Glasses on top of old book
As humans evolved, so too did our understanding of the importance of the eye and proper eye care. Below is a list of some of the more interesting and impactful advances made throughout vision history.
Cigarette in ash tray
Smoking is the single most common form of preventable diseases and, because of this, quitting is one of the best ways to prevent eye problems and increase the longevity of your eye health.
Boy playing with space toys
Here are some back-to-school tips to keep in mind in regard to your child's vision.
Woman with one eye open in sun
Because we rely on our eyes for most everything we do, it’s important to recognize those changes and be aware of how that can affect the lens prescriptions we need to see clearly.
Polar bear
Nature is full of interesting creatures that flourished in their habitats due to some sort of visual prowess.
Orange tree
Below is a handy list of what you'll need to see more of in your diet to have healthier eyesight and where you can find it.
Woman cutting fruit
This printable diet tracker allows you to easily record what you had, when you had it, how many calories it was and any other notes that might be relevant.
Male optometrist performing eye exam
An eye doctor can tell a lot about the health of your body from looking in your eyes, and can even see signs of many serious health issues.
Person riding motorcycle
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.