Posts by Slade & Baker Vision:

Can Popping Bottles Poke Your Eye Out?

We all heard it from our parents as kids “careful not to poke your eye out!” Whether it was playing with BB guns or slingshots, or whatever the toy was, we were raised to be careful with anything that could potentially fly near or into our eyes – for good reason. Let’s fast forward to… Read More »

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What a Hot Summer Means for Your Eye Allergies

Have you noticed itchier eyes?  Redder eyes?  Could they be due to a longer allergy season? It’s been a warm 2019, and the results are an earlier flowering season than normal for spring allergies, and a high pollen count due to the hot summer.  A hot, hot summer will mean a longer allergy season. If… Read More »

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Dr. Slade Presented AECOS Visionary Award

Today is an exciting day at Slade & Baker Vision!  I’m happy to announce a guest blogger today, our own Dr. Bennett Walton.  He specifically asked if he could write this post himself, and how could I say no?! ————- At the recent meeting of the American-European Congress of Ophthalmic Surgery, which was held in… Read More »

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Is Poor Sleep Linked to Glaucoma?

The Link Between Poor Sleep and Glaucoma The American Academy of Ophthalmology reported that a study conducted in the US released that over 6,700 people over 40 years old revealed a possible connection between having glaucoma and having sleep problems. The optic nerve is responsible for sending signals from your eye to your brain, and… Read More »

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Did You Know You Have a Blind Spot? Find Out Where!

Many of us have never noticed or tested out our blind spot. We encourage you to find your natural blind spot.  It’s a very compelling way to see why blind spots in our vision are NOT things people notice.  So it’s dangerous. In this short video blog or “vlog”, our very own surgeon Bennett Walton,… Read More »

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