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Too Much Screen Time: How Blue Light Negatively Affects Children

When you have too much screentime, your eyes are exposed to blue light which can cause many issues. LED technology commonly uses blue light in the displays of smartphones, computers, and other technology. Because children are getting more screen time and having to learn online, exposure is more worrisome. Do you want to learn more …

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Do Blue Light Glasses Work: Your Guide to Computer Glasses

The sales of blue light glasses doubled during the Coronavirus pandemic. With thousands, even millions, of people suddenly staring at their screens day in and day out, people knew they needed to take precautions to protect their eyesight. But now we’re here, a year later, still staring at screens. We’re not seeing any new research around …

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7 Reasons to Get Prescription Sunglasses

The sun’s UV rays don’t just negatively impact your skin. Sunlight can also cause significant damage to your eyes. Eye cancer, cataracts, pterygium, and even blindness are the most common symptoms of over-exposure to UV light. The good news is you can protect your eyes from these negative outcomes with prescription sunglasses. Wearing a hat, not looking …

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7 Signs You Should See an Optometrist in Houston

Everyone needs to see an optometrist at one point in their life. Even those with excellent vision will need to have regular check-ups scheduled with their optometrist to maintain good vision. Although some might require more frequent visits to their optometrist than others, it’s still necessary to determine if it’s time for you to see …

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A Guide to Progressive Eyewear- How They Work and When They are Needed

The vast majority of people over 40 have something in common with Benjamin Franklin: presbyopia. Presbyopia is the gradual loss of eyesight experienced in middle age as the lenses in the eyes become less flexible.  Presbyopia makes it hard to focus on objects up close. Glasses easily correct for that, but if you already wear …

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