Did you know that snow reflects up to 80 percent of the sun’s UV light? That’s why protecting your eyes in the winter is just as important as in the summer.
Are your eyes feeling itchy? Here are seven of the most common reasons your eyes might be bugging you, and what you can do to get relief:
The sun can be hard on your eyes. And the risk isn’t limited only to bright spring and summer days. Here’s what you need to know to protect your eyes from the sun:
Don’t be myopic about your choices if you happen to be diagnosed with myopia (er.. nearsightedness). Here’s what you need to know about this common eye condition.
Two great ways to be a safe driver as you reach your 60s, 70s and beyond: Have yearly eye exams and wear any prescribed glasses or contacts while you’re behind the wheel.
Wearing contacts for the first time? Here are three simple tips to keep in mind:
Did you know? Sunshine can have some great health benefits. (Just make sure to wear a quality pair of sunglasses!)
It’s camping season! Are you ready? Here are some tips for enjoying the great outdoors this summer — safely.
It’s grilling season! Follow these tips for a safe and enjoyable barbecue.
Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world. Regular comprehensive eye exams can help detect it early, when it’s the most treatable.