Feast for Your Eyes: Stuffing Recipe with Kale

Cheers to the holiday of giving thanks and yummy foods! This Thanksgiving, make something your eyes enjoy as much as your stomach. Add this eye-healthy stuffing dish to your table. It’s not just the vitamin A and beta-carotene in the carrots that are good for your retinas. Let’s give credit to the leafy green vegetables, Read More »

Win New Flexon Frames and an e-Reader!

Flexon Read Easy Giveaway

The new Flexon I-Squared reading glasses have arrived! To celebrate, we’re awarding two lucky winners their own pair of the new Flexon I-Squared frames plus a new e-reader—just in time for the holidays. We’re also throwing in Sharper Image TechShield, an advanced near-clear lens coating that helps reduce your exposure to the blue light emitted Read More »

The Effects of Smoking on Your Eyes

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Bad habits, we all have them, but “Healthy People 2020” has set a goal to make sure smoking isn’t one of them. A new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that, while progress is being made, smoking and tobacco use remain a concern for the health of millions of Read More »

The “A-ha!” Moment

“Well, gosh, I must be a real klutz then.” That’s what Kathy thought every time she tried to play catch with her older brother, a star basketball and football player in high school. By the time she was 37, she had long given up on sports, but thought it might be time for reading glasses to continue Read More »

What You Need to Know About Diabetes and Eye Health

Today is World Diabetes Day, which brings awareness to the disease which affects 347 million people across the globe. Diabetes is also a leading cause of blindness worldwide. Dr. Eric Fonberg, member of the VSP Vision Care Canada Board of Directors, shares the connection between diabetes and eye health in this guest post. Eye health Read More »

We See: Lebogang’s Vision

It doesn’t matter where you live, mothers around the world, like Joice, want what is best for their children. Living in Soweto, South Africa, Joice’s youngest daughter, Lebogang was having a hard time at school, her grades were swiftly declining and there was concern for her future studies. “I took my child to the hospital Read More »