• Greens Can Help Keep Your Eyes Healthy

    “Eat your carrots, they’re good for your eyes!” What mom hasn’t said those words over the dinner table? And as with most things, mom was right. Carrots are rich in vitamin A, an essential nutrient to maintaining eye health. But what she may not have known was when it comes to good eyesight, eating a […]

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  • Celebrate With Insight Vision Iowa

    The eye doctors at Insight Vision Iowa are thrilled to announce the grand opening of the new office in Waukee, Iowa. Festivities will be held Thursday, December 10 from 2pm to 8pm. A ribbon cutting ceremony, food, beverages, and fellowship will be extra fun, thanks to a great trunk show and door prizes! Representatives from […]

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  • Eye Health Is A Special Concern for Diabetics

    Over 86 million Americans have prediabetes, a precursor to Diabetes. This vascular disease is the #1 cause of blindness in the world. That’s the bad news. The good news is, even if Diabetes runs in your family or your physician has cautioned you about your risk for diabetes, you can help manage your health and […]

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  • 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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