Your Eye’s and Germs

Most of us rub our eyes many times in the course of the day without really thinking about it. Whether we’re tired, our eyes feel dry or itchy, or there’s something stuck in one of them, it seems like the easiest way to make it feel better is to rub them a little. Unfortunately, doing…

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Is Your Child Ready to Learn?

When school opens this fall—whether in the classroom or at home—your child needs to see properly. By scheduling an eye exam for your child now, you can face fall with one less stressor off your list, and you’ll be helping your child see clearly before they return to learning. Read Get your Comprehensive Eye Exams…

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Do You Have Summer Sunglasses?

Nothing kills a fun summer outing faster than an eye injury. Some injuries are visible and instant—flying debris from weed whackers, a baseball to the eye, or caustic pool chemicals. Other injuries take a while to show up—sunburned corneas, ultraviolet rays that speed up the development of cataracts, or poison ivy or insect bites. And…

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Eye Exams for Children

According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), infants should have their first comprehensive eye exam at 6 months of age. Children then should receive additional eye exams at 3 years of age, and just before they enter kindergarten or the first grade at about age 5 or 6. What should you do?

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DIGITAL FATIGUE: EYE STRAIN AND MIGRAINES

The American Optometric Association always shares good patient information and advice.  Today, more and more people are suffering from visual fatigue without knowing the cause of their symptoms. Modern work and lifestyle changes have forced us to spend extended hours in close-range activities such as smartphones, computer work, e-books, and hand-held gaming. The increased demands…

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