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Today's Vision Richmond April Blog

April is here, bringing flowers and brighter days with it! For many, April also signals the start of allergy season. Allergic conjunctivitis, commonly known as eye allergies, can pose challenges for both adults and children. Symptoms like redness, itching, watering, and swelling of the eyes can disrupt daily activities and impact overall wellbeing.


Today's Vision Richmond March Blog

As the spring season approaches, it's a timely reminder to prioritize your eye health before embarking on the adventures of Spring Break. At Today’s Vision Richmond, we understand the importance of clear vision and making the most of your break.


Today's Vision Richmond February Blog

Dr. Arya and the entire Today's Vision Richmond team are incredibly grateful and proud to be providing eye care services to Richmond, TX, and its surrounding areas over the past 10 years. A huge thank you to our friends and family who are the support system behind the Today's Vision Richmond family. We look forward to many more years of serving our patients with quality eye care services.


Today's Vision Richmond January Blog

January is recognized as Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is one of the four primary age-related eye diseases (AREDs). Although there is currently no cure, proactive treatment and regular checkups can significantly slow or even prevent vision loss, particularly when the disease is detected in its early stages.


Today's Vision Richmond December Blog

As Safe Toys and Celebrations Month unfolds, Today’s Vision Richmond is committed to promoting a safe and fun holiday season for everyone. The December, we have put together essential eyecare tips to ensure your celebrations are filled with joy and stress-free moments. Join us in protecting your vision while celebrating the most wonderful time of the year!


Today's Vision Richmond November Blog

Myopia, commonly known as nearsightedness, is a common vision condition that’s causes near objects appear clear, but objects farther away look blurry. Over the past few years, the prevalence of myopia has been increasing exponentially, making it a global public health concern. The prevalence of myopia in US children has doubled in over the past ten years, and it’s projected that 50% of the world’s population will be myopic by 2050. However, there are many treatment options available, so let’s jump in to understanding myopia, risks, and available treatment options.


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