3 Unexpected Signs You Need New Glasses

If you wear vision correction, you know that prescriptions can change over time. If you don't see your eye doctor on a regular basis, you might wait until your corrective lenses are damaged, or you're having difficulty seeing clearly through them to get help. However, there are earlier signs that you're in need of a new vision prescription. If you are experiencing any of these three symptoms, it may be time for a new pair of glasses or contacts: Read More 

Picking Out Sunglasses? Don’t Forget The Frames

When looking for sunglasses to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, it is easy to become hyper-focused on the lenses. You look for lenses that are polarized, block 100% of UV rays, and that perhaps change color depending on the amount of light exposure. However, the frames also play a role in how effective sunglasses are at protecting your eyes. (They're not just a fashion statement.) As you shop for the best sunglasses, pay attention to these frame features. Read More 

The Three Parts Of Your Eye That Rely On Good Nutrition

The eyes are an incredibly delicate part of the human body that need to be cared for in order to function at optimal efficiency. Without adequate nutrition, your eyes could become damaged or experience poor vision. While any part of the body will suffer if you don't take good care of it, the eyes are particularly vulnerable. Read on to learn about the three main parts of the eye that need good nutrition to thrive. Read More 

4 Tips For Getting Your First Pair Of Reading Glasses

For many people, vision gradually declines over time until one day you realize you are having a much harder time reading computer screens and books than you used to. The words may seem a bit blurry and out of focus, or you may find yourself squinting in order to read. Luckily, reading glasses are a simple solution. Here are four tips for getting your first pair of reading eyeglasses: 1. Opt for Prescription Glasses Read More 

Avoiding The Danger Of Blindness In Toddlers Caused By Pink Eye

Toddlers don't usually suffer from a wide variety of eye problems, which makes it unnecessary for them to regularly visit optometrists. However, they may occasionally get struck by pink eye, a problem that may end up blinding them. Here is what parents and the baby's optometrist needs to know about this danger. How Toddlers Get This Problem Pink eye is a problem that can occur in people of all ages. Read More