Allergy season has arrived! The sneezing, the runny nose and those red, itchy eyes — they all can make you feel miserable. You don’t have to suffer through allergy season, though. Here are some simple steps that you can take to feel better:
Need some exercise? Hiking is a great choice because you’ll reap both the benefits of physical activity and of getting outdoors and in nature.
You don’t have to suffer through allergy season with those red, itchy eyes. Here are some ways to get relief:
Research shows that outdoor activity is important to our overall health and wellness — especially during a global pandemic. Here’s why.
Are you looking for simple ways to boost your immune system and protect yourself from getting sick? Here are some simple —yet highly effective — ways to stay healthy:
Research shows that Americans spend at least 50% of each day looking at screens. Here’s how to keep your eyes happy and healthy when you get a lot of screen time:
Did you know that your eyes can offer a view into your heart health? Another great reason to have regular eye exams!
Are your eyes feeling tired? Eye strain can be a clue that you need to rest — or that you need to come see us. Here’s what you need to know:
Does your child need an eye exam? Here are four signs you should make an appointment with us.
Dry and itchy eyes in the winter? Here are two things that can help.