Because of their specialized healthcare needs, Prevent Blindness has designated April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month. This is an effort to educate women on the best ways to take care of vision.
Here are some answers to questions related to COVID-19 and eye health.
Regulations have helped make fireworks safer, though inherently they remain potentially hazardous.
Good riding gear will offer comfortable protection from those elements without compromising the benefits you get from riding—the sights, the feelings, the smells, and the sounds.
Each sport has its own unique risks of eye injury and requires its own type of protective eyewear. Learn more.
Whether an injury is suffered at the workplace, playing sports or from doing projects around the home, it is extremely important to be able to recognize an eye injury when it happens.
Eye injury is the leading cause of blindness for people 25 and under, yet most injuries can be prevented by taking some basic steps to ensure your safety, in all aspects of your life.
Every year, approximately 2.4 million eye injuries occur in the U.S., both in and outside the workplace. It's estimated that nearly 50,000 of those victims lost some degree of their eyesight.
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