Tag: blue light

5 Tips to Help Reduce Digital Eye Strain

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How many hours a day do you spend staring at a screen? An hour? Three to four hours? More? According to recent findings from The Vision Council, more than 83% of Americans spend more than two hours a day with their eyes fixed on a screen. And that stat shouldn’t surprise anyone. From the living Read More »

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Enter To Win a “Glamping” Getaway!

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Update: This promotion is now closed. Sharper Image® TechShield is Sending One Family on a $15,000 “Glamping” Getaway If you’re like most people, you spend the majority of your day with your eyes fixed on a screen. Let’s face it, we live in a digital world. Computers, tablets, and smartphones give us a level of Read More »

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Your Lenses Should Fit Your Lifestyle

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No one sees the world quite like you, and it may take a new pair of lenses to help you see your best.  Being a bit of a camera bug myself, it’s easy to recognize that many of life’s moments are worth capturing, whether it is seeing your favorite band in concert or the smiling Read More »

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What do your arms have to do with digital eye strain?

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In today’s world, we are surrounded by digital devices. From smartphones, to tablets, to computer monitors and television screens, our eyes are constantly fixed on screens that emit high-energy blue light. Have you ever wondered which of these devices may be most harmful to your eyes? In the video below, VSP optometrist Gary Morgan explains Read More »

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Good vs. Bad Blue Light

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Guest post by VSP optometrist Gary Morgan There is no escaping the fact that most of us are surrounded by digital devices. Whether in the office, at home, or in the palm of your hand, these devices are ubiquitous. They also emit harmful blue light and there has been a lot of media interest about Read More »

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Growing Concern Over Blue Light Exposure

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Guest post by VSP Network Optometrist Gary Morgan 10 years is a blink of an eye in terms of human history, but will the last 10 years come to be known as the period that changed our vision and health?  The first iPhone was released in 2007, and the first iPad in 2010 with many similar Read More »