Learning All About Eyeglasses For Kids

This Is Why You Should Never Stare At The Sun — And What To Do If You Already Have

Most people know that they're not supposed to stare directly at the sun, but some still do it anyway, even in small bursts. However, this is an extremely bad idea and could put your vision at risk. If you're curious as to why it's so dangerous to stare at the sun or you've already done it and don't know what to do, read this guide for help. Eye Sunburn One of the most basic things that can happen to your eyes if you stare at the sun too long is an eye sunburn, also known as photokeratitis. Read More 

New Bifocals Have You Feeling Disoriented? 4 Steps To Help You Adjust

If this is your first pair of bifocals, it might take you a few days to get used to the changes. Bifocals can leave you feeling a little off-balance, especially as you adjust to the way your vision changes depending on which portion of the lenses you look through. Don't worry though. It's not going to be a permanent sensation. In fact, with a few simple steps, you'll adjust to your bifocals before you know it. Read More 

Understanding How Vitamin A Helps The Eyes

If you care about your eyesight, then you likely know that you should see your optometrist or ophthalmologist once every year or two. This will allow the professional to evaluate your visual acuity as well as the general health of your eyes. The eye doctor can greatly assist you in retaining the health of your eyes. However, you also need to do your part by eating a healthy diet. A diet high in vitamin A is essential. Read More 

Important Facts About Optical Neuropathy Every Parent Needs To Know

Most parents have had to soothe their little ones after they fell down and bumped their head. While little bumps are usually nothing to worry about, making sure your child receives fast medical attention after a severe bump to the head is important. Many head injuries may not leave visible cuts, bruising from them only showing up a few days after the injury occurred. Learn more about optical neuropathy and how it could impact your child's vision. Read More 

Itchy, Dry Eyes In The Winter: A Guide For Contacts Wearers

If you wear contacts and get dry eyes in the winter, you likely find the experience uncomfortable. You may not want to stop wearing your contacts, but you likely know that dry eyes and contacts are more than an uncomfortable experience. This is because inadequate lubrication could cause your contacts to scratch the surface of your eye. The following information is designed to help you avoid winter dry eyes and improve your contacts wearing experience. Read More