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Monday, October 28, 2013 8:57:36 AM America/Los_Angeles
It’s that time of year again! For those of you who have waited til the last minute to pull together a costume, we’ve done the work for you! Have fun dressing up this Halloween and make your glasses work with your costume!
Thursday, October 17, 2013 5:24:07 AM America/Los_Angeles
We all knew it was coming… That crisp feeling in the air, cold mornings, deceivingly warm sunny afternoons and that bite of cold at night. That’s right people, Fall is definitely here. With the change of season, comes the time to update your look. Start layering your clothes and collect your warm accessories, and while you’re at it, have a look at our top eyeglasses picks for this year’s Fall Trends 2013!
Sunday, October 13, 2013 6:02:31 AM America/Los_Angeles
How we see the world and what we see the world with are two very different and amazing things but at the same time, we can’t do one without the other!
Let’s have a look at some incredible facts about one of body’s most intriguing organs, the human eyeball.
Monday, September 30, 2013 6:09:55 AM America/Los_Angeles
Most people take seeing for granted but when their vision begins to fail due to natural age degradation or eye diseases, some questions may arise as to how to resolve or combat their effects. Let's focus first on far and nearsightedness also known as Hyperopia/Presbyopia and Myopia.
The eye "sees" by focusing light rays from an object of regard on to the retina. The retina is a thin layer in the back of the eye that transmits visual signals to the brain. When the light is not properly focused on the retina, refractive errors occur requiring corrective eyewear or refractive surgery to make vision clearer. Let’s examine exactly what far and nearsightedness are, what kind of symptoms to look out for and what can be done to treat these vision impairments.