Before you shop for your next pair of eyeglasses, check out these tips for getting the best value and results for your money.
Lens manufacturers have many offerings that can make your eyeglasses more durable and lightweight.
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A healthy diet can help prevent age-related macular degeneration. Find out why a Mediterranean diet may be better than supplements.
Corneal inlays help correct the loss of near vision. Are you a candidate?
Keep yourself—and others—safe on the road by getting regular eye exams to detect age-related vision changes.
Getting used to your new eyeglass prescription can take time. Try these steps to lower your risk of taking a tumble.
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