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  1. Is There Such a Thing as No-Line Bifocals?

    Is There Such a Thing as No-Line Bifocals? Do you ever find yourself keeping a distance between your favorite book and your face? Perhaps, your eyes feel tired after working on a close-up project for long periods. If this sounds like you, you might have presbyopia, a refractive error that’s common in adults over age 40.  A comprehensive eye exam is vital to diagnose presbyopia, and Read more...
  2. How do you put in your contact lenses? Follow these easy steps!

    How do you put in your contact lenses? Follow these easy steps! To ensure your contacts feel as comfortable as possible, it's essential you put in your contacts correctly. But what's the correct way, you ask? What things are worth watching out for? Naturally, it takes time and practice to perfect putting in your contact lenses when you first start using them. We've put together a selection of tips to make Read more...
  3. Is 20/10 Vision Good?

    Is 20/10 Vision Good? Your visual acuity can affect many things in your life, from how you perceive images to how close you need to be to see them in the first place. Eye doctors use 20/20 vision as a standard for the average person’s vision, and when performing a comprehensive eye exam on your eyes, they’ll use it for you, too. With 20/20 vision being a baseline, Read more...
  4. What Types of Vision Problems Are Common in Children?

    What Types of Vision Problems Are Common in Children? According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), children’s eyesight and academics go hand in hand. Proper visual skills are fundamental to helping your child do well in the classroom. Kids use their eyesight in many ways during school, from reading textbooks to working on the computer.   If your child has vision issues, they may Read more...
  5. What Are the Best Nutrients for Eyesight Improvement?

    What Are the Best Nutrients for Eyesight Improvement? The older you get, you may be at a higher risk for vision loss due to age-related eye diseases. For this reason, preventive eye care steps are essential. Our suggestion? Turn to your diet first and foremost.  Just as your eating choices can affect your body, they can impact your ocular health, too. Let’s examine some of the best nutrients Read more...
  6. Mirrored vs. Polarized Sunglasses: Which Style Is Better?

    Mirrored vs. Polarized Sunglasses: Which Style Is Better? At For Eyes, we pride ourselves on having a wide range of lens options for sunglasses. We recognize that everyone’s tastes are different, so it’s necessary to have a variety of shades, shapes, and styles to help each person find the best-suited eyewear. Two of our most popular lens options for sunglasses are mirrored  Read more...
  7. Is It Bad to Wear Reading Glasses When You Have Perfect Vision?

    Is It Bad to Wear Reading Glasses When You Have Perfect Vision? Reading glasses work wonders for people with presbyopia, a refractive error common to aging eyes. You can get them with or without an eye prescription, and they function by magnifying your near vision so that it’s easier to read and examine objects close to your face.  Is it bad to wear reading glasses when you have perfect vision Read more...
  8. 8 Antioxidants for Eye Health

    8 Antioxidants for Eye Health It’s true: antioxidants are beneficial for your eyes. But with so many options, you might wonder which ones you should start with. Let’s examine eight antioxidants for eye health (along with their food sources) so that you’ll know just what to add to your shopping cart.    8 Antioxidants for Eye Health According to the Read more...
  9. Are Blue-Light Protection Glasses Worth It?

    Are Blue-Light Protection Glasses Worth It? Whether you’re soaking up some sunshine or using your computer for school, blue light exposure is inevitable. Blue light is a high-energy light wave that comes close to UV light on the visible light spectrum. While some exposure is okay, blue light goes right through the cornea to the retina, which can have a significant impact on the eyes, Read more...
  10. Is Bad Eyesight Genetic?

    Is Bad Eyesight Genetic? The definition of “poor eyesight” may vary from person to person. Some people may call it anything below 20/20 vision (which is considered average), while others may say it’s anything requiring prescription glasses.   Many factors can contribute to poor eyesight, including your environment and lifestyle. But is bad Read more...

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