Interesting Vision Facts

The eyes are the window to the soul, and a very complex and intriguing window at that. Here we talk about how vision works and delve into the many complexities and humorous facts about eyes, like when we first start to form images to which animal has the biggest eyeball.

A Temporary Fix to See Without Glasses

If you’re one of the unlucky people who have to wear glasses or contacts to see, you no longer have to fret when you’ve broken your glasses or lost a contact lens, because there is a way that will allow you to see without your glasses or contacts – at least for a little bit […]

Regular Cardio Can Strengthen Eyes and Vision

Regular Cardio Can Strengthen Eyes and Vision

When some people hear the word ‘exercise’ they cringe, probably because some view it as a chore that is as awful as scrubbing a toilet, and others have that reaction because they know that it’s something they need to do but they don’t for one reason or another and they feel guilty about it. The […]

Can Your Wild Lifestyle Lead to Vision Problems?

Can Your Wild Lifestyle Lead to Vision Problems?

If you drink a lot, smoke at all, or are not a very active person, you could be setting yourself up for vision problems down the road. So many people just don’t know the consequences of the habits they have. But a lot of the things you do in your everyday life can have a significant […]

Top 3 Dangers to Your Eyesight

Top 3 Dangers to Your Eyesight

Choices you make everyday will have an impact on your eyesight for years to come. Everyday we do things that are not healthy for our eyes and just by making better choices we can prolong our healthy eyesight. Three of the top dangers to your eyesight are diet, sun exposure and smoking.  By understanding the […]

What Is 20/20 Vision?

What Is 20/20 Vision Image

Herman Snellen, a Dutch ophthalmologist, designed the first eye chart with which visual acuity could be measured. Referred to as the Snellen Chart, it was developed in 1862 and is still used today. He set the baseline of measurement at 20 feet, the approximate distance at which light rays entering the eye are parallel and […]

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