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Preventing Computer Vision Syndrome

Preventing Computer Vision Syndrome

The average person spends seven hours a day looking at a computer screen. Eyes can be strained when you view television, computer, tablet, or smartphone. In fact, over half of all computer users, including children, now show symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).

Ocular Oranges – Healthy Fruit; Healthy Eyes

Fall is finally upon us, and we certainly don’t want to fall behind on our eye health. One color and fruit comes to mind for the fall season: Orange...

Fruit of July: Grapes

You and your kids will have a “grape” time making this recipe! Grapes help maintain healthy retinas and improve your ability to see details while reading, watching Netflix...

Back To School Precautions: Preventing Pink Eye

We’ve now hit August, and soon, the kiddos will be hitting the hallways, cafeterias, and school restrooms, all of which contain plenty of germs.

Don’t Stay in the Dark About Night Vision

October: A Month of Nighttime Activities As Halloween approaches, the days become a little cooler, a little spookier, and little “darker.” From haunted houses and Halloween...

September: Sports Eye Safety Month

Among the many awarenesses in September, one of them is Sports Eye Safety Month. As we are beginning the fall sports season, it makes sense that we should highlight the ups and downs of getting out on the field...

Eye Allergies: Causes, Treatments, and Prevention

When it comes to allergies, you often think of a runny nose, sore throat, and a sinus headache. The next things that suffer are the eyes; they can become itchy, watery, red and even a bit swollen. During allergy season...

Costume Eye Contacts – The Scary Truth

Costume Eye Contacts – The Scary Truth

It’s that time of year again – time for fake cobwebs, carved pumpkins, and eye-catching costumes. That’s right; it’s Halloween...

Healthy Vision: Exercises for Your Eyes

Healthy Vision: Exercises for Your Eyes

Let’s face it. We don’t do our eyes any favors. Each day, we stare at our phones, computer screens, tablets, and TVs, and sometimes we even do this in the dark...

The Bright Side of Dark Chocolate

Chocolate is usually considered candy, something you should avoid in your everyday diet, but more studies are showing the positive health effects that dark chocolate has on the body.