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5 Ways to Protect Your Eyes from Sun Damage

The first day of spring is officially a month away! The days will be longer and the sun will shine brighter which means that we must take special care when ensuring the safety of our eyes.
Feb 16th, 2018

How to Keep Your Eyeglasses in Good Condition

If you wear eyeglasses, you understand just how important it is to keep them in good shape. Constantly replacing misplaced or damaged glasses is a waste of money, and it can also have a negative effect on your eyesight.
Jan 27th, 2018

Eye Care and the Holiday Season

Whether you’re shopping online or heading to the closest mall, consider the safety of your friends and family before you check out.
Nov 30th, 2017

5 Eye Care Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

Most people don’t realize that their daily habits can have a negative effect on the health of their eyes. Discover how you can start taking care of your vision and avoid the following eye care mistakes.
Nov 11th, 2017

3 Common Childhood Eye Conditions

Since August is recognized as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, it’s important to spotlight a few of the most common childhood eye conditions to raise awareness.
Aug 10th, 2017

3 Ways to Observe UV Safety Month

During the month of July, the American Academy of Ophthalmology reminds the public of the importance of practicing UV Safety.
Jul 8th, 2017

Should I Be Concerned About My Black Eye?

When you were a child, you might have felt tough walking around with facial proof of your most recent skateboarding accident. Shiners, or black eyes, occur when fluids collect in the tissues surrounding the eye after an injury near the area. Here’s everyth
Mar 18th, 2017

Am I at Risk of Developing Glaucoma?

It’s estimated that 3 million Americans have developed glaucoma, but because the symptoms are so quiet only half of those people are aware of it.
Jan 27th, 2017

A Guide For Choosing the Best Eyeglasses For You

Corrective lenses, or eyeglasses, are used to correct refractive errors, alleviate the effects of conditions such as nearsightedness, and improve the quality of life for the person wearing them.
Jan 16th, 2017

How Your Vision Changes During Pregnancy

The changes your body experiences during pregnancy do much more than encourage strange cravings. The increased amount of hormones produced by your growing little one may cause changes in your vision, among other things.
Dec 17th, 2016

A Routine Eye Exam Could Save Your Eyesight

Diabetic retinopathy is a condition that occurs in people who have diabetes. It causes progressive damage to the retina, and according to a recent report, is the leading cause of blindness among US adults ages 20-74.
Dec 1st, 2016