Monthly Archives: June 2016

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National Sunglasses Day

Spread the news! It is National Sunglasses Day! Every day—whether it’s sunny or cloudy, summer or winter—millions of Americans make the conscious decision to not wear sunglasses or other ultraviolet (UV)-protective eyewear. While seemingly harmless, this habit carries serious vision risks, many of which are not known or understood by those who fail to wear …

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Harness the Power of NASA

Question: What's cooler than a super-high-tech lens that helps telescopes focus on objects in the far reaches of space? Answer: Knowing that the same technology is used to correct your vision when you get LASIK! We've been saying it for years. nJoy Vision uses state-of-the-art technology when it comes to helping you correct your …

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A Surfer WAVES Goodbye To Glasses

Our pals at Eyeful posted a really great story that we had to share. It wasn’t until his ninth grade English class that Ashton Timmons realized he could no longer read the board. Vision impairment had crept up on him slowly, like it does for so many people. This was going to be a problem. …

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Not Too Late to Treat Dad!

Admit it. Sunday is Father's Day, and you are still trying to decide between giving your dad ANOTHER tie, or maybe making him one of those, coupons for a FREE hugs. But let's face it, this idea just isn't as cute as it used to be. This year, now that you are a grown adult, …

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Man with his hands to his mouth biting his nails (MODEL)

“I’m Afraid of LASIK.” There, I Said It!

Sometimes when we say “I can’t afford LASIK” or “I’m probably not a good candidate for LASIK,” what we really mean is, “I’m afraid of LASIK.” Not that those other points aren’t legitimate! Many people actually save a lot of money switching to LASIK from contacts, and there’s a lot of good information out there on …

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Cataract Awareness Month

June is Cataract Awareness Month. So we thought we would take a few minutes to dispel a few rumors surrounding this common vision problem. Myth 1: Only the elderly develop cataracts. Unfortunately, cataracts may be unavoidable as we age. But did you know that every once in a while, cataracts can actually occur in young …

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Don’t Let Contacts Ruin Your New Internship

Congrats! You've made it through another year of college. Time to grab that new internship by the horns and begin climbing the corporate ladder. Welcome to the real world. It’s a world where working 9-to-5 really means 8-to-6:30, where coffee > blood in sustaining life and where your eyes and back (maintain good posture!!) are …

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