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Blue light is part of the spectrum of light particles that come from primarily the sun. There was a time — before technology and electricity — when the sun was the only source of that type of light. And it...
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Every year on June 27, we here at All About Eyes celebrate National Sunglasses Day! It’s a time for us to remind our patients (and ourselves) about the benefits of wearing sunglasses while outside (year-round). Now that the weather has finally...
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The annual flipping of the calendar to the new year inevitably leads people to think about fresh starts, overhauling their old ways for better ways … out with the old, in with the new! So what better time than now...
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  National Sunglasses Day will be on Wednesday, June 27, and it is a perfect day to celebrate protecting your vision with your sunglasses! Why Sunglasses? Sunglasses — not just any sunglasses but specifically those with Ultra Violet (UV) protection...
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September, the month when crisp air makes its return, school buses make their way down neighborhood streets, and school sports start for elementary children on up to college students. And with those sports come eye injuries, unfortunately. In fact, every...
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On Monday, August 21, 2017, portions of North America will experience a total eclipse of the sun. Total eclipses occur when the moon passes over the sun and covers it from view on Earth. The last such event was in...
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  It’s that time of year again:  time to break out your sunnies and celebrate National Sunglasses Day on Tuesday, June 27. Don’t have any sunglasses? Not to worry! All About Eyes has you covered. We are running a special...
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Eye injuries at work are expensive for employers, obviously painful and disruptive for employees, and largely preventable. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says that 90 percent of all eye injuries could be avoided by simply wearing proper eye protection. ...
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  Did you know that the sun’s rays can be just as damaging to your eyes in the winter as in the summer? According to The Vision Council, fresh snow reflects nearly 80% of UV radiation. If you enjoy skiing,...
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