Because women have higher rates of eye diseases and eye conditions than men, Prevent Blindness, the nation’s oldest non-profit eye health organization, has designated April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month. The group provides free information to the public on various eye health topics, including vision issues, possible changes in vision during pregnancy, cosmetic safety […]
Do your eyes feel fatigued after looking at a digital screen for hours on end, while you’re behind the wheel at nighttime, when you’re outdoors under the harsh sunlight or anytime in between? We feel your pain! Eye strain is a very real and serious issue. But luckily, there’s a simple solution to alleviate such […]
Astigmatism is a condition in which one or more surfaces in the eye (usually the cornea or the intra-ocular-lens) refracts the light to two different focals, causing the light rays to produce the image in front and/or behind the retina and not directly on the retina. That is why near and distant objects can appear […]
Have you ever heard the adage that we don’t see with our eyes, “we see with our brain”? Well, it’s true. The eyes are responsible for transmitting images to the brain, by focusing on an object and understanding what the object is. It is the shape and size of your eye that determines whether our eyes […]
The newly created jobs will include positions in administration, production and distribution, according to a press release. The expansion will use the company’s new lens service model in which both frames and lenses are assembled and distributed from a single location.
Carotenoids are powerful antioxidants that protect against cellular damage, and when combined with other essential vitamins and nutrients, provide health benefits vital for aging eyes.
Digital eye strain, or computer vision syndrome, is diagnosed with a thorough patient history, but then there is still work to be done to convince many it isn’t just an age-related issue and there are things that can relieve it.