3 Care Tips For Your Eyes That Can Save Your Vision

31 March 2020
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Caring for your vision is just as important as caring for your heart and other organs in your body. Your eyes provide you with a window to everything around you so you can see all of the beauty surrounding you each and every day. Without your vision, what would you do? What would you be missing out on? This is why caring for your vision is so important. Read on for some eye care tips that can save your vision. Read More 

3 Daily Environmental Hazards Your Eyes Are Exposed To

22 August 2018
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People often don't give their eyes the respect they deserve, but it's not necessarily out of negligence. You simply may not know how many things in your daily life could be hurting your eyes. If you're concerned about your vision and want to maintain it for as long as you can, consider these three hazards and how well you're protecting yourself from them. 1. UV Light UV light is often thought of as something that's good for plants and bad for skin, but that's not all it does. Read More 

Child Starting Preschool? Time For An Eye Exam

7 May 2018
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If you plan to enroll your child in preschool soon, one of the first things you may do is take your little one for a physical exam and immunization checkup. Although both exams are essential, it's also important to have your loved one's checked. Even at a young age, children can experience some problems with their vision. Here's why your child needs an eye exam before preschool. Why Do Children Need Eye Exams? Read More 

Where Does Blue Light Come From?

24 January 2018
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If you've researched eye health or recently purchased a pair of glasses, chances are you've heard something about blue light. Blue light is a light spectrum that's generated by a wide variety of things, with some producing more than others. Unfortunately, blue light may lead to macular degeneration later on in life. If you're concerned about protecting your eyesight from blue light, consider the following sources that you are probably exposed to on a daily basis. Read More 

Wearing Old Glasses? 4 Signs It’s Time To Get New Ones

5 October 2017
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If you've had your current prescription glasses for more than two years, it's time to get your vision checked. Prescription lenses aren't intended to last forever. Even if you think your vision is the same as it was when you last had your vision tested, it might have undergone changes that you're not aware of. Even minor vision changes can cause problems if you're wearing the wrong glasses. Here are four signs that your current prescription isn't working anymore. Read More