Category Archives: Ohio Eye Care

Why Women Need to be Mindful about Eye Health

In many ways, the differences between men’s health and women’s health are well-known. There are certain health conditions that only affect one sex, and some that only affect the other. When it comes to eye health, there is a common misperception of equality. In truth, statistics indicate that women experience significantly higher risks for multiple… Read More »


When Moisture is Too Much

The eyes require a certain degree of moisture to stay comfortable and optimally healthy. There is another end of the spectrum though, too much moisture. We need to discuss a condition referred to as mucus fishing, which is slightly more than a simple moisture problem. Mucus fishing describes the need that one may have to… Read More »


Let’s Remember the Children

Roholt Vision Institute provides friendly, professional care that supports the long-term eye health of adults of all ages. Our services range from medical eye exams to surgical treatments for serious eye conditions. While the eye diseases that are normally addressed by us occur in adulthood, we cannot overlook the need to remember the children. In… Read More »


Does Blue Light Equal Bad Eyes?

Light is an interesting thing. We see white light not because it is directly white, but because a spectrum of hues comes together on the retina. These hues of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet are energetic, each having its unique measurement. Outside of fascinating trivia, there is practical value in knowing a… Read More »



Do you know when to see the Eye Doctor?

You may know that it is beneficial to have your eyes examined once every year. To have your eyes examined does not mean the same thing as having an annual vision assessment. This is where a lot of folks go wrong. Yes, how well you see is an important factor in a good quality of… Read More »




Myopia: Nature vs. Nurture

Myopia, popularly known as nearsightedness, is currently estimated to affect roughly 30 percent of the American population. However, on the other side of the world, cases of nearsightedness in children has increased at an alarming rate. This study examined the prevalence of myopia among Taiwanese schoolchildren between 1983 to 2000. The researchers found out that… Read More »


Quick Guide to Activity Levels After LASIK

A common concern for patients who are about to undergo LASIK at the Roholt Vision Institute is how soon they can engage in certain activities post-surgery. After all, many of these patients are highly active individuals who opt for LASIK to help improve their vision while engaging in the sports or physical activity of their… Read More »


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