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Don’t Be Shortsighted With These Facts About Children’s Vision
By Jeff Hayward Children

Don’t Be Shortsighted With These Facts About Children’s Vision

We tend to worry more about eye problems and deteriorating vision as we age, but the truth is that children can have a variety of eye ailments that can threaten their eyesight as well. Even if your child has 20/20 vision and doesn’t seem to have trouble seeing the blackboard (or whiteboard) in school, you […]

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Don’t Be in the Dark With These 7 Ways to Improve Night Vision
By Jeff Hayward Your Health

Don’t Be in the Dark With These 7 Ways to Improve Night Vision

Many people seem to have 20/20 vision during the day, which is of course ideal. However, for some, when the sun goes down their grip tightens a bit on the steering wheel, or they avoid driving at all after dusk. There is actually a medical term for poor sight at night – it’s called nyctalopia […]

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Your Eyes Are The Windows to Overall Health
By Emily Lockhart Your Health

Your Eyes Are The Windows to Overall Health

The American Optometric Association recommends a yearly eye exam for all adults. Do you know why? The eyes are literally windows to our overall health and wellness. Not only do they offer a bird’s eye view of basic vision health—gazing into your peepers presents a reflection of the arteries, nerves, and veins in the rest […]

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