Yes, such an awareness month does exist, and it is very important. It may come as a shock, but eye injuries are common during the holiday season. For this reason, Prevent Blindness, America’s oldest non-profit eye health and safety organization, has declared December as Safe Toys and Gifts Awareness Month. The group encourages everyone to …Read More
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What does that sign say? Where is that on the menu board? What street was that? What are those movie subtitles saying? For anyone living with nearsightedness, known clinically as myopia, these questions are just part of everyday life. Myopia is a vision condition that is estimated to affect more than 40% of Americans. By …Read More
Halloween has long been one of America’s favorite holidays. And even though this year’s festivities will look a little different due to the CDC’s recommended COVID-19 precautions, it is still shaping up to be full of frightening fun, ghostly games, creative costumes, and tons of tasty treats. But while most people look forward to the …Read More
nJoy Vision is having a baby… shower! This month, we’re showing our support for Infant Crisis Services and the families they serve by hosting a month-long baby shower. When you treat Infant Crisis Services with a minimum purchase of $40 from their Baby Shower Amazon Wish List, we’ll return the favor with a $100/eye discount …Read More
Whoever said 50 is the new 30 definitely did not see 2020 coming. These days, the opposite feels more accurate! Fortunately, September is Healthy Aging® Month, an entire month devoted to turning back the clock… or at least making it slow down as much as possible. Healthy Aging® Month started more than 25 Septembers ago …Read More
When the dog days of summer roll around, that’s the cue for most parents to start their back-to-school planning. Instead of searching for deals on swimsuits, beach bags, and pool toys, we’re chasing down the best bargains on clothing, backpacks, and school supplies. Amidst all the hurrying and scurrying to get the school year started …Read More
With summer in full swing and social distancing forcing many of us to rethink our typical summer vacays, now is the perfect time to hit the road and experience the awe-inspiring destinations and natural wonders the United States has to offer. And since much of your time will be spent exploring the outdoors, don’t forget …Read More
This is an evolving situation as new information about Covid-19 (coronavirus) becomes available. As necessary, we will update this page to reflect the latest details regarding nJoy Vision's policies, appointments, and procedures. MOST RECENT UPDATE 5-26-20 We're in this TOGETHER. Hello again, nJoy Vision Family of Patients, Doctors, and Friends. We want to take this …Read More
With sponsorship support from the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Prevent Blindness, the nation’s oldest volunteer organization that advocates for eye health and safety, has declared March as Workplace Eye Wellness Month. By raising awareness and sharing free information throughout the month, their goal is to provide employers and workers with valuable resources that teach the …Read More
If you are over the age of 65 and notice your vision starting to fade, there’s a good chance you could be experiencing the onset of age-related macular degeneration. More commonly known as AMD, age-related macular degeneration is a chronic eye condition that occurs when the central part of the retina called the “macula” deteriorates …Read More