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Protective Eyewear for Kids

Research shows that eye injuries account for 40,000 trips to the emergency room annually. This is equal to an injury every 780 seconds! Eye Care experts agree that the vast majority of the reported damage could be simply prevented by wearing protective eyewear. The majority of eye damaging accidents take...

The Facts About the Eye Health Benefits of Eating Carrots

Are carrots good for your vision? While eye doctors affirm that the orange root vegetables are made up of large quantities of a vitamin which is known to be very good for your eyes, eating large amounts of carrots will not eliminate your need for corrective eye wear. Beta-carotene is...

Are You Aware of the Dangers of UV to Your Eyes?

  As a result of ongoing education to create awareness of the threats of Ultraviolet (UV) light to your skin, (which include sunburn and skin cancer), most are familiar with the importance of applying sunblock and using other forms of sun protection particularly during the blazing summer months. But did...

A Guide to Caring for Contact Lenses

  Contact lenses need careful treatment and care to be considered a safe and feasible option for those selecting corrective eye wear. Improper care can lead to damaged lenses, or even worse, eye infections or scratches, which on occasion results in vision loss. Children and adults that are not responsible...

Rigid Lenses: Are You a Candidate?

  Although soft contact lenses are most common, a second, less familiar type of contact lens materials exists: gas permeable (GP) contact lenses, sometimes referred to oxygen permeable lenses. In reality, RGP lenses are a more modern technology than soft lenses, and they last longer, offer finer vision quality, and...

A Guide to Preventing the Effects of Eye Allergies

If you are experiencing red eyes, itchy eyes or watery eyes you may be suffering from spring eye allergies. For some, March begins pollen season, which means uncomfortable symptoms such as red eyes, itchy eyes, stinging, burning and watery eyes. Spring eye allergies are largely due to an influx of...