Eye health by numbers

          As America’s population ages overall, the number of people with eye conditions and disease will increase. Currently the number of us dealing with vision problems is already staggering. If you’re coping with vision problems, you’re not alone. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Nearly 1.3 million Americans forty and […]

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Get Fit for Your Vision

          It’s no secret that exercise is the best way to get in shape and to prevent serious health conditions. But did you know that you can actually exercise your way to healthy eyes too!?           Like your heart, brain, and lungs, your eyes are impacted by […]

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Secrets for progressive lens adaption

Progressive addition lenses can be notoriously difficult to successfully dispense, but there are several techniques that can be used to ensure patients are left satisfied. How come some people love their progressive addition lenses (PALs) and others just can’t quite get used to them? The answer is often in the prescription. It’s important to know […]

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November Diabetic Eye Disease Month

Diabetes can lead to a wide variety health complications, including heart disease, nerve damage, stroke, kidney disease, and vision loss. In fact, diabetes is the leading cause of blindness among working-age Americans. Diabetes is a risk factor for developing glaucoma, as well as for developing cataracts, but the most common and debilitating vision problem experienced […]

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