What have you done to be more proactive about your health for the new year? Maybe you’ve stocked your fridge and pantry with healthier food for a new diet or loaded up on home gym equipment to make it easier to exercise during the pandemic. Those are both great ways to make your health a …Read More
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May is UV Awareness Month, and we've all heard the warnings, "Protect your eyes when your outside!" Yah yah, we get it. Sunglasses, a ball cap, maybe some sunscreen around the eyes. In Fact, we've spent a great deal of time warning against UV exposure, here on the blog. What's the big deal anyway? The …Read More
We've dedicated a lot of time on this blog to helping our readers combat allergies. The bad news is that pollen, ragweed, and other allergens are simply a fact of life. But a lot of experts have legitimate research to show how your diet can help you fight the effects of seasonal allergies. But, don't …Read More
We don't all have an amazing set of coke bottle glasses to protect our eyes, like Milton from Office Space. If we did, perhaps there would not be so many work-related eye injuries each year in the United States. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports about 2,000 U.S. workers sustain job-related eye …Read More
Every once in a while we like to jump out into the great wide world of online news outlets to bring you articles and stories from around the globe. This week, our nJoy Vision bloggers stumbled on to a rather interesting, yet alarming, article from our pals at WIRED. Lot's of People are Losing Distance …Read More
February is National AMD and Low Vision Awareness Month "Good to know!" you say, "But what is AMD and Low Vision?" We're glad you asked! According to the National Eye Institute, Low Vision is a term commonly used among eye care professionals to indicate partial sight, or sight that cannot be fully corrected with surgery, …Read More
We made a post at the beginning of the month announcing that the month of January is "Glaucoma Awareness Month". The article touched on research surrounding the disease, some basic facts and figures on the number of glaucoma cases in the U.S., and ways to get involved in the search for a cure. And now …Read More
If you've followed the blog for long, you know that nJoy Vision prides itself on staying up-to-date on industry trends, especially as they relate to eye health, technology, and overall industry news. This story from the AAO got us super excited! This is just another way of bringing great eye care to the masses! (Info …Read More
Currently, more than 3 million people in the U.S. have Glaucoma in the Unites States alone. Let that number sink in for a second. The scary truth behind this number is that a large percentage of men and women who currently have glaucoma are not even aware that they have the disease. By 2030, the NEI …Read More
Did you know that December is officially "Safe Toys and Gifts Month?" According to prevent blindness.org, thousands of children age 14 and younger suffer serious eye injuries, even blindness, from toys each year. So our friends at Prevent Blindness have put together a simple checklist to use when purchasing gifts for your kiddos this Holiday …Read More