• 14 APR 17
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    Womens’ Eye Health and Safety Month

    April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month and the perfect time to create awareness of the fact that women suffer from more vision problems than men. It is also a great time to talk about the important steps that women can take to preserve their vision. • Of the 4.1 million Americans aged 40Read more →
    • 28 JAN 19
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    Winter Sports Eye Safety

    Winter Sports Eye Safety

    Remembering to protect your eyes while participating in winter sports is very important. The proper eyewear can protect the eyes from sun damage as well as objects that might scratch or damage the eye. If you, a friend, or family member enjoy winter sports, here is what you need to know about winter sports eyeRead more →
    • 01 OCT 18
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    Tunnel Vision – It’s not just a figure of speech

    You’ve probably heard it used as a disparaging remark –  a person or business has “tunnel vision” – meaning they can only see things from their own, narrow point of view. It’s more than just a saying; tunnel vision is a very real vision impairment and it involves the loss of peripheral, or side, vision.Read more →
    • 11 DEC 18
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    3 ways cold weather can affect your vision

    As the cold weather sets in many of us notice its impact on our physical comfort. Our hands and feet get cold, our skin gets dry and our eyes may tear more. In fact, the cold weather can cause several different eye conditions including dry eye and vision changes. It’s important to protect the eyes

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