Are you living with Diabetes?
Are you living with Diabetes?
Is your child engaging in too much screen time?
August is National Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month! Read on to learn more about common childhood eye conditions, and schedule a comprehensive eye exam for your child.
Read the label before you buy, and ensure that you purchase frames with 100% UV defense.
Schedule an eye exam for your child before the school year begins!
Read on to learn more about the dangers of eyelash extensions.
Learn more about the dangers of lawn mowing and gardening, and discover what you can do to avoid common eye injuries.
July Fourth is just around the corner, and fireworks will soon illuminate the North American sky.
Protect your eyes all summer long!
June is Cataract Awareness Month!
Learn more about blue light, and discover how you can protect yourself from overexposure.
This Memorial Day Weekend, keep safety in mind!
There might not yet be a cure for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), but thankfully there are several steps you can take to reduce your risk. Learn how you can start today!
Learn how to protect your eyes from chlorine.
April is Sports Eye Safety Month!
Schedule an eye exam today!
It’s important to wear sunglasses, whether you’re hiking a mountain or walking to work.
Have you ever experienced digital eye strain?
Discover how alcohol can affect your vision!
Discover how your vision can change during pregnancy.
The first day of spring is officially a month away! The days will be longer and the sun will shine brighter which means that we must take special care when ensuring the safety of our eyes.
The flu has been particularly bad this year, and it isn’t over yet. Ensure that you receive the flu shot, wash your hands, and exercise daily to avoid the flu and other diseases such as conjunctivitis.
If you wear eyeglasses, you understand just how important it is to keep them in good shape. Constantly replacing misplaced or damaged glasses is a waste of money, and it can also have a negative effect on your eyesight.
Discover how you can take care of your contact lenses this winter.
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. Discover four important facts about glaucoma, and encourage those in your life to schedule an eye exam in the new year.
A great way to combat dry eyes is to stay hydrated all winter long.
Discover how sunglasses can benefit the health of your eyes all winter long.
Whether you’re shopping online or heading to the closest mall, consider the safety of your friends and family before you check out.
Happy Thanksgiving from Catonsville Eye Group!
Most people don’t realize that their daily habits can have a negative effect on the health of their eyes. Discover how you can start taking care of your vision and avoid the following eye care mistakes.
It’s time to schedule a comprehensive dilated eye exam with your ophthalmologist.
Discover how you can take the necessary steps to prevent blindness and other serious eye health issues.
Did you know that a lack of sleep can have a negative impact on your eye health?
Discover how you can find relief from fall allergies with the following eye care tips.
Discover how to have an enjoyable Halloween season with the following tips.
How often to use wash your makeup brushes?
Honor Healthy Aging Month by scheduling an eye appointment today!
Is your child wearing the right protective eyewear?
Any amount of exposure to the sun, or the solar eclipse, could cause short-term and long-term damage.
Discover the simple ways that you can start improving the health of your eyes today.
Since August is recognized as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, it’s important to spotlight a few of the most common childhood eye conditions to raise awareness.
Parents tend to overlook the importance of getting an eye exam for their child.
If you’re a Maryland resident, you’ll have the chance to experience a partial solar eclipse in the early afternoon of August 21.
Discover how to care for your lenses effectively!
Whether you’re taking a dip in your backyard or heading to the neighborhood swimming pool, ensure that you’re practicing eye safety.
During the month of July, the American Academy of Ophthalmology reminds the public of the importance of practicing UV Safety.
Discover how spending time outdoors can benefit your child’s visual health.
Learn how you can safely view the solar eclipse!
Learn how you can practice yoga safely with glaucoma!
As the Fourth of July approaches, remember to practice safe fireworks etiquette.
Maintaining a healthy diet could reduce your risk of developing cataracts!
Honor World Glaucoma Week by scheduling an eye exam!
Sunlight contains many shades of different colors, depending on the energy and wavelength of the individual rays.
Encourage the entire family to participate in Healthy Vision Month!
Is stress the root cause of your eye twitches?
Can you measure empathy with eye contact?
Summer is coming… keep your eyes protected from harmful UV rays.
Make sure your child is wearing the correct eye protective gear.
Are you asking your eye doctor the right questions?
When you were a child, you might have felt tough walking around with facial proof of your most recent skateboarding accident. Shiners, or black eyes, occur when fluids collect in the tissues surrounding the eye after an injury near the area. Here’s everyth
How are you protecting your eyes at work?
Have you had an eye exam recently?
It’s estimated that 3 million Americans have developed glaucoma, but because the symptoms are so quiet only half of those people are aware of it.
How much do you know about cataracts?
Corrective lenses, or eyeglasses, are used to correct refractive errors, alleviate the effects of conditions such as nearsightedness, and improve the quality of life for the person wearing them.
How much time does your child spend playing with your phone?
Are you concerned about noticing eye floaters?
The changes your body experiences during pregnancy do much more than encourage strange cravings. The increased amount of hormones produced by your growing little one may cause changes in your vision, among other things.
This holiday season, protect your eyes from harm!
Diabetic retinopathy is a condition that occurs in people who have diabetes. It causes progressive damage to the retina, and according to a recent report, is the leading cause of blindness among US adults ages 20-74.
It turns out that drizzling olive oil over top of your spaghetti isn’t just delicious, but it can boost your eye health too.
Are you experiencing symptoms of conjunctivitis?
Have you ever experienced discomfort in your eyes after a long day of work at the office?
Are you taking care of your contact lenses?
36 years ago, Catonsville Eye Group was created in order to provide eye care with a unique approach to the Baltimore area.