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The days of splashing in the pool and barbecues have given way to back-to-school and the approach of winter holidays. Before the craze of the holiday season hits, take some time to enjoy the cooler temps of fall and the activities that make this season special. Whether you’re heading to a football game, shopping for […]
Are You Ready for Your #SunglassSelfie? If you love your shades, today is your day! June 27th is officially recognized as National Sunglasses Day across the US. In honor of the big day, we are running down the main benefits of keeping your sunglasses on all year long!
Reading glasses are glasses with a lens power, magnification, or strength, typically ranging from +1 to +4, to aid with up-close reading. They are a great option for those who do not mind slipping on a different pair of glasses for up-close viewing, or those who only require one prescription. Similarly, sun readers are available […]
The sun emits three kinds of ultraviolet radiation: UVA, UVB and UVC. While UVC is absorbed by the Earth’s atmosphere, UVB radiation is only partially blocked and can burn the skin and eyes. UVA rays are not filtered and cause the most damage to vision health. The Vision Council’s most recent VisionWatch survey reveals American […]
According to The National Institute of Health’s National Eye Institute, a staggering 42,000 sports-related eye injuries in the United States each year require a trip to the emergency room — that is the equivalent of one serious eye injury every 13 minutes! The good news? Almost 90% of eye injuries are preventable with the proper […]
Sight is the one sense people would not want to do without. But often people do not take the steps necessary to take proper care of their eyes, prevent eye injuries, or treat eye conditions that threaten their vision. Eye health education helps you learn more about common threats to your vision, like the danger […]
Think About Your Eyes (TAYE) recently partnered with travel company Airstream to send YouTube influencers, the Lanning family, on a road trip though the Western United States. Their YouTube channel, The Daily Bumps, has a fan following of their near-daily videos chronicling their family’s life. Reaching nearly 5,000,000 subscribers, they worked with TAYE to spread […]