The high temperatures of summer and strong UV rays can lead to various eye conditions. Elite Vision Care, your provider of quality contact lenses and other eye care products, talks about common eye problems people experience in the summer.
Your sense of sight is the product of a complex process involving your eyes and brain. Unfortunately, false information about your eyes may cloud your judgment when it comes to safeguarding your visual health.
It’s well established that smoking causes a myriad of health problems. While heart and lung issues are the types of problems most commonly associated with smoking, this bad habit can negatively impact many other parts of your body as well, including your eyes. In today’s post, your adult and pediatric eye care clinic talks about different sight-threatening diseases smokers and those exposed to second- and third-hand smoke are at an increased risk of developing.
Stephen Curry is one of the best shooters in the NBA. Apart from setting new three-point shooting records, he is also known for his great ball-handling skills. Many fans were thus shocked with his All Star shooting slump.
Digital eye strain, also called computer vision syndrome, is an eye condition that occurs when you spend too much time in front of a digital screen. With technology all around us, it’s a common problem for many people.
Blepharitis is a condition that causes your eyelids to become uncharacteristically puffy. The inflammation is usually due to clogged oil glands, but other underlying conditions may also cause it. Although blepharitis can be uncomfortable and unsightly, it is not contagious and does not pose a threat to eyesight.
Digital devices such as smart phones, tablets and laptops are an integral part of daily life for most Americans in the 21st Century. While these devices have made life more convenient in many ways, there are some downsides. Digital devices emit blue light, which can cause problems for your eyes if you have too much exposure to it, particularly at night.
Most people have some type of health insurance, whether through their employer or a private package they purchased. Vision insurance, however, is a separate matter that’s not always well understood but is still very important. In today’s post, Elite Vision Care, your local eye care center, discusses what you need to know about vision insurance.
Would you wear the same pair of shoes to the gym that you wear to work? Probably not, and eyeglasses are no different. Having several pairs of eyeglasses for the different activities you’re involved in isn’t just convenient–it’s more comfortable and also safer.