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Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship Winner: Jordan Harris, Winter 2020
2021-07-06 Jay Wilner

Congratulations Jordan Harris, a Masters degree student in Nutrition Science at East Carolina University, who is our Winter 2020 Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship winner!

Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship Winner: Roderick Gaines, Spring 2020
2020-12-2020 Jay Wilner

Congratulations to Roderick Gaines, a freshman at University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC., who is our Spring 2020 Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship winner!

Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship Winner: Brittany McDonald, Fall 2019
January 6, 2020 Eye Associates

Congratulations to Brittany McDonald, a sophomore at Columbia State Community College in Columbia, Tennessee, who is our Fall 2019 Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship winner! Brittany plans to transfer to Middle Tennessee State University in Fall 2020 to major in psychology, with a long-term goal to pursue a medical career in psychiatry, and will receive $1,000 from Eye Associates to apply toward her education.

Winter Care Eye Tips
December 9, 2019 Eye Associates

While the official first day of winter isn’t until December 21, temperatures are already dropping, cold winds are blowing, and we’re wearing coats, gloves and hats to stay warm and protected from the cold. But you may be neglecting one important part of your body in the winter: your eyes!

Are You At Risk for Cataracts?
November 06, 2019 Eye Associates

Our eyes have a natural lens that bends (refracts) light rays entering the eye to help us see clearly. The eye’s lens is primarily made up of water and protein. As we age, these proteins can start to clump together and cloud a small part of the lens. This cloudy area is a cataract, which will likely grow larger and cloud more of the lens over time – causing increased vision loss. 

Dry Eye Syndrome: Common and Treatable
July 24, 2019 Eye Associates

Dry eye syndrome is one of the most common reasons for visits to an eye doctor. It is an extremely common condition that occurs when the quantity and/or quality of tears fails to keep the surface of the eye adequately moistened. Tears provide lubrication to reduce the risk of eye infection, wash away foreign matter in the eye, and keep the surface of the eyes smooth and clear.

Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship Winner: Regan Licciardello, Spring 2019
June 23, 2019 Eye Associates

Congratulations to Regan Licciardello, a first-year pre-med student at Texas A&M University, who is our Spring 2019 Nicholas A. Pennipede Memorial Scholarship winner! Regan will receive $1,000 from Eye Associates to apply toward her education.

Top 5 Reasons to Wear Sunglasses
April 23, 2019 Eye Associates

While sunglasses can add a “cool factor” to your summer style, their main function is to protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays and should be a routine part of your outdoor activities. Only about a third of us wear sunglasses regularly, despite the fact that eye damage can occur after just a brief exposure to intense sunlight.

Spotlight on Dr. Mark Siefkes
April 22, 2019 Eye Associates

I take a lot of pride in the family atmosphere that has developed in our practice over the almost 30 years we have served the people of Johnson County. Our primary goal is to give the best possible care to each and every person who walks in the door. We want them to have a great experience, so they continue to choose Eye Associates for many years to come. - Dr. Mark Siefkes, Partner

How to Read Your Eyeglass Prescription
April 9, 2019 Eye Associates

You just had your annual eye exam and have given your eye prescription to an optician so you can pick out the perfect pair of new eyeglasses. You may know in general whether you’re nearsighted or farsighted, but what exactly do all those machines used in your eye exam measure? And what do all the numbers and letters mean on your eyeglass prescription?

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