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The American Optometric Association has named March Save Your Vision Month, making it the perfect time for individuals to plan their healthy activities for the rest of the year. If you’re concerned about your vision this month, here are just a few of the lifestyle changes you can make to ensure your eyes stay happy…Read More

With the National Eye Institute proclaiming February as Low Vision Awareness Month, there has never been a better time for people to consider their eye health. Although many conditions exist that can damage a person’s eyes, few are as concerning as age-related macular degeneration. What is Age-Related Macular Degeneration? Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a…Read More

As 2019 kicks off, glasses are trending more than ever before! Whether you’re buying them for practical purposes or are looking to change up your look, here are just some of the reasons that getting glasses is going to be big this year! For Fashion Glasses don’t distract others from your natural beauty, they actually…Read More

Christmas is just around the corner, and it’s a great time to celebrate some of the most important things in our lives: family, friends, and health. Speaking of health, if you’re running out of ideas for Christmas gifts, you could present your loved ones with a pair of glasses, sunglasses, or contact lenses. Good vision…Read More

When was the last time you had your blood sugar levels tested? If you don’t even remember, it may be a good reason to visit your doctor. November is American Diabetes Month, and it’s the perfect time to raise awareness for the disease. Diabetes may lead to blindness and other serious complications that may be…Read More

When was the last time you visited your doctor? Even if you’ve been feeling good lately, you should see your doctor for regular checkups. Your health is one of the most precious things you have, so you shouldn’t overlook the importance of prevention. However, if you need a friendly reminder, the National Health Education Week…Read More

September is Fruits & Veggies—More Matters Month, and believe it or not, the foods you eat have a lot to do with the health of your eyes. Vitamin A is necessary for proper eye function, and the beta-carotene found in orange-colored fruits and vegetables are precursors of vitamin A. Foods that are rich in Vitamins…Read More

The summer may be full of fun, but that shouldn’t get in the way of eye safety! From UV exposure to the swimming pool to sports participation, there are a lot of ways that children can injure or damage their eyes during the summer months and when they’re heading back to school. With a little…Read More