Safe Toys and Celebrations Month

December is Safe Toys and Celebration month as observed by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. The holiday season can be a hectic time of year.  There’s a lot to think about before the holidays arrive. Make sure safety is always at the forefront of any holiday activities.  This should be the case whether it comes… Read More


Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

Did you know that November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month? Diabetic eye disease is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United States.  It’s also manageable as long as it’s diagnosed early before any permanent damage occurs. This is why awareness of diabetic eye disease is so important. Keep reading to learn… Read More


Halloween Safety Month

In October, the American Academy of Ophthalmology observes Halloween Safety Month. You may be asking yourself what Halloween has to do with your eye health. There’s actually a very large concern for eye care professionals at Halloween. What is it? Cosmetic or costume contact lenses. Keep reading to learn more about the dangers of these… Read More


September is Healthy Aging Month

This month is Healthy Aging Month. What does aging have to do with your eye health? As it turns out, a lot! One in six Americans over 65 suffer visual impairment beyond refractive errors. This is due to age-related eye conditions. But September isn’t a time just to be aware of age-related eye conditions. It’s… Read More


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