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Driving At Night

Driving At Night

It’s well known that driving at night is riskier than driving in the daylight. If you have less than perfect eyesight, it further raises the risk.  A dirty windshield and faulty headlights aren’t always to blame. Struggling to see at night can be caused by a range of...

Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis

Commonly known as “pink eye,” conjunctivitis is a highly contagious infection that causes inflammation of the conjunctiva. The inflamed blood vessels become more visible, causing the whites of the eye to look pink. Hence the name “pink eye.” Pink eye can be caused by...

Color Blindness

Color Blindness

People with color blindness tend to see colors a little differently. It usually runs in families, and while there’s no cure, there are special glasses and contact lenses that can help differentiate between colors. Most commonly, people with color blindness cannot tell...

Protecting Your Eyes When Hunting & Shooting

Protecting Your Eyes When Hunting & Shooting

Wearing shooting glasses is the best and only way to protect your eyes when shooting, whether at the range or hunting. This eyewear protects you from cartridges, inclement weather, gunpowder, etc. Accidents can occur at any time, so it’s imperative that your eyes are...

Are Screens Really Bad for Our Eyes?

Are Screens Really Bad for Our Eyes?

We’ve all heard how bad the effect of screen time and blue light can be on our eyes. But is it really that bad? Effects Eye strain is a very real result of spending too much time staring at a screen. Your eyes have to work harder to focus, and you tend to blink less...

Fall Allergies + Your Eyes

Fall Allergies + Your Eyes

Most people associate springtime with allergies and itchy eyes, but 75 percent of people with springtime allergies also have reactions to ragweed in the fall. Autumn can be worse than spring for some people. We’ve got some ways for you to help manage and prevent those...

Don’t Wait for Blurry Vision to Get An Eye Exam

Don’t Wait for Blurry Vision to Get An Eye Exam

Changes in vision are a normal part of life for literally millions of individuals. All of our eyes tend to change with age, so proactively monitoring them can help safeguard their health! Unfortunately, many wait until they start having problems before they go get an...

Back to School Advice: Do Those Free Vision Tests Work?

Back to School Advice: Do Those Free Vision Tests Work?

BACK TO SCHOOL VISION SCREENINGS We all remember standing behind some crudely placed tape on the floor in the nurse's office, trying to make out the tiny black letters on that infamous white chart. For many students, this examination is the only technique used to...

Is That Your Boss’s WebCam Quality Or Your Vision Quality?

Is That Your Boss’s WebCam Quality Or Your Vision Quality?

With just about everybody moving their offices to their bedroom, and their board rooms to chat rooms, we are completely inundated with screen time. Unfortunately, this higher level of time online can have long-lasting effects on your quality of vision. If you’re on a...

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