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Your Vision at Night View through a windshield at night

Driving in the evening or at night may be an everyday activity, but for some, it can be a challenge. As you get older, it’s common for your night vision to decline. The glare of street lights or tail lights, headlights from oncoming cars, and the general darkness of the sky, are all factors that… Read More


What You Should Know About Swimming and Your Eyes Swimming

Swimming, whether it be a leisure activity or a daily workout, can be hard on your eyes and vision. The American Academy of Ophthalmology explains that the tear film (a thin layer of tears) coats the surface of our eyes and keeps them moist, smooth and clear. Chemicals used to keep pools clean, such as… Read More


How to Protect Your Eyes During the Solar Eclipse Solar Eclipse

On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible across the entire United States. The totality will be observed in a narrow path from Oregon to North Carolina, affording millions of people the opportunity to see a memorable astronomical event. For those fortunate enough to witness this once-in-a-life-time event, caution is needed to… Read More


Preparing for Your Next Eye Exam Person getting eyes checked

Regardless of your age, it’s important to have you eyes examined on a regular basis. Adults between the ages of 18 and 60 should see their doctor every two to four years for a comprehensive exam. Children over the age of 6, should be seen every two years unless there are any problems. If you… Read More


Caring for Your Contact Lens Case

Eyes are highly sensitive to bacterial infections. If you’re a contact lens-wearer, “dirty” contacts will not only increase the risk of itchy and irritated eyes, but can also pose a threat to your long-term vision and eye health. There are a number of tips for keeping your contacts clean, but what about the case itself?… Read More


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