Depression, though it can be experienced by people of all ages, is becoming more prevalent in older adults and vision might have something to do with that.
Each sport has its own unique risks of eye injury and requires its own type of protective eyewear. Learn more.
Electronic devices that light up emit varying degrees of blue light, which include cell phones, tablets, computers and televisions. Here's what you need to know.
Before you buy your next pair of glasses, shop smart and leave the markups behind.
There has been a marked increase in the number of children diagnosed with myopia in the past 10 years, and it is suspected that Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is the cause.
The vast majorities of toy-related eye injuries are treated and have no long-term adverse effects. But more importantly, they are easily preventable.
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.
This listing details some of the most popular options and explains how they can help you experience the best results from your new eyeglasses.
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