Blinded by the night? 3 ways to stay safe when driving at night

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As we get older our vision changes, and that means that the way we care for our eyes does, too. Read more about what your aging eyes should look for and why it’s important to get an annual eye exam.

Driving at night

Blinded by the night? 3 ways to stay safe when driving at night

It’s late and you’re behind the wheel. You know the feeling – tired eyes, squinting at oncoming headlights, the glare off a wet street. Night driving is a real problem for millions of us. It’s a safety issue, too. Even …

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How a routine eye exam can save your life

Julie Beall might be a cancer patient, but she’s truly defined by any number of other titles. She’s a wife and mother, a registered nurse, a real estate professional, an MBA graduate, a small business owner and public speaker. She …

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Vision issues to monitor in your 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond

With each passing year, we gain more memories and more wisdom. (We hope!) But as we grow older, our bodies change too, including our eyes and vision. This process is natural, but it’s important to stay aware of age-related vision …

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How pregnancy affects your eyesight

Pregnancy is often a time of great joy and anticipation, but it can also bring an increase in hormones that may cause temporary changes in your vision. Your eye care professional can help you learn about the following potential vision …

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A Woman’s Guide to Vision Health

Many women know the importance of a regular doctor visit for themselves and their family. However, many of us don’t realize that a regular visit to the eye doctor is just as necessary as a visit to the family doctor. …

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Make Eye Care a Family Affair

At every age, your family members can benefit from regular eye care. From the very young to the young at heart, regular eye exams are important to keeping everyone in your family productive and well. Roughly 232 million Americans require …

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  • 80% of learning in the first 12 years comes through the eyes

    Source: The Discovery Eye Foundation, Learning-related vision problems, July 2014.