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EYE-Q Welcomes Michelle Carle, M.D. to the Team

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April 2014 marked the official welcome of Dr. Michelle Carle, as one of EYE-Q’s new retina specialists. Dr. Carle earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta, Canada and graduated as a Doctor of Medicine with special training in research, completing her ophthalmology residency five years later. Her specialization is in diseases […]

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Eyes: The Windows to Your Health

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The eyes may be the windows to the soul, but they’re also the gatekeeper to many other systemic health issues including diabetes and high blood pressure. National Geographic explains why the eye’s tissues and blood vessels make such a good barometer for wellness. Source: National Geographic

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Eye Wellness and Safety in the Workplace

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What does your daily work environment look like? Are you mobile, driving from place to place? At the office behind a desk? Maybe your job calls for daylong, hands-on activities outside the office. No matter where you are or what you do, there are two things always along for the ride —­­ your eyes. Here […]

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EYE-Q Vision Care Lends A Helping Hand

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Established in 1957, LARCS has improved the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities in Fresno County for more than 50 years.  On Saturday, March 8, 2014, LARCS hosted its Spring Fling and Fashion Show at Ft. Washington Country Club. The event included lunch, a country store, fashion show and a special performance by Break the […]

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration

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Do obscure dark spots disrupt your vision? As part of the body’s aging process, the retina, a light-sensitive tissue lining the back wall of the eye, can begin to breakdown. The central portion of the retina is called the macula.  One of the most common macular difficulties is age-related macular degeneration (AMD). In the U.S., […]

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