• Is Your Computer Ruining Your Eyesight?

    Computers may help modern work possible, but when computer use is left unchecked, the aggregate affect can wreck real havoc on your body and your eyesight. Experts suggest spending no more than 1 hour at a time viewing a computer screen, with at least 5-10 minute spans in between where your eye focus varies on […]

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  • Ways to Make Sure Your Teen Wears His New Glasses

    Around the age 12 or 13 (7th or 8th grade for most), kids commonly become more aware of their appearance. You may notice your child becoming more choosy about his or her clothes (the brands, the fit, the styles) or take more care with grooming. And while to the vision-impaired teen, eyeglasses may serve a necessary […]

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  • How Nutrition Relates to Cataract Prevention

    Free radicals. Oxidative stress. We commonly hear these terms when discussing skin care. But did you know an imbalance between naturally-occurring free radicals and antioxidants in your system can potentially lead to cataracts in your eyes? The evidence isn’t completely definitive yet. But some research suggests the oxidation that can occur in the cornea lens […]

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