Why Your Kids Should Be Wearing Blue-Light Blocking Glasses

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Why Your Kids Should Be Wearing Blue-Light Blocking Glasses

With our kids stuck at home, unable to go to school or play in the park, they’ll ultimately wind up staring at the television or their phones all day. During a time when most of America is stuck in doors, we can’t necessarily blame them, but we can protect them. With blue-light blocking glasses, weRead more…

4 Dangers You Face When Not Wearing Sunglasses

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4 Dangers You Face When Not Wearing Sunglasses

Last updated on February 7th, 2020 at 04:07 amAlthough sunglasses are considered to be more of a fashion statement than functional eyewear, they can nevertheless protect the eyes from sun damage. UV rays are invisible to the eyes, but they can still cause serious damage including snow blindness and even macular degeneration. Here are someRead more…

How to Protect Your Eyes While Skiing or Snowboarding

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Protect Your Eyes While Skiing or Snowboarding

Last updated on January 27th, 2020 at 11:12 pmAs you prepare for your next skiing or snowboarding trip, make sure you are grabbing your winter gear before you head out the door. Often, remembering to bring sufficient eye protection is forgotten. Snow can be very damaging to your eyes, and it’s essential to bring aRead more…

Four Key Reasons to Wear Sunglasses this Winter

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Four Key Reasons to Wear Sunglasses this Winter

Last updated on February 16th, 2020 at 06:49 amWhen you hear the word “winter,” you typically think of snowflakes, sledding, hot chocolate, freezing temperatures and ice on the roads. When we hear the word “sunglasses,” we tend to think about the summer season, when sunny days rule the weeks and we hit the beach andRead more…

How Sight Affects a Child’s Learning Process

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How Sigh Affects a Child's Learning Process

Last updated on January 21st, 2020 at 12:44 pmDid you know that 80 percent of our perception, learning, and cognition comes from our vision? Most of our memories are created from visual data, as well as our ability for critical thinking and retaining information. As such, anything that interferes with our vision can affect ourRead more…