Though some of the old adages about eye health still hold true (you still shouldn’t sit so close to the television), there are a few modern habits that could harm your eyes, as well. Your vision, and your eyes, are precious. To keep from hurting...Read More
It’s no secret that certain foods aren’t great for your overall health. Too much of these foods, and not enough healthier foods, can cause inflammation, high cholesterol, large changes in blood sugar levels, and even elevated blood pressure. While some of these foods affect your...Read More
It would be hard to say which of your body’s organs is the most important. But if you were to make a list, chances are your eyes would be near the top. With that in mind, you should be taking steps every day to develop...Read More
Myopia, or “nearsightedness,” is a condition of the eye in which objects that are closer to the eyes can be seen clearly, but objects far away appear blurry or hard to distinguish. You may also have heard myopia referred to as “shortsightedness.” Along with astigmatism,...Read More
Many people treat eye exams the same way they would a common cold or flu virus – they only make an appointment when they’re feeling bad. But only calling your optometrist when you’re not seeing well could mean that you’re missing out on all the...Read More
With June being Cataract Awareness Month, it’s a great time to bring attention to this and other conditions that cause vision loss. An estimated 24million Americans are currently dealing with cataracts, most of them over the age of 40.
In the hustle and bustle of 21st-Century...Read More