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How to Donate Eyeglasses

How to Donate Eyeglasses

Spring is almost here, and with spring comes spring cleaning. Learn how you can find a new home for the old prescription eyeglasses, reading glasses, and sunglasses taking up space in your drawers.  Doing some spring cleaning and have piles of stuff to donate or get...
Best Contacts for Dry Eyes

Best Contacts for Dry Eyes

If you wear contacts, you might suffer from dry eyes — especially this time of year. Try our tips to find the right contacts to make your eyes more comfortable.  If you’re one of the nearly five million Americans who experience dry eyes, you know how uncomfortable and...
How to Improve Your Night Vision

How to Improve Your Night Vision

Night blindness or nyctalopia is the inability to see well at night or in poor light. It’s a symptom of an underlying problem, not a disease in itself. Some causes are: Myopia or nearsightedness Sunlight exposure Cataracts and Diabetes Vitamin A and Zinc deficiencies...
Eat Your Way to Healthy Eyes for Life

Eat Your Way to Healthy Eyes for Life

We’ve all heard the phrase, “You are what you eat.” But is it true? Turns out it is! The food choices you make every day affect how well you feel and how healthy you are. When you eat for eye health, the American Optometric Association (aoa.org) recommends a diet rich...
How to Prevent Digital Eye Strain

How to Prevent Digital Eye Strain

We live in a digital society. The average American spends seven hours a day looking at digital devices, according to the American Optometric Association. Unfortunately, looking at electronic screens for more than two hours in a row every day can cause digital eye...