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October is Halloween Safety Month

Halloween is right around the corner, meaning that most people are already rushing to prepare for their perfect costumes. However, not everybody is so excited about Halloween, and some are more worried about the dangers it poses. In fact, the American Academy of Ophthalmology is not so keen on Halloween, especially the increase in the… Read More »


What Is KAMRA Vision?

There’s no denying that, as we age, our eyes become much weaker, and our vision deteriorates. In fact, according to research, adults over the age of 40 are prone to near vision impairment due to a thickening of the natural lens within the eye. As a result, many people are having trouble reading or even… Read More »


September Is Healthy Eye Aging Month

Eyesight problems become more common the older we get. In fact, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, one in six Americans aged 65 and older has a vision impairment that can’t be corrected with contact lenses or glasses. And while that number is staggering, many older adults still neglect their eyesight and often avoid… Read More »


Your Eyes Can Be an Access Point for Germs

Do You Rub Your Eyes Often? You might think the answer to this question is no, but we all rub our eyes much more than we actually notice. It happens when we’re sleepy, when our eyes are itchy or dry, or when we think something might have fallen into one of them. In such cases,… Read More »


August is Child Eye Health and Safety Month

Although the past school year has been anything but ordinary, some things never change. No matter what is happening in the world, we must support our children’s education, and even more importantly, take care of their health. And one thing to pay special attention to when it comes to our young ones is their vision. There’s… Read More »


How Do I Care for My Lenses?

For many people around the world, glasses or contact lenses are the only way they can see clearly. And since replacing them can be quite expensive, taking care of lenses is essential. But without proper knowledge of lenses, you could end up scratching them or worse during cleanup. Luckily, we are here to give you… Read More »


How an Active Lifestyle Can Benefit Your Vision?

There’s no mystery that an active lifestyle, which includes a balanced diet and exercise, can improve our overall well being. However, many people don’t know that being active can also benefit your vision. In fact, studies have shown that exercise can slow or prevent vision loss in 45% of cases. As a result, having an… Read More »


What’s the Best Treatment for Dry Eyes?

There’s no denying that our eyes are one of the most important parts of our body. Not only do they allow us to experience life in all its beauty, but they also provide a way to learn all about our surroundings. And while that’s the case, our eyes are also one of the most sensitive… Read More »


Botox for Migraines: Chronic Migraine Treatment

Occasionally, whether it’s because of stress or an underlying medical condition, most people experience migraines. And while they are very common, some people suffer from a more severe form, called chronic migraines. From intense pain to nausea and weakness, chronic migraines can really disturb people’s daily routines. Luckily, Botox treatment seems to be the cure-all… Read More »


Sports Eye Safety Month

No matter what sports you play, the risk of injury is always present. Usually, though, we imagine the worst that could happen is a twisted ankle or a broken arm. But did you know that over 600,000 sports-related eye injuries occur each year? And unfortunately, some of them can have permanent consequences, leaving you blind.… Read More »


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