August 12, 2017

Solar Eclipse Could Cause Damage to Vision

Next week, there will be a unique astronomical event sweeping across America: a rare, once in a lifetime opportunity to observe the Total Solar Eclipse. The last time this happened was on February 26, 1979, when another total eclipse was visible from the Pacific Northwest. If we count only the total eclipses visible from the continental US, excluding Alaska and […]
July 16, 2017

10 Tips for Better Vision

You only have one pair of eyes, and it is up to you to protect and preserve them. Not all eye diseases are preventable, but things like scheduling regular check-ups, eating a healthy diet, and wearing sunglasses can help. Here are some small tips that offer a big impact we think you can benefit from. By following these tips, you […]
June 5, 2017

Summer Eye Dangers

Summer is upon us and that means lots of fun for you and your family, but plenty of danger for your eyes. Here are some of the best tips for keeping your eyes healthy during the summer months Wear Sunglasses with Ultraviolet Protection  We slather our skin with sunscreen when outdoors, but what about our eyes? UV Rays can be extremely […]
April 16, 2017

National Women’s Eye Health Month

This month is for the ladies. April is dedicated to women’s eye health month, which is important because when it comes to eye health, gender may play a major role. Women, on average, are more likely to experience health problems related to their eyes than men–it has been estimated that two-thirds of all documented visual impairment occurs in women. There […]