Eye Protection

Cancer and Vision: The Effects of Cancer on Your Eyes

Cancer and Vision: The Effects of Cancer on Your Eyes

Cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases in America, and unfortunately, it is also one of the most prominent. Not only is cancer difficult to fight, but the side effects of cancer can be difficult to deal with, compounding the issues that arise from the cancer itself. One of the areas of the body […]

December Is Safe Toys and Celebrations Month

The holidays are upon us! No matter which holiday you’re celebrating, December is a month to get together with loved ones to eat, drink and be merry! In some cases, you may even exchange gifts. The holiday seasons can be a lot of fun with re-watching old movies and TV classics from your childhood. However, […]

Common Eye Allergies and What You Can Do

Allergic reactions, no matter how they present themselves, can be cause for concern. While allergic reactions on the skin can clear up quite easily without leaving too much damage, eye allergies are a little different. Eye allergies are very common, but that doesn’t mean we can disregard them. Allergies that go untended can actually cause […]

How to Protect Your Eyes from Sunscreen

Can you feel that warm summer breeze rolling in? We sure can! After a long winter, everyone is about ready for some fun days in the sun. But before we can have any fun, we need to make sure that we have all we need to protect ourselves. What’s the first thing we think to […]

Meet Eyeleen – The Vision Van

Eye health is something that is commonly overlooked in children. After all, we associate youth with health. A young body means young eyes, ears, and organs. What could go wrong? The reality is that children can and do suffer from the same eye health issues that adults do. Some are born with these conditions and […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Vision Care

There’s a lot of information out there concerning your eye health. Sometimes it can be difficult to tell who and what to believe; which is why we have organizations like the American Council on Science and Health operating to bring you the most reliable and up to date information about, well, science and health. Ana […]

Protective Eyewear for Sports

Not so long ago, it was uncommon for athletes, both amateur and professional alike, to wear protective eyewear. Hockey fans all over the world will remember that fateful game when Jacque Plante was struck in the face by a puck and forced the hockey league to implement facemasks as a mandatory piece of equipment. Plante […]

How Laser Pointers Are Damaging to the Eyes

In a world filled with high tech toys and games for adults and kids alike, such as video games, board games, Lego sets, and more, the one toy we’ve no doubt all played with at some point in our lives is a laser pointer. Originally not meant to be a toy, laser pointers are commonly used […]

5 Tips to Save Your Vision for Save Your Vision Month

Did you know that March is Save Your Vision Month? Originally organized by the American Optometric Association, their goal was to raise awareness about eye health and encourage eye exams. The simple truth is that we don’t think about our eyes all that much unless we have to. We wake up, open them and we […]

March Is Workplace Eye Health and Safety Month

March is the month for eye health. Not only is it Save Your Vision Month, but it is also a month to raise awareness about eye health and safety in the workplace. Often, when we don’t experience injuries first or even second hand, we tend to think that they can never happen to us. Until […]

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