5 Issues for Aging Eyes & What You Can Do About Them

Our eyes undergo significant changes as we get older. Aging eyes can spur weakness for vision. Recognizing and diagnosing symptoms early can keep our eyes healthy. While some issues can only be detected with an eye exam, there are many conditions that present symptoms that you can recognize and, with your eye doctor, work to treat. Issues for the Aging Eyes and What They Can Mean...
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3 Options for Replacing Adult Teeth

It's easy to remember the excitement of losing teeth when we were children. From that first wiggly tooth, waiting for it to fall out, and the thrill of waking up to a note or gift from the tooth fairy. But while losing teeth is a childhood rite of passage, losing teeth in adulthood can be upsetting and expensive. Losing adult teeth is often irreversible and can only be treated by getting your...
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Reader’s Recipes: Pineapple and Jalapeño St. Louis Style Pork Spareribs

With summer finally here, the grill is out, and we’re ready for some southern style eating. While there has long been love for Memphis and Texas style BBQ, St. Louis also has claim to a unique and delicious style. And thanks to a reader who originally from the Gateway to the West, we can share this incredible recipe with you! What makes St. Louis style ribs don’t refer to the...
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The Dangers of Sleep Apnea: When You’re Getting Shut Eye, You Could Be at Risk for Eye Disorders

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is more than just a noisy nighttime annoyance. The most known symptom of the condition is loud snoring. But OSA also can narrow or close the airway in your throat, which momentarily will cut off breathing and lower blood oxygen levels. Over time, this can have deleterious effects. Aside from not getting a good night’s rest and feeling physical and mental...
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