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What are the Risks of Too Much Screen Time for Kids?

What are the Risks of Too Much Screen Time for Kids?

Children spend a lot of time staring at the screens on mobile devices like their parents’ smartphones and tablets. Meanwhile, teenagers may spend an average of up to seven hours a day between time spent on schoolwork, interacting on social media, watching TV, or...

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How Colored Contacts Can Enhance Your Natural Eye Color

How Colored Contacts Can Enhance Your Natural Eye Color

Occasionally, we all want to change our style and appearance. Changing our clothes and hairstyle might be a slight small change that might not be as noticeable. Changing your eye color, however, will be a noticeable change in your appearance. You can be sure that your...

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3 Signs You Have Dry Eyes

3 Signs You Have Dry Eyes

Our eyes help us experience every special moment in our lives. Whether we’re happy or sad our eyes always contain tears. Tears keep our eyes healthy, lubricated and prevent any damage towards them. Tears are made up of mucus, water, and oil that help maintain your...

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What is Digital Eye Strain?

What is Digital Eye Strain?

If you work in front of a computer, or if you use your phone a lot for business or even personal purposes, you may have heard the term ‘digital eye strain’ and it’s quite possible you’ve also experienced it. Here’s what digital eye strain really is, and how you can...

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Will I Need Reading Glasses?

Will I Need Reading Glasses?

Today, you might not need to wear reading glasses. However, that does not mean you won't need to wear them in the future. Many people who have had perfect 20/20 vision as children and as young adults may eventually need reading glasses, and here is why. What is...

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4 Tips for 1st Time Contact Lens Wearers

4 Tips for 1st Time Contact Lens Wearers

Switching to contact lenses is a big decision for most eyeglass wearers. You will need to pay more attention to your daily eye care and will need to be mindful of hygiene when handling the contact lenses. It may also take you some time to get used to putting the...

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Practice UV Eye Safety All Year Long

Practice UV Eye Safety All Year Long

July is UV Safety Month Summer is here in Arizona, and our sun is shining brightly. July is UV Safety Month, and it’s a great time to reflect on whether or not you’re protecting your eyes properly. What UV Rays Can Do to Your Eyes We’ve likely been told about the...

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How to Keep Your Eyes Safe this 4th of July

How to Keep Your Eyes Safe this 4th of July

The 4th of July is right around the corner, and for many of us that means good food, time with family, and of course, fireworks. Even in the midst of the exciting celebrations, it is more important than ever to consider our eye safety throughout the day. Every year...

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5 Things Contact Lens Wearers Should Never Do

5 Things Contact Lens Wearers Should Never Do

Caring for contact lenses may seem intimidating if you’re new to wearing them. Contact lens care isn’t difficult, yet there are a few precautions you should take if you wear contact lenses. 1. Never Wash Contacts with Water Unfortunately, water often contains bacteria...

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Vision May Change During Pregnancy

Vision May Change During Pregnancy

According to a recent survey conducted by the American Optometric Association (AOA), moms rank seeing their newborn baby for the first time as their top milestone moment during pregnancy and those first days of motherhood. Yet, many moms-to-be aren’t aware that...

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3 Ways to Help Relieve Eye Allergies

3 Ways to Help Relieve Eye Allergies

Nothing is more irritating than the feeling that there is something in your eye. But if your eyes are red and irritated, and you don’t see anything in them, it could be allergies. Here are three ways to help you reduce the impact of eye allergies. Try to Determine the...

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