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  • Protecting Your Eyesight Over The Years

    As we get older, our bodies don’t function as well as they used to, and that includes our eyes. However, there’s a lot we can do to keep our eyes healthy, which is why we’d like to take a look at a few of the most common age-related vision and eye problems and what can […]

    Continue Reading September 14, 2019

  • Finding The Best Eye Gear For Your Sport

    With the new school year under way, a lot of student athletes are getting back into their sports. Participating in a sport is thrilling and challenging, but it’s also potentially dangerous. Over 30,000 Americans are treated for sports-related eye injuries in a single year. Fortunately, as many as 90 percent of those eye injuries are preventable, […]

    Continue Reading September 9, 2019

  • Animal Kingdom Eyesight Olympics

    Our world is filled with a staggering array of animal life, and today we’d like to take a closer look at some of the best eyes nature has to offer. Instead of trying to identify one animal that has the best eyes overall, we’re breaking it up into categories: underwater vision, night vision, color vision, […]

    Continue Reading August 29, 2019

  • Are Your Devices Giving You Eye Strain?

    Our modern digital devices give us access to all kinds of useful tools and information…but they’re not great for our eyes. All it takes to give us a 90 percent chance of developing digital eye strain is two hours of screen time per day. With so many of us on our devices for much longer than that, especially […]

    Continue Reading August 23, 2019

  • Kids And Comprehensive Eye Exams

    Most of us remember going to the school nurse as a child, covering one eye at a time, and reading off lines from the big E chart to find out if we needed glasses. Unfortunately, as efficient as they may seem, these simple vision screenings don’t catch everything that could be wrong with a child’s […]

    Continue Reading August 23, 2019

  • Pink Eye: Types, Treatment, And Prevention

    Have your eyes been incredibly itchy, watery, and red lately? These are the main symptoms of conjunctivitis, or pink eye, which is the inflammation of the conjunctiva — the clear, thin outer layer of the whites of our eyes and the insides of our eyelids. Luckily, conjunctivitis is both preventable and treatable. For that, it […]

    Continue Reading August 12, 2019

  • Do You Know How Color Blindness Works?

    It’s easy to assume that being colorblind means living in a black-and-white film full time, but that’s not how it works in the vast majority of cases. Color Vision And Genetics A recessive gene located on the X chromosome is the main culprit behind most color blindness, which is why men are much more likely to […]

    Continue Reading July 31, 2019

  • Convincing Your Child That Glasses Rule

    Wearing glasses for the first time can be a difficult adjustment for any child. Being able to see clearly might not always seem worth it to them compared to how strange the glasses feel on their nose and ears or what their peers think, so what can you do as a parent to help them […]

    Continue Reading July 25, 2019

  • Wear Glasses? Follow These Makeup Tips

    We use makeup to hide blemishes, enhance our natural beauty, and create our own personal style, but for glasses wearers, this can get a little tricky. We know the struggle. Makeup styles that would look fantastic on someone without glasses might become barely noticeable once the glasses go on. Sometimes, the prescription strength of the […]

    Continue Reading July 19, 2019

  • The Benefits Of Vitamin A And Beta-Carotene

    Have you been keeping an eye out for the best vitamins for maintaining healthy vision? The two most important ones for promoting eye health and preventing vision loss are vitamin A and beta-carotene. What are these vitamins and what makes them so special? What Is Vitamin A? The term “vitamin A” doesn’t refer to just […]

    Continue Reading July 10, 2019