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Dr Joanne Caruso

Dr Joanne Caruso

617-926-4191

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

235 Waverly Ave
Watertown, MA 02472-3238

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  • Back in the day, these huge glasses would have been looked at as ridiculous. I was a frames stylist for 2 years at an optometrist's office in the 1990s and showing so much cheek through the lenses was considered a poor, unbalanced look. But fashions are always changing and now the big frame is the 'look'.

  • Your yellow eyes may be related with your liver problems which should be checked out fully. You need to have the good rest for the eyes. You should not spend much time in front of the computers. You should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. The home remedies like warm compress could be taken into consideration.

  • You can go and look around at the local optical stores and find if they offer free sports glasses, but as I know it is quite impossible. Search online, you may find some.

  • You'd better not watch TV which may affect your vision after the cataract surgery. Your eyes are during the recovery time which should not be stimulated by the bright lights from the screen. You should wait for about a month. After a basic recovery, you could watch tv in less time.

  • Yes, this is possible. Eye doctors can directly observe your blood vessels to find out if you have any vascular diseases. And diabetes is just one kind of vascular diseases, you should know this. It is common that diabetes can usually cause some vision problems such as blurry vision, eye twitching and so on. You need to be cautious when you have such symptoms above.

  • I have the same problem , I've never had eye infection by contact lenses till today - (I use Air Optix-Night and Day). It's been two years that i wear conatcs and i have never asked too myself what would happen if I sleep on it - lol , and I had never took out contacts for 1 week ,,,Every month!!!!, Do you believe that !! NOW it's been 3 weeks that my eyes are so red and i just keep touching them, I used Systane Ultra, Alcon but they didn't helped me (Sorry if you dont understan something i don't know so much english)

  • Sore eyes (known as conjunctivitis) symptoms include red, watery and itchy eyes. This is a contagious but common eye infection. Signs and symptoms of sore eyes will peak in 3 to 4 days, and patient will be relieved and recover in about 10 to 14 days. There are many natural sore eyes treatments for both kids. These include adding some salt to boiled water, dipping cotton balls in this solution and then placing them over the sore eyes for relief. This should be done for about five minutes. You can even put sliced of peeled potato on the eye for about a quarter of an hour. Conjunctivitis usually clears up within a few days but the above treatment will help to soothe eyes. Now I will give you're the best treatment for sore eyes .first, wash the eye as much as possible. This will help to wash out the infectious organisms. Second, use green tea or Chamomile tea bags, Soak these tea bags in warm water and then use the liquid to wash your eyes. You can also place the moist tea bags over your eyes to reduce the itchiness and redness. But you'd better remember that children with conjunctivitis should always see a doctor before trying out any of the remedies given above. Or it will be dangerous.

  • Wow, I can't believe how wrong those answers are: Fevers are not caused by being cold. Cold stimulates your immune system, kicking it into overdrive, which is why it DOES cause a runny nose for a short time, even though you're not actually getting sick. Your body is preemptively making your nose run to reduce the chances of infection. "Colds" are not because of bacteria. A cold is caused by a virus. I doubt he was asking about dry eyes. And you DEFINITELY don't use vitamin C to "moisture your eyes". Vitamin C is an antioxidant that your body needs only in trace amounts to help your mitochondria regulate their oxidization process, not to keep your eyes wet. In general, trying to get excess vitamin C is bad for you, not good for you. There is mounting evidence that trying to push antioxidants in general may shorten your lifespan. And a fever is NOT usually be accompanied by pink eye or eye infection. What the hell kind of crazy answers are these? Eye pain can be caused by inflammation of optic nerve sheath, or extraocular muscles, or a number of other similar causes, some of which could be triggered by by or have a common cause with a fever.

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