What Is Heterochromia?
Most of us notice a person’s eye color almost immediately when we meet them.
Color Blindness Is a Spectrum
Contrary to popular belief, color blindness does not mean seeing in black and white. Usually.
Our Top Lens Care Tips
Glasses and contact lenses are small things that make a huge difference.
What to Expect at an Eye Exam
Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the United States has an undiagnosed eye condition.
Eye Health and Safety at Work
March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month, which makes it a great time to discuss eye safety on the job.
Eyes and Headaches Are Often Linked
Headaches can have a number of causes you wouldn’t expect, like an uncorrected vision problem.
Tanning Beds: Not Optometrist Approved
Anyone who enjoys a nice tan should be aware of the risks of tanning booths.
Blinking and Eye Health
We blink our eyes several times every minute of the day, but why do we need to?
Eyes and Allergies
Stopping to smell the spring flowers can be hard when your nose is stuffy and your eyes are swollen.
Germs and Our Eyes
A habit of rubbing your eyes could come back to bite you.
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