Everyone wants an edge over the competition when taking part in a job interview. Big things like knowing a lot about the company and having questions for the interviewer prepared help the cause. So do little things such as picking the right tie and shoes. The right choice of eyeglasses, however, is not usually considered. Surprisingly, putting the right effort choosing the perfect pair of eyeglasses can serve up a great assist during an interview.
11 August 2016
If you love spending time hiking and backpacking in the back country and you wear glasses, you may be concerned about the best ways to care for your vision issues when away from civilization. The following tips will help you choose the best glasses and to keep your vision sharp during your jaunt in the woods. Tip #1: Get sport frames Sport frames aren't just for high contact activities. These frames are generally made to be impact resistant, which means they are less prone to breakage.
18 June 2016
When your eye care professional diagnoses you with glaucoma, it's important that you understand what kind of treatment to expect. Most eye doctors start with a treatment plan that includes medicated eye drops for pressure regulation. If the eye drops don't reduce the pressure in your eyes or condition worsens, your doctor may suggest that you undergo surgery. Here's a look at a few of the surgical choices to talk over with your eye doctor before you settle on a treatment.
21 April 2016
Prescription sunglasses are a sound investment. They make it possible to see clearly when the sun is at its brightest and can help improve your vision while driving during the day. If you wear your prescription sunglasses while working on your home or completing projects that require the use of paint, it is quite possible that the paint has made its way onto your sunglasses. If this is the case, don't fret—you can get the paint off without damaging the lenses or frames rather easily.
1 March 2016
When you have kids, poked eyes are a common occurrence. This is especially true if your kids are active in sports or like to roughhouse with friends. Most eye pokes don't cause serious injury to the eye. However, some pokes can lead to severe injuries to the eye. If your child has been poked in the eye, here are four simple steps you should follow. Have Them Rest As soon as your child comes to you with a poked eye, you should have them sit down and rest for a moment.
15 January 2016