Tag: Eye Health

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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Can Eye Exercises Reduce Blind Spots?

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  Many people exercise to keep their bodies in shape, but have you ever thought about doing the same for your eyes? According to a recent study published in Current Biology, you can reduce your blind spot through training and exercise. What is the blind spot? Everyone has a natural blind spot, but most don’t Read More »

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June – Men’s Health Month

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Did you know June is National Men’s Health Month? And this is Men’s Health Week which means it’s time for the wearing of the blue this pre-Father’s Day Friday, June 17th. Sporting blue means you’re showing support for the Wear BLUE® awareness campaign created by the Men’s Health Network (MHN) whose mission it is to Read More »

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What to Expect at an Eye Exam

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Has it been awhile since your last eye exam? Maybe you’ve never been at all. You know you’re supposed to get your eyes checked every year, but sometimes the unfamiliar is intimidating. You keep putting it off until you learn that your eyes can reveal a lot about your overall health, and you’ve run out Read More »

5 Resolutions to Be and See Your Best in 2016

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Although we start the year with strong intentions to become healthier, save money, and get organized, most often New Year’s resolutions are given up by January 17, nicknamed Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day. To ensure you stick with yours, choose a manageable goal, set a plan to meet and track it, then share it with Read More »

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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