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Keeping Your Eyes Healthy During National Nutrition Month & Beyond

During the month of March the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages individuals to focus their attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating habits during National Nutrition Month. By eating right, you also increase the opportunity to protect your vision by adding sight-saving nutrients to your daily diet. Fruits,… Read More »


Exercise & Your Eyes

With the New Year in full swing, some of those resolutions we made might have gone by the wayside. But if getting into shape was one of your goals for 2013, there are plenty of reasons not to break that resolution, healthy eyesight being one of them. Most of us are aware that even just… Read More »


February is Age-related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

Over 9 million people in the U.S. have age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which is a painless eye disease that is the leading cause of blindness in people over 65 years of age. That statistic is expected to double over the next decade as baby boomers begin heading into retirement. Those living with AMD often ignore… Read More »


January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month

January is National Glaucoma Awarness Month. It is an important time to spread the word and raise awareness about glaucoma, which is considered a thief of sight. There are virtually no symptoms associated with the disease and once vision is lost, it is gone for good. As much as 40% of one’s vision can be… Read More »


Resolve for Healthier Vision in 2013

Each year most of us resolve to make changes that will result in longer, happier and healthier lives. Most people are determined that with the start of a new year they’ll lose weight or kick unhealthy habits. This year why not add eye health to your resolutions? Here’s a list of easy tips and simple… Read More »


Keeping Your Eyes Safe This Holiday Season

The holiday season is in full effect and for most of us it’s a time that we all look forward to as it means attending parties, relaxing, and spending time with the people we love most. It is meant to be a time of joy and celebration. Do not let preventable eye injuries ruin your… Read More »


How Lack Of Sleep Affects Your Vision

In today’s fast paced and hectic world it is very common to miss out on getting enough restful sleep each night. The challenge of balancing proper rest with everything else that needs to get done in a day can be very tricky. However, many are not aware that not getting enough rest can wreak havoc… Read More »



November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Diabetic eye disease is one of the major causes of vision loss in adults. When the sugar levels in the blood are high, it is very stressful on the blood vessels all over the body, putting individuals at high risk for heart attack, stroke, and kidney disease. In the… Read More »


October 11th is World Sight Day

World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness created to help focus global attention on blindness, visual impairment and rehabilitation of those with visual impairments. Each year the event is held on the second Thursday of October. World Sight Day is observed globally by those involved in preventing visual impairment or restoring sight. It… Read More »


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