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What are those? Dogs? Camels? Tan blotches?   They are horses. But for those who can’t see far away, they could be literally anything and that’s no way to go through life. Not being able to see objects in the distance is a condition called
Why Use Glasses on Winter
In American culture, sun glasses are usually linked with the warm, sunny days of summer. It seems counter-intuitive to wear them during the cold days of winter, when the sun is farther away and setting earlier. But that same sun, though it’s farther away from
Glasses Trends in 2020
For those with vision problems, glasses are a regular part of life. But they can be more than something that helps you see. Here are some of the latest eyewear trends for 2020. Clear Frames Frames made of clear plastic have become a new trend in recent
Fast food burger and fries
The new year has officially arrived and with it comes a new decade. Here’s a list of 20 things to avoid to make sure you keep your vision healthy through the 2020s. 1. Smoking If you smoke, you’re at greater risk for eye diseases like age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. 2.
How to Adjust Eye Frame
Whether you’re near-sighted or far-sighted, everyone with poor vision will likely end up wearing glasses at some point in their lives. Even those who stick mostly to contacts will need to keep a pair, just in case. But how can you tell if your glasses
Dangers of Secondhand Smoke
Smoking has been a part of American culture for centuries, but it hasn’t been until recent decades that research has begun to show the dangers of smoking. As of the 21st century, most people understand the dangers of smoking, as well as secondhand smoke. But
8 Eyesight Signe in Older People
As we get older, it’s natural for our eyesight to worsen. Maybe you need reading glasses where you never needed them before or things are just a bit cloudier than they used to be. In some cases, eyesight deteriorates to the point where it can
Preferred Screen Time for Children
The inception of tablets in the home means the amount of screen time children receive is higher than the generations before. Many children are able to work their parents’ phones before they’re able to speak in full sentences. They ask to play games, watch videos,
Elderly man with glaucoma
Patients at the optometrist’s office are there for a variety of reasons, but they can usually agree on one thing: having that puff of air blown into the eye is one of the most uncomfortable experiences of the standard eye exam. There are other uncomfortable
Eyes Safety from Champagne Corks
The new year is upon us! And as is tradition for any time of celebration, it’s time to pop that champagne bottle in celebration of the closing of the year, and the decade.   However, this time of celebration can cause a danger to your