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  1. 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...
  2. Do I Need Glasses for 20/30 Vision?

    Do I Need Glasses for 20/30 Vision? A visual acuity test is the first step toward finding out if you need glasses. If you have 20/20 vision, based on your eye test, your vision is standard, allowing you to see what the majority of people do from 20 feet away.  What does 20/30 vision mean? It indicates that you can observe something at 20 feet that others see from 30 feet away. Read more...
  3. Does Wearing Glasses Improve Eyesight?

    Does Wearing Glasses Improve Eyesight? The benefits of wearing glasses are endless. You can correct your vision and protect your eyes from ultraviolet (UV) light with a UV-blocking coating. Most glasses even last between one to three years with the right care, meaning you won’t need replacement frames too often.  But does wearing glasses improve eyesight? Let’s find out.  Read more...
  4. How to Take Care of Your Eyes After 40

    How to Take Care of Your Eyes After 40 Did you know you have a higher likelihood of eye issues after you turn 40? Vision complications may arise if you have one of these conditions: Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) or glaucoma in your family Diabetes High blood pressure Other medical issues that require prescription medicine  During your 40s, your eye lenses might Read more...
  5. Do I Need Glasses If One Eye Is Blurry?

    Do I Need Glasses If One Eye Is Blurry? Blurry vision can affect anyone, even children. Sometimes, it can occur due to a refractive error, such as astigmatism, hyperopia, myopia, or presbyopia. Other times, it may signify a more severe eye condition. More often than not, prescription lenses are a simple solution for blurry vision. They can correct the way your eyes direct light to the Read more...
  6. Are Nuts Good for Your Eyes?

    Are Nuts Good for Your Eyes? From almond butter on apple slices to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a glass of cold milk, nuts are the perfect snack. They give you an ample supply of protein, conveniently packaged in a bag or jar for easy consumption when you’re on the go.  But while you might love nuts and eat them every day, have you been wondering if nuts are Read more...
  7. How to Take Care of Your Eyes Daily

    How to Take Care of Your Eyes Daily The definition of eye care is simple: taking reasonable steps to protect your eyes against damage. This may include wearing the right eyewear and having a regular eye exam with an Independent Doctor of Optometry (or optometrist). But the steps on how to take care of your eyes daily don’t stop there. Let’s take a look at some other steps of eye Read more...
  8. Can You Get Sunburned Eyes?

    Can You Get Sunburned Eyes? One of our favorite summer ventures is spending time on the beach with family and friends. The only downside? Sunburns. Since you were a kid, you’ve probably made sure to apply sunscreen to protect your skin before heading outdoors during the brightest hours of the day.  But what about your eyes? Can you get sunburned eyes, and if so, what Read more...
  9. What Are the Most Common Problems With Bifocal Glasses?

    What Are the Most Common Problems With Bifocal Glasses? Presbyopia can affect anyone, so understanding the best types of eyewear to correct your symptoms should be a top priority the older you get. Over time, your eye doctor may suggest you try out bifocal glasses to get your vision to where it needs to be.  Bifocal glasses feature multifocal lenses with two distinct viewing areas, separated by a Read more...
  10. Can Non-Prescription Glasses Hurt Your Eyes?

    Can Non-Prescription Glasses Hurt Your Eyes? Every day, we see hundreds of people seeking new frames. And not all of those people are searching for a prescription (which would require comprehensive eye exam and prescription). Sometimes, you might want to wear glasses without a prescription. However, you might be held back by a few questions, such as: Are there any drawbacks to non- Read more...

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