Tag: eye health
There’s no better time to shed light on some important facts about women’s vision than the present. Research shows that there are key discrepancies between men and women when it comes to their vision. Here are three things you probably didn’t know about women’s vision.
February is American Heart Month and according to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease is the #1 killer in America and the #1 killer of women. There are steps you can take to help keep your heart healthy though, including: Eating healthy foods Exercising Quitting smoking Managing stress Getting enough sleep Keeping up with annual […]
2021 is the year we all get back on track – especially when it comes to our overall health. No doubt you have the COVID-19 vaccine on your to-do list for this year, but now is also the time to plan for those exams and check-ups that had to be postponed.
Put Eye Health at the Top of the Nice List ‘Tis the season for creative gift giving and finding the best ideas out there to show your friends and family you care. For us, it’s always the right season to focus on eye health though! Since your eyes are so complex, there is no one […]
What are you looking forward to seeing with fresh eyes in 2021? As we get ready to ring in 2021, let’s keep the future in focus with great, healthy vision and set our sights, literally, on what we’ve missed in 2020! Is there a loved one you didn’t get to visit in 2020 due to […]
It’s time to get focused on what smoking does to your eye health! Smoking’s impact on the lungs and heart are well-known, but did you realize the damaging effects on your eyes can be quite severe as well? Smoking is proven to increase the chances of almost every major type of eye disease according to […]
Should you really wear special eye protection when you’re playing sports? If you wear glasses, aren’t you already protected from potential injury at work? Take our quiz to find out!
Grab your cape…and your fork. We’re ready to talk about foods with super-boosted health impacts for your vision! Cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) are the leading causes of visual impairment and acquired blindness in the U.S. More than 25 million adults over 40 are impacted by one, or both, of these impairments. But, there […]