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When Dry Eyes Turn Painful, What Do You Do?

While you’re working, do your eyes feel irritated? Do you find yourself relying on eye drops to get through the day? These are two signs that you could have dry eye syndrome. When your dry eye starts impacting your life, it’s time to discuss treatments with your doctor. Keep reading to learn what you can… Read More


10 Easy Tips To Follow If Your Eyes Are Swollen

Have you been crying a lot? Are your eyes swollen and you’re looking for a way to reduce it? There are a variety of reasons why your eyes could be swollen. Some of these include crying, allergies, pink eye, stye, or an eye injury. Your eyes become swollen when fluid builds up in the layers… Read More


Are You Suffering From Dry Eye Syndrome?

Do your eyes feel dry when you wear your contact lenses? Are your eyes red and irritated all the time? These symptoms could mean that you have dry eye. Having dry eye isn’t the end of the world, but it can be frustrating. Keep reading to learn if you could be suffering from dry eye… Read More


Suffering From Dry Eye? Better Call Stahl!

Are your eyes always dry when you wear contacts? Do your eyes look red and irritated all the time? These are all signs that you could have dry eye. Figuring out when you want to treat your dry eye is your choice and how it affects your life. Keep reading to learn more about dry… Read More


What Dry Eye Is Really Like

The name dry eye can make the condition more difficult to understand than it needs to be. You assume that dry eye means dry eyes, right? But it’s a whole lot more than that! Keep reading for an idea of what dry eye is really like! Itchy Eyes With dry eye, one thing you can… Read More


4 Dry Eye Myths To Avoid

It’s winter and things are cold for the foreseeable future. Chapped lips, dry eyes, cracked skin…our bodies take a real beating this time of year! If you suffer from dry or irritated eyes, don’t believe the hype. Keep reading and learn the dry eye myths to avoid! 1. I don’t have dry eye, my eyes… Read More


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