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    Bad Habits That Can Age Your Eyes

    We don’t have to tell you: your eyes are important! Poets call them the “windows to your soul” for a good reason. They reflect you in so many ways, shining a light on your personality and reflecting the mood you’re in at any given moment. What’s more, your vision is important, and taking g…Read More

  2. Rows of colorful glasses on display at the optometrist.

    The Dos And Don’ts Of Cleaning Your Glasses

    According to The Vision Council, an advocacy group that champions better vision for everyone, approximately 3 in 4 Americans wear glasses or contact lenses. Even people who wear contacts all day often own a pair of glasses as well to use after removing their contacts at the end of the day (or in an …Read More

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    Tips To Improve Your Sports Vision Skills

    Whether you’re heavily engaged in sports or you simply enjoy taking part in the occasional sports-related weekend activity, you depend on your vision skills in order to perform well athletically. From having good hand-eye coordination to being able to detect quick actions, you need to see clearly …Read More

  4. Are You Due for an Eye Exam?

    Has it been a while since your eyes have been checked? Even if you think you’re seeing well enough, you may be due for an eye exam. Read on to learn if it’s time to schedule your next eye care appointment. It’s Been More Than A Year Since Your Last Eye Exam Your vision changes from one month t…Read More

  5. Why You Need Eye Exams, Even If You Have 20-20 Vision

    It’s Not Just About Getting Glasses What eyeglasses and contact lenses do for us is correct vision so we can see with clarity. An eye care center works with patients to help each one see 20/20, or as close to that goal as possible. This is achieved through corrective lenses in the form of glasses …Read More

  6. Early Warning Signs Of Cataracts

    What Are Cataracts? When a section of your eye lens, or both of the lenses, become clouded, this is known as cataracts. While cataracts are thought of more frequently with regards to eye care for the elderly, it is possible (though not common) to get cataracts at a much younger age. Typically, catar…Read More

  7. Preparing Children for Their First Eye Exams

    Your child’s vision is precious, and you want to help him or her develop healthy eye care habits now that will continue well into adulthood. A positive first experience with an eye doctor can help cultivate a sense of being comfortable with going to a vision center for eye-care services. Here’s …Read More

  8. 7 Foods to Eat for Better Vision

    Your grocery store, farmers’ market, and backyard garden provide a cornucopia of healthful foods to improve your vision and keep your eyes healthy. The following foods deliver excellent doses of nutrients that promote good vision and provide your eyes with what they need to serve you well, now and…Read More

  9. Your Guide to Proper Contact Lens Care Part 2

    Caring for your contact lenses properly means caring for your eyes properly. Many people take their eyes for granted, especially when it comes to contact lenses. A contact lens is not like a favorite t-shirt that can be worn again and again without washing. Contacts sit directly on your eyes, and if…Read More

  10. Your Guide to Proper Contact Lens Care

    Contact lenses are wonderful things. With contact lenses, you don’t have to squint through droplets on your glasses when it rains, or worry about your glasses fogging up when it’s cold out. You can wear whatever sunglasses you like without having to pay for prescription lenses. In short, your co…Read More