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New Study Shows Springtime Is Peak Season For Dry Eye
A recent study is finding out that Springtime is the peak time for dry eyes. As the pollen and air-born allergens increase in the spring, researchers have determined that it has the greatest influence for creating dry eye.
The University of Miami conducted the study and published their results in Ophthalmology. The study was performed over analysis of 3.4 million visits to Veterans Affairs eye clinics over a 5 year period.
You can read the full article here: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/flowers-bloom-in-spring-and-so-does-dry-eye-042715.html
If you are experiencing dry eye and have questions about how to treat it, please contact the Gordy EyeCare team
image credit: Gord Spence on flickr
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 written by Gordy EyeCare Team
, Dr. Griff Gordy
, Dry Eye
, Gordy EyeCare
, Phenix City
, Smiths Station
, University of Miami
, Veterans Affairs