risk

Contact Lens Care: Reduce Your Infection Risk

Dr. Brandon J. Wuzzardo presents this addition to the SJEA Eye on Vision Library. Here he discusses contact lens care...
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October is Halloween Eye Safety Month

October is Halloween Eye Safety Month

EYE ON VISION. Optometric Physician Dr. Russell W. Chappius III presents South Jersey Eye Associates “Eye on Vision” for October....
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September is Healthy Aging Month

September is Healthy Aging Month

EYE ON VISION. Optometric Physician Dr. Brandon J. Wuzzardo presents South Jersey Eye Associates "Eye on Vison" for September. September...
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Floaters: What are they and why do you see them?

Floaters: What are they and why do you see them?

EYE ON VISION. Dr. Russell Chappius III presents this addition to the SJEA Eye on Vision Library. Here he explains...
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August is Children’s Eye Health & Safety Month

August is Children’s Eye Health & Safety Month

With August being Children's Eye Health & Safety Month, South Jersey Eye Associates has asked our very own Optometric Physician, Dr....
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7 Things You’re Doing at Your Desk That Will Give You Eye Strain

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Healthy Eyes for Peak Performance

Good eye health and optimal vision are critical factors for better performance at school, at work, and at play. To...
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Can Your Child See Well?

If you have doubts about your child’s vision, here are some signs to look for. How do his eyes look...
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Signs of Dyslexia

If you know a child who has dyslexia, one of the things he has in common with other children who...
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Aging and Eye Changes

If you’re over the age of 40, chances are you now use reading glasses or bifocals to improve the clarity...
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Do I Need Glasses?

If you’ve never worn glasses before but are experiencing symptoms that suggest you might need them, you should have your...
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The Importance of Vision Balance

Sometimes the information coming in through the eyes does not get through quickly enough, or is unreliable when it reaches...
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Age Related Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is fairly common among the elderly. The macula is the portion of the retina responsible for clear, sharp,...
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Color Vision Explained

The sky is blue, the grass is green, the sun a burning yellow, but why? We know that white light...
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High Risk for Eye Cancer

The National Cancer Institute states that exposure to strong sunlight, particularly in early childhood, may increase the risk of intraocular...
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Night Blindness

Many people have more difficulty seeing clearly at night than they should. This condition is called Nyctalopia in which the...
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The Dry Eye

The normal eye is kept moist by a thin film of tears on its surface. Most of these tears are...
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Another Resource: All About Vision

Visit AllAboutVision.com for complete information on eyeglasses, contact lenses, LASIK & vision surgery, sunglasses, macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, low vision, pink eye, and much more.

Another Resource: National Eye Institute

Visit https://www.nei.nih.gov/health for eye health information, including diseases and disorders, eye anatomy, health resources, and much more.