Relieve Computer Eye Strain With These Simple Tips

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eye_strain_software_featuredMany of us spend a good portion of our day looking at a computer screen—some averaging as much as 10 hours of screen time per day! Read the rest of this entry »

Tricks to Prevent and Manage Fall Allergies

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Fall is in the air—and so are eye allergies. Environmental allergies can last throughout the entire season and are usually triggered by pollen, grass and weeds. In Arizona, with the rise of humidity and frequent storms, dust and mold are also common causes for Read the rest of this entry »

How Vitamin A And Beta-carotene Benefit Our Vision

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Today we want to share with you two vitamins in particular that both benefit eye health and prevent vision loss—vitamin A and beta-carotene. Read the rest of this entry »

Your Kids Can Get Digital Eye Strain Too

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But did you know your kids may be suffering too? In today’s world, children are using various digital devices just as much, if not more, than their adult counterparts. Increased computer usage in school combined with the hours after school spent watching Read the rest of this entry »

Be Careful, Its Dark Out There!

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ws_Dark_Road_Forest_Night_Mood_1920x1080Darkness affects peripheral (side) vision, depth perception, color recognition, and more. A driver’s age and energy level can also be factors. The older the driver, the more light is required to see well. If you’re tired, reactions are slowed. Read the rest of this entry »

Is Eyestrain Causing Your Headaches?

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Are you living with headaches and aren’t sure about the cause? If so, ask yourself when you last saw your eye doctor. Uncorrected or undetected vision problems could be the source of your problems. Read the rest of this entry »

What Causes Low Vision?

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low visonLow Vision:

Low vision is a term that refers to vision 20/70 or worse that cannot be fully corrected by glasses or contact lenses. People with low vision fall into two groups: partially sighted (meaning they have a visual acuity between 20/70 and 20/200 with the aid of corrective Read the rest of this entry »