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Tips at Work to Reduce Eye Strain

Date posted: June 12, 2015   |   Tagged with:

We’ve all worked on a computer at work at one point or another, and possibly felt the aftermath of staring too long or too hard at the computer monitor. It is very unpleasant and can cause many different medical issues stemming from constant migraines, to eye irritation. Since so many of us constantly use computers […read more.]

Thanks For Attending the May 2015 Trunk Show

Date posted: May 28, 2015   |   Tagged with:

May 13th saw an outstanding Trunk Show hosted by Ryan Ranch Optical Center. It was a delight and honor to share extensive frame selections and discounts with you at this event. Thank you to all who attended and helped make this Trunk Show a big hit. Your presence and participation made the event fun, fruitful […read more.]

How to Beat Your Eye Allergies During Spring

Date posted: May 20, 2015   |   Tagged with:

When the spring months quickly approach, people will start experiencing those dreaded allergies. While allergies can affect all areas of the body, they are especially felt in the eyes. The pain of allergies can be so bad at times that the individual feels like they will never receive relief. That’s not true, though. There are […read more.]

What You Need to Know if Your Child is Nearsighted

Date posted: May 15, 2015   |   Tagged with:

When children find out that they have to wear glasses, it can turn their whole world upside-down. It can be a tough adjustment for their parents as well. The most common reason that children have to wear glasses is due to a condition known as myopia. If you think your child may need glasses, here […read more.]

Cataracts: Signs and Symptoms

Date posted: May 3, 2015   |   Tagged with:

When eye’s lens, located behind the pupil and iris, has clouding, it is referred to as a cataract. In individuals over the age of 40, cataracts are the most prevalent cause of vision loss. It is also the main cause of blindness internationally. Studies have shown that, globally, there are higher cataracts cases than those […read more.]

Foods For Your Eyes

Date posted: April 27, 2015   |   Tagged with:

Eating healthy for weight loss is a practice that many people try throughout their lives. However, eating healthy has other benefits outside of simply trying to maintain a target weight or set point. As populations around the world continue to grow older, one of the biggest areas of importance on the body is the eyes. […read more.]

10 Ways to Prevent Vision Loss

Date posted: April 14, 2015   |   Tagged with:

Many people experience some degree of vision change over the course of a lifetime. While most shifts are age-related, there are are other serious problems that are completely preventable. Being proactive goes a long way toward avoiding blindness and other negative consequences. The following list outlines 10 ways to prevent vision loss. 1. Have Regular […read more.]

Glaucoma, What is it?

Date posted: April 10, 2015   |   Tagged with:

Sure, we have all heard of Glaucoma, but what exactly is it and who is really at risk of developing Glaucoma? To put it simply, Glaucoma is a very serious disease that potentially threatens ones ability to see the world around them. It is classified as a condition of increased pressure within the eyeball that […read more.]

Tips to Protect Your Vision

Date posted: April 2, 2015   |   Tagged with:

The human sense of sight is one of the most valuable ways of interacting with and learning about the world. From watching a beautiful sunset to gazing into the eyes of a loved one, vision provides people with treasured moments to be turned into cherished memories. When vision is clear and unimpeded, most people don’t […read more.]

Tips for Teachers With Visually Impaired Students

Date posted: March 28, 2015   |   Tagged with:

Most children learn first by sight, thus, educational systems are geared toward sight learning from a young age. However, visually impaired children have the same educational goals as their un-impaired counterparts. The challenges these children face requires some simple adjustments be made the classroom to allow them to reach their scholarly goals. Here are a […read more.]

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