Keep Your Eyeglasses Clean By Donning Protective Goggles For These Jobs

When you wear prescription eyeglasses, cleaning them with a cleaning solution and microfiber cloth will likely be part of your routine every few days. If you're eager to lengthen the time between cleanings, it's worthwhile to think about protecting your lenses during certain messy jobs around the house. Some jobs are messy enough that a clean pair of glasses will need to be cleaned again as soon as the job is done, but it's useful to slip a pair of protective goggles over your eyeglasses. [Read More]

Three Signs Your Child May Be Color Blind

Color blindness, also called a color vision deficiency, means that your child isn't able to distinguish some colors. Since children with this condition have never seen the world any other way, they don't realize that their world looks different than it should. As a parent, you'll need to stay alert for signs that your child can't see colors normally. Here are three signs that your child may be color blind. [Read More]

4 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Eyeglass Frames

Your eyeglass frames are one of the most expensive parts about owning eyeglasses. For this reason, it's important that you take care of them. This way, you can avoid having to replace both the frames and the lenses if they happen to break. Here are four tips to consider to help you take care of your eyeglass frames: Take Them Off With Both Hands: To avoid misaligning the glasses, always take them off with both hands. [Read More]

Worried About Wet Macular Degeneration? Here's Some Helpful Info

Wet macular degeneration is a form of macular degeneration that involves leaking blood vessels in the eye. It is a rare form of regular (dry) macular degeneration, but it is the one that is responsible for the most severe vision loss. The estimates have it that only around 1 out of 10 people with macular degeneration have the wet form, but it is responsible for ninety percent of vision loss due to the disease. [Read More]