30

Nov

Three Eye Care Tips To Keeping Your Vision At Its Best

Many people wear glasses, contacts, have had LASIK and so on. Some people were luck enough to be born with 20/20 vision. But that doesn’t mean either group is immune to eye problems. Eye care and eye issue prevention is equally as important for everyone. Here are some tips...

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30

Nov

Digital Eye Strain: 3 Steps For Relief

In today’s world it’s more common to be using a digital device then it is not to. When it comes to work, school, and play technology is usually involved. But did you know playing your favorite game on your cellphone could be causing your eyes harm? Here are some tips...

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30

Nov

New Eye-Healthy Recipe: Turkey burgers

The summer may be months away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a good burger! Did you know that turkey burgers are good for your eye health? It’s a win win! Add some orange peppers and onions, and you are set! Turkey is high in zinc, and the orange peppers...

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30

Nov

Putting an End to the On, Off, On, Off Conversation

Finding your reading glasses to read a menu, then taking them off to order, putting them on to check your phone, then taking them off to talk to someone across the table. Minor inconveniences can add up to a major hassle when you’re dealing with them day in and day out. Rai...

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30

Nov

Eye-Healthy Recipe: Maple-glazed Salmon with Sweet Potatoes

Your retinas need two types of omega-3 fatty acids to work right: DHA and EPA. You can find both in fatty fish, such as salmon, tuna, and trout, as well as other seafood. Omega-3s also seem to protect your eyes from AMD and glaucoma. Low levels of these fatty acids have been link...

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