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August is Children's Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month
This August, we're celebrating Children's Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month. The American Academy of Ophthalmology sponsors this observance with the goal of addressing the health and safety needs of
Recognize the Symptoms of These Common Eye Diseases
When it comes to observing the world around you, there are few organs more important than the eyes.
Our eyes are easy to take for granted. We use them to see colors, shapes, and movement, but they are so much more than purely functional. Our eyes allow us to enjoy art, stories, and precious time with friends and family.
Healthy Contact Lens Wear and Care
Eye health and clear vision are the two most important things when it comes to your eyes.
Contact lenses, when properly cared for, are a safe and effective way to correct blurry vision. However, wearing contact lenses requires an everyday routine to minimize any chance of health risk that accompanies wearing contact lenses.
Eye Safety Tips for The Workplace
Your eyes are one of the most important parts of your body.
You rely on your eyes to perform your job, as well as other tasks like driving your car, watching your favorite television shows, and performing all the activities you enjoy.
Catching Early Signs of Heart Disease with Eye Exams
Heart disease kills more Americans every year than any other single cause, including cancer.
Many Americans have cardiovascular diseases that go undetected and worsen over time.
How To Keep Your Eyes Safe from Germs
This flu season, we all want to keep our eyes safe from germs and other contaminants.
It is easy to remember that germs can enter our bodies through our mouth and nose, but we often forget that the eyes are just as likely of a pathway.
The Relationship Between Eyes and Sleep
Do you need to rest your eyes? How about a little shut-eye?
It is no coincidence that we close our eyes when we are resting. There is a strong correlation between eye health and proper sleep, but many of us do not consider how our eyes will be affected when we get less than optimal rest.