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September is Healthy Aging Month

September is Healthy Aging Month

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 …

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Five Ways to Fight Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI)

Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI) is a common condition in which contact lenses cause pain and discomfort in the eye when worn. If you’re a contact lens wearer, there’s a good chance you’ve experienced some degree of CLI on your quest for better vision. From allergies to bad lens care, there are many causes of CLI. …

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Must-See Christmas Lights in Oklahoma and Texas

We're only a week away from one of the greatest holidays! Here are just a few Christmas attractions to help you get in the holiday spirit. Chickasha Festival of Light Located in Chickasha, Oklahoma, The Festival of Light features over 3.5 million lights and has been recognized as one of the top ten holiday light …

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Bunny Plays with Owner in Fall Leaves

Yes, you read the title correctly. We all know the internet is full of hilarious cat videos, and as entertaining as they can be, you just might want to add "Bunnies" to your Watch Next list. See the full video here. Though the video was posted back in 2015, "Bun Bun" has been showing up …

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Vision and Learning Month

"One in ten children in America—over 5 million in all—has a vision problem significant enough to impact their ability to learn in school." 5 million. Let that number sink in. While the typical school vision screening may give students a ‘perfect’ grade of 20/20, this test only tells one thing: how well they can see at …

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You Be The Ref

Those of you that have been following the blog for a while know that our team of doctors, surgeons, and faculty at nJoy Vision are all big sports fans. We've dedicated countless posts to the sporting world, and we are always trying to provide tips on how to keep your eyes safe while competing on …

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Ready to Fight Myopia? Go Play Outside!

Children who spend time doing activities outdoors appear to have a lower risk of developing nearsightedness, or myopia, as it is medically termed. This, according to a recent study published at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China. We've blogged quite a bit about Myopia, and our doctors are the best in the country at helping men …

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Polarized Does NOT Mean Protected

One of the easiest ways to set yourself apart from the crowd is with a great pair of sunglasses. In years past it has been pretty easy to follow the latest trends in summer eyewear. But lately, it seems like celebs and fashion icons are all over the map when it comes to accessorizing your …

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