Category: Eye Health

Saying “I Do” to Enrolling in Vision Benefits

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Sometimes life comes at you fast and big. Changing Jobs. Getting married. Having a baby. And all of these changes come with the stress of accepting (and celebrating), adjusting, planning, and living it. Planning and adjusting to these events can be stressful enough on their own, so sometimes the fine print gets set aside and Read More »

Tips to Maximize Your Vision Benefit

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Who doesn’t want to get the most out of their vision benefit? With VSP, it’s easy to maximize your vision plan to ensure you pay the lowest out-of-pocket costs and have access to great doctors and quality eyewear. To find out what your vision plan includes, simply create an account at vsp.com and log in Read More »

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Top LASIK Misconceptions: Part Two

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Building off the Top LASIK Misconceptions: Part One, I am here to help dispel even more of the misconceptions I hear on a daily basis about LASIK. These topics include things like recovery time, blurry vision, and pain. Top LASIK Misconceptions (continued) “I’m worried about moving my eye.” This is one of the most common Read More »

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Top LASIK Misconceptions: Part One

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Today, 98% of patients achieve 20/20 or better vision with advanced forms of LASIK, yet many people have big misconceptions about it. LASIK is the most studied ophthalmic procedure in the world and has been performed on more than 50 million people over the past few decades. Despite the comprehensive studies and global acceptance, LASIK Read More »

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Easy Winter Recipe for Healthy Eyes

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Eating well in the when the weather is cold is hard. Once the temperature drops and the wind picks up, comfort food cravings make it all too easy to turn down a light and healthy salad. And we love soup. Really, we do. Sometimes we just need to switch up our grub, but it’s tough Read More »

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Redefining Vision: Renee’s Story

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Meet Renee Emmerson. Renee began working for VSP Vision Care in 2010 as a customer care representative at our national call center in Columbus, Ohio. Four years later, she was diagnosed with Basal Laminar Drusen, a condition that mimics macular degeneration and causes irreversible vision loss. Today, at just 40 years old, Renee is blind. But Read More »

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