February Newsletter

Eye Care, Newsletter

How to Protect Yourself from a Wrong Way Driver Note from Bedminster Eye and Laser Center founder Lawrence V. Najarian, MD: Recently, while driving at night on a highway, my family was almost killed by a wrong way driver. The only thing that saved my family was a reflexive understanding of the situation that I […]

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January Newsletter

Newsletter

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month Glaucoma is a leading cause of irreversible blindness in the United States. Glaucoma has no noticeable symptoms in its early stages, and vision loss progresses at such a gradual rate that people affected by the condition are often unaware of it until their sight has already been compromised. During Glaucoma […]

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December Newsletter

Newsletter

The Bedminster Eye & Laser Team wishes you and yours Happy Holidays lit by the warm glow of family and friends! Thank you for entrusting your precious vision and eye health to us. The Eye Doctor-Approved Holiday Gift Guide Air guns are a notorious threat to the eyes. But new findings suggest these guns are harming more […]

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November Newsletter

Newsletter

FDA Warns Consumers to Stop Using These Eye Drops Please Note: The 26 brands of eyedrops in the FDA warning are considered generic or off-brand eyedrops and have never been recommended by Bedminster Eye & Laser Center for patient use. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)is warning consumers not to purchase and to immediately stop […]

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Medicare & Insurance Information – Important!

Eye Care

To All Patients:You may not be eligible for Medicare, but you probably know someone who is. Please pass this helpful message on to anyone you know who is eligible for Medicare!It is that time again……Don’t be caught off guard….the Medicare Open Enrollment 2023 session began October 15 and runs through December 7, 2023! This is the only period during which beneficiaries (you the patient) […]

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October Newsletter

Newsletter

Four Risks of Costume Contact Lenses Cosmetic contact lenses change your eye color or appearance, helping you make a subtle or bold statement with your eyes. But beware: buying cosmetic contact lenses not prescribed by an eye doctor who has examined your eyes can lead to serious eye problems—even vision loss. Contact lenses require a […]

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September Newsletter

Newsletter

FDA Warning about These Two Eye Drops The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA ) is warning consumers not to purchase and to immediately stop using Dr. Berne’s MSM Drops 5% Solution and LightEyez MSM Eye Drops – Eye Repair (both products shown at right) due to bacterial contamination, fungal contamination, or both. Dr. Berne’s products are […]

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August Newsletter

Newsletter

The Connection Between Vision and Learning Because so much of what is presented to children in schools is visual, vision and learning are closely related. There are many aspects to healthy and comfortable vision. Certain ones are particularly important when it comes to learning: If your child experiences problems with any of these aspects of […]

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July Newsletter

Eye Care, Newsletter, Uncategorized

July is UV Safety Month: What it Means for Your Eyes We all love the beach, but too often, the beach does not love us back. Ultraviolet rays (UV) from the sun cause skin damage, as well as pose a significant threat to eye health. The best protection for your eyes are sunglasses offering UV […]

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June Newsletter

Newsletter

Protect Yourself and Your Family: Fireworks Eye Safety The numbers are clear: Fireworks are dangerous and July 4 is an especially risky time for eye injuries. Fireworks caused 9 deaths and 11,500 injuries in 2021, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s most recent annual fireworks injury report (PDF). Most fireworks injuries happen between mid-June and […]

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