As we joyfully welcome the arrival of summer — and what looks like a particularly celebratory 4th of July — we are looking forward to sunny days with friends, lazy BBQs, and the occasional fireworks. This makes June the perfect time to remind everyone about the risks that fireworks pose to eye health so that …Read More
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The American Academy of Ophthalmology dedicates each month to recognizing and raising awareness around one or more important eye health issues. In 2013, US nonprofit, Prevent Blindness officially declared June to be Cataract Awareness Month to educate the public on cataract’s causes, symptoms, preventions, and treatment. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the …Read More
List articles are everywhere these days but rarely contain life-changing info. You know the ones, with titles like “10 Celebrity Birthdays You Should Have a Baby On,” or “10 Reasons Why Chins Are in After COVID-19,” and our personal favorite - “The Top 10 Top Tens To Help You Live a Better Life.” Of course, …Read More
Winter is over. You've survived the April showers. May brings not only the proverbial flowers but also two vision-related awareness months: Healthy Vision Month and Ultraviolet Awareness Month. With the days getting longer and the long-awaited ramp-up to summer beginning, it's the perfect time to think a bit about your eye health. Healthy Vision Month …Read More
Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. But, unfortunately, there's another, less enjoyable season situated right smack dab in the middle of the two... Tax Season. While tax season is definitely not anyone's favorite time of year, it doesn't have to completely ruin all the fun and sun we've been looking forward …Read More
Aaron Dickey is a 37-year-old husband, father, and small business owner in Oklahoma City. To say his vision plays a vital role in his day-to-day life is an understatement but, for as long as he can remember, his has been pretty terrible. Despite being legally blind without glasses or contact lenses, he would refuse to …Read More
The first day of spring has come and gone, and we all know what that means — blue skies, blooming flowers, and luscious green lawns are just around the corner! But before we land barefooted right in the sweet spot of everybody's favorite season, we have to first make it through the ups and downs …Read More
March is one of the most exciting, happeningest months of the year. From beginning to end it is packed full of fun events, holidays, and seasonal changes, including International Women's Day, Saint Patrick's Day, the first day of spring, Spring Break, and everyone's favorite: National Pi Day. But did you know March is also Workplace …Read More
When most people hear terms like "laser vision correction,” “laser eye surgery,” and even the more technical "refractive surgery,” LASIK is usually the first thing that comes to mind. And for good reason. With 700,000 procedures performed annually, LASIK is the most common vision correction surgery and one of the most popular elective surgeries in …Read More
Once upon a time, the only time you would catch sight of an ordinary Jane wearing a face mask was during a world news report from a foreign country dealing with an Ebola or avian flu outbreaks. But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit smack-dab in the middle of our cities and neighborhoods, mask-wearing as a …Read More