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Wearing sunscreen, properly hydrating and taking time out of the sun are some of the best ways to protect ourselves from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays during the summer. However, protection doesn’t stop at the skin. This UV Safety Awareness Month, we must not forget the value of protecting our eyes from the sun.
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Over time, too much UV exposure can damage the eye in several ways. Fortunately, your strongest defense is easy: a well-made pair of sunglasses.
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There are some very important reasons that you should wear your sunglasses every time, and we'll show you why prescription sunglasses are the best way to maintain eye health.
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You may also want to consider an option closely related to providing safer and better vision: polarized sunglasses.
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Your vision is priceless and it is important that you maintain your visual wellness. How does ultraviolet radiation affect our vision?
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As we spend more time outdoors at beaches, ballgames, parks and pools, the sun’s constant UV (ultraviolet) light radiation can damage our eyes.
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Have you ever seen a sports figure or motorcyclist wearing a pair of sunglasses and thought how cool those shades were?
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