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Meet Dr. Schnorbus

Dr. SchnorbusDr. Joseph Schnorbus, O.D.

Dr. Schnorbus graduated Cum Laude from the University of Alabama Optometry. Undergrad course work was previously completed at University of Cincinnati. He taught for several years in both the Cincinnati & Potsdam, NY areas prior to attending Alabama.

Dr. Schnorbus is also a life-long learner whose interests include: hiking, paddling, cooking and music. He and his wife Arlene enjoy all the state of Alabama has to offer.

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Every Pink Eye Is NOT 'Pink Eye'

There are many things that can cause your eye to turn red.

The eye looks red when the blood vessels that are in the conjunctiva (the mucous membrane that covers the white of your eye and the backside of your eyelids) becomes dilated.

Those blood vessels often dilate when the eye gets irritated. This irritation can originate from a problem occurring inside the eye or factors from outside the eye.

The most common external factors that can cause the eye to become red are exposure to...

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