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  • Managing Your High Blood Pressure
    Simple lifestyle changes can do a world of good for lowering high blood pressure. Whether you’ve just been told that you have high blood pressure or have been living with high Read more
  • How Your Lifestyle Affects Your General Wellbeing
    What you do day-to-day can greatly impact how you feel, function, and even act. Many Americans are living an unhealthy lifestyle and they’re either dealing with chronic diseases or they will deal Read more
  • Why Annual Checkups Are Important
    Find out why everyone should visit their general practitioner at least once a year. No matter how healthy you are or think you might be, it’s still important to have a Read more
  • What To Do After an Animal Bite
    Animal bites are a serious threat to children and adults around the world. From bites from domestic pets such as dogs and cats to more exotic animals such as monkeys Read more
  • How to Diet Safely
    Intermittent fasting, paleo, keto, vegan….there are so many lifestyle changes and diets out there that it can often feel like information overload. We know that a diet that works well Read more
  • Staying Safe in the Winter
    It can be a bit more challenging to stay healthy during the colder months, especially with the temperature dropping outside. We definitely see a rise in colds, flu, and other Read more
  • Safety While Taking Blood Thinners
    If you’ve been told by your general practitioner that you are at high risk for blood clots, or if you’ve had a blood clot in the past, you may be Read more
  • Holiday Lights and your Eyesight
    The holiday season is upon us and many will be setting up lights at home and work this year to spread some holiday cheer. British researchers recently concluded people who Read more
  • Is that a sparkle in your Eye?
    Have you ever heard the phrase “Smile, your eyes sparkle when you do”? What does it mean to have a sparkle in your eye? When your iris (the colored part Read more
  • Your Eyes After 50, What to Expect
    Between the ages of 40 and 65, our eyes can go through significant changes. The lens inside your eye begins to harden as you reach your 50's, resulting in changes Read more
  • Diabetes is the Leading Cause of Preventable Blindness
    Research shows significantly more people with diabetes got their critical annual dilated eye exam during the first two years following Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). However, this Read more
  • Good Night, Sleep Tight, and See better tomorrow
    A good night's rest is what so many of us desire, yet millions of people do not get enough sleep, and many suffer from lack of sleep or an undiagnosed Read more
  • Vision Loss can Be Scary
    America's top fears include public speaking, heights, and creepy crawly insects. Did you know that sight is the sense people fear losing the most? The larger part of the brain Read more
  • Detecting Heart Disease, Dementia, and More
    An eye exam may identify other issues other than vision problems. It's recommended that everyone should see an ophthalmologist for a baseline medical eye exam at age 40. This is Read more
  • Fall Allergies causing Dry Eyes?
    While some are excited about the Fall season, many middle Tennesseans are suffering from allergy symptoms. One of the many annoyances of fall allergens, especially for those that wear contact Read more
  • LASIK is on the Rise
    Not everyone is a candidate, it's considered elective surgery and most insurance plans do not cover it…so why is there a recent increase in LASIK surgery? Shofner Vision Center as Read more

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