Why Every Child Needs a Back-to-School Eye Exam
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It’s that time of year: the kids are heading back to school, and most families are getting ready for their regular routines after a fun summer of vacations and camps. Now that school is starting, it is a great time to think about the option to ...
Effective Treatment Options for Dry Eyes
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Whether you suffer from dry eyes due to changing weather patterns or you suffer from seasonal allergies, it can be inconvenient to deal with these symptoms frequently. But, there is no reason why you need to be uncomfortable. Your eye doctor can ...
Contact Lens Care Tips to Prevent Eye Injury
If you are exhausted at the end of a long day, then it might be tempting to skip your regular routine with the care of your contact lenses. But, failing to follow the common contact lens care tips could result in an eye infection or potential ...
5 Easy Steps to Reduce the Risk of Cataracts
Cataracts are common among the older generations. But, just because this eye disease is common, it doesn’t mean that you will face a cataract diagnosis in the future. The risk varies among patients, and there are a few things that you can to do ...
Eye Infections and Pink Eye: When to Call an Optometrist
Most school-aged children will get pink eye at least once. As a parent, you have probably been through one or more rounds of eye infections because it is common for these germs to be spread among schoolmates and friends. Even though pink eye is ...
Spring Break Fun: Tips to Keep Your Eyes Healthy on Vacation
Spring break is coming soon, and many families are looking forward to the fun activities that will be enjoyed while the kids are out of school. Whether you are planning a big vacation or you are going to have a “staycation” with local ...
Is There a Connection Between Good Sleep and Visual Health?
What is happening with your eyes when you are asleep? It is important to give your body a chance to rest at the end of a long day. Even though you are relaxing, there is quite a bit of activity happening in the brain and eyes. Rapid Eye Movement ...
New Year’s Resolutions to Protect your Vision in 2018
As you are setting New Year’s resolutions, have you considered any goals that will impact your visual health? January is often a time when people commit to improving themselves in the new year. Here are a few goals that you might add to your ...
FSA Eligible Spending: Vision Care Options
If you have a Flex Spending Account, then it is important that you use the money before the end of the year. An FSA makes it possible for you to reduce the tax burden when you need to pay for healthcare costs. But, the money in the account will ...
Eye Safety Tips for Home Improvement Projects
Are you trying to wrap up a few home improvement projects before the family comes in town for the holiday season? There are a few simple things that you can do to improve the appearance of your home. But, make sure that you are taking care of ...