November 27, 2013

These Toys Could Be Hazardous to Your Child’s Eyes

Shopping for toys on Black Friday? First, read this list of 6 types of toys that can injure kids’ eyes. Plus: W.A.T.C.H. list of Worst Toys […]
November 25, 2013

Recipes for Healthy Eyes

Delicious recipes with eye-healthy ingredients, created by an optometrist. …read more Source: All About Vision     
November 23, 2013

How to Keep Your Eyes (and Other Body Parts) Safe When Deep-Frying a Turkey

Tips for frying the bird, and not your eyes! …read more Source: All About Vision     
November 20, 2013

Higher Glaucoma Risk for Oral Contraceptive Users

Women who use birth control pills should be getting regular eye exams that include glaucoma screening, especially if they have other glaucoma risk factors. Read more… […]
November 15, 2013

Eye Contact and Autism in Infants

When and how long a baby looks at other people’s eyes offers the earliest behavioral sign of whether a child is likely to become autistic, scientists […]
November 7, 2013

Driving at Night: What Happens to Your Eyes in the Dark and How You Can Improve Your Nighttime Driving

Daylight saving time is over, so it gets dark earlier now. Here are some tips to help with nighttime driving! …read more Source: All About Vision […]
October 30, 2013

For Best Results, for How Long Each Day Should Kids Wear a Patch for Lazy Eye?

Research supports extended patching for persistent childhood amblyopia. …read more Source: All About Vision     
October 29, 2013

Vision Art Eye Care is now a member of the NVA (National Vision Administrators) vision plan.

We are pleased to announce Dr. Mintchell and Vision Art Eye Care are accepting patients participating with National Vision Administrators, LLC (NVA) Vision Benefits. We are […]
October 28, 2013

Foam Parties Pose Eye Injury Threat

Foam is harmless, right? Not according to party-goers who suffered eye irritation and pain, blurry vision, light sensitivity, conjunctivitis and more. …read more Source: All About […]