Eye Injury Prevention: 4 Ways to Be Proactive at Home and Work
While in the safety of your home, it’s easy to forget about protecting your eyes, but it’s important to keep in mind. This means ensuring your tools and other equipment are not old or damaged, and wearing protective glasses when exposed to small objects or excessive dust.
Mar 30th, 2022
How Does Vascular Health Play a Role in How Well We Can See?
When thinking about your health, it is important to remember that your body is a network. A problem in one part of the body is most likely not an isolated issue, but rather systemic.
Oct 14th, 2021
How to Protect Your Eyes at Home
While you might assume that most eye injuries occur in the workplace, especially in high-risk careers, the truth is that many eye injuries actually occur at home.
Sep 23rd, 2021
Retinal Trauma: Three Things to Do
Every year, millions of people around the world experience some kind of eye injury. In cases of blunt force trauma to the eye, these injuries can sometimes cause retinal tears or detachment, which is a medical emergency that can lead to permanent vision loss.
Jun 26th, 2021
Ways to Protect Your Eyes This Summer
After a long winter, it's easy to lose yourself to the warmth and bliss of summertime sunshine. That said, it’s important to not let excitement cloud our judgment and leave our bodies defenseless against the sun. While most know of the deleterious effects of the sun on our skin, not as many are aware of the dangers UV rays also present to our eyes. To keep you safe, we’ve put together a list of do's-and-don'ts to help protect your eyes this summer.
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