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Are Smart Phones Bad for Your Vision?

It started with phone calls, led to texting and calendars and games, and now it seems, whether you’re on a Blackberry, iPhone, Google Android, or Windows Mobile, your smart phone can do anything – from setting your oven timer to mapping your hiking trial via GPS to editing your digital photos. You can even download […]

Rebuild Your Vision 10-10-10 Rule

Don’t let the things you love to do destroy your vision. Reading, using computers, and watching television, while enjoyable can be dangerous to your sight. These every day activities involve near point stress on your eyes. Give your eyes a break. It doesn’t take long and the benefits can be huge. If you have to […]

Presbyopia – Poor Vision Due to the Aging Process

Sadly, most of us will experience a decrease in vision as we age. It’s just one more sign that we are getting up there in years. While this is a normal part of the aging process, it does not mean that we have to accept it gracefully and move on with our life. There are […]

Can Your Child’s Vision Affect an ADHD Diagnosis?

According to a recent Denver Channel article, approximately 4.5 million children in the United States were diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Anyone who is a parent knows how hard it is to get kids to pay attention sometimes, but sometimes I feel as if an ADHD diagnosis is not the right answer. A […]

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