Caring for your eyes
Proper eye care can lead to the early detection and treatment of vision-related complications like glaucoma and cataracts. Healthier eyes mean a healthier you, so read up on how to take care of them before it’s too late.
Tips to protect your eyes from the blue light in the sky
You’ve heard it before. Too much screen time can be straining on the eyes and could potentially increase the risk of cataracts or macular degeneration. It’s all thanks to blue light ─ glaring from your smartphone, tablet or computer. Even …Read more
Is staring at the computer giving you tired eyes? You’re not alone.
Earlier this year Nielsen reported that Americans spend an average of 11 hours per day with electronic media. And while those experiences keep us entertained, informed and connected, they’re also an assault on our eyes. As you probably know, a …Read more
Unblurring the lines to corrected vision: What your symptoms mean
If you’re finding the world a little out of focus, take comfort in knowing you’re not alone. Roughly 75 percent of Americans experience vision symptoms that require eyeglasses, contact lenses or other care, according to the Vision Council of America.1 …Read more
The top 10 visual skills that will improve your golf game
As a golfer you spend time, energy and money trying to shave strokes off your game. But one of the best ways to improve is literally right in front of your face: better vision. Sports vision training can enhance skills …Read more
Vision drills to improve your eye at the plate and in the field
Legend has it that Ted Williams, considered by many to be the greatest baseball hitter ever, had superhuman eyesight. People said his acuity was 20:3 and he could see the individual laces of a pitched ball. Like all legends, there’s …Read more
The 6 vision skills all great athletes possess
When it comes to athletic excellence, talent and ability are often associated with visual skills. How often have you heard about a basketball player’s “court vision,” a quarterback’s ability to “see the whole field” or a baseball player’s “eye at …Read more
What you need to know about protecting your eyes in the workplace
No matter where you work—in a factory, laboratory, construction site or office— workplace eye injuries can and do occur. Every day, more than 2,000 American workers suffer an eye injury that requires medical attention.1 And nearly a million Americans have …Read more