Bright is not good for sight: sun safety tips for the eyes



With the sun shining and the weather so fabulous, the great outdoors is inviting us to enjoy nature. We all know however that too much of a good thing can be bad and this is also true when it comes to … [Read more...]


5 Ways to Treat the Dry Eye of the Aging Beholder



The aging process means that there are all sorts of changes to your body and one of those changes has to do with your eyes. Older adults tend to experience dry eyes because tear production slows down. … [Read more...]


Playing safe: April is Sports Eye Safety Month



  Resource post for April Sports are the leading cause of eye injuries in children, especially team sports such as football, basketball, tennis, hockey to name a few. I have two 6-year old boys … [Read more...]


Computer Work and Computer Vision Syndrome



I´ll bet you are doing what I am doing right at this very moment - sitting in front of the computer. Just like what millions of other people all over the world are doing right now. Whether you are … [Read more...]


March is Save Your Vision Month



This March, we are observing the Save Your Vision Month. This event serves to increase awareness about the importance of regular comprehensive eye examination and is sponsored by the American … [Read more...]


Daily versus Extended Wear Contact Lenses



One of the biggest advancements in contact lens technology has been the development of the extended wear lens. Extended wear contact lenses can be left in place around the clock for seven days (and … [Read more...]


Rebuild Your Vision Program Helps Thousands Naturally Improve Vision



Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Rebuild Your Vision Program Helps Thousands Naturally Improve Vision * Natural Vision Correction System Attains Phenomenal Success REDMOND, Wash. - Rebuild … [Read more...]


An Introduction to Contact Lenses



Today, contact lenses are as much for vision as they are for fashion. Giving wearers the ability to change eye color and design in literally the blink of an eye, contact lenses are no longer only for … [Read more...]


Correcting Astigmatism with Contact Lenses



Astigmatism for a long time was an eye problem that could not be fully corrected with contact lenses. Mild astigmatism could be adequately improved with soft contact lenses, but there weren't options … [Read more...]


Floaters and Spots



What are Floaters and Spots? In the majority of instances, floaters and spots really are harmless. And believe it or not, as is the case for most individuals, floaters and spots have been present all … [Read more...]


Conjunctivitis



What is Conjunctivitis? Conjunctivitis is an eye problem in which the conjunctiva, which is the mucous membrane that covers the eyelid and the white part of both eyes, becomes inflamed. There are two … [Read more...]


What Is Astigmatism?



Astigmatism is a common eye problem in which a person's cornea or lens has an irregular shape. These problems are known as Corneal astigmatism and Lenticular astigmatism respectively. The cornea is a … [Read more...]


Nutrition and Vitamins for Your Eyes



You know that proper nutrition is essential to good health. But did you also know there are certain nutrients that help keep the eyes working properly and that help prevent the onset of certain vision … [Read more...]


The Different Types of Contact Lenses



The types of contact lenses available today are nearly as numerous as the corrective issues they're designed to correct. But today's contact lenses don't even need to be corrective in nature. Many are … [Read more...]


Understanding and Living With Color Deficiency



A color deficiency is what most people mistakenly refer to as color blindness. Labeling an individual as color blind is inaccurate because overall a person's eyes function properly. The individual is … [Read more...]


Cataracts and Cataract Surgery



More than 60 million individuals around the world have cataract. Cataract is the #1 cause of blindness but fortunately, cataract is highly treatable with cataract surgery. What is Cataract? Over … [Read more...]


Dry Eye Syndrome



What is Dry Eye Syndrome? Dry eye syndrome is a common eye problem. In fact, it is estimated that more than 10 million people in the United States alone suffer from dry eye syndrome. A person who has … [Read more...]


Blepharitis Eye Problems and Diseases



What is Blepharitis? When the eyelids can become inflamed, the problem in most cases is a chronic eye disease called Blepharitis. Similar in nature to the skin condition called eczema, in case of … [Read more...]


Computer Vision Syndrome



What is Computer Vision Syndrome? Your work environment could be hazardous to your health! Computer Vision Syndrome is a very real eye problem that affects many individuals who spend a good part of … [Read more...]


Understanding Low Vision



* Are you having trouble recognizing faces you know are familiar? * When you are reading, do the letters seem distorted or appear to be broken? * Are you having trouble seeing obstacles below you … [Read more...]


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