Safety is the top priority during the uncertain times of COVID-19, but society has found ways to adapt and push on. Remote classrooms let us continue educating children without putting them at risk for developing or spreading coronavirus. Too much screen time can have adverse effects like eye strain, but you can take a few […]
Most people who wear glasses do so to correct vision issues such as nearsightedness or farsightedness. Not everyone who needs glasses, however, have poor vision. Some people have 20/20 vision, but their eyes don’t work together correctly. This issue, known as binocular vision dysfunction (BVD), can create some serious problems like eye strain and double […]
When it comes to your child’s education, their vision is an invaluable tool. 80% of learning today is done through the visual system. This includes tablets, smartboards, and computers, along with traditional books and the board at the front of the classroom. Children who have difficulty reading and writing are often labeled as having learning […]
You rely on sharp, focused vision to drive, see the leaves on the trees, and gaze at your loved ones’ faces. So when you’re suddenly seeing double—two images of everything—it’s understandably alarming. The causes of double vision range from having the wrong eyeglass prescription to eye misalignment or a neurological issue. It’s important to see […]
With all the festivities on New Year’s Eve, make sure you don’t forget about eye safety. In this post, iSee VisionCare, a reputable expert in vertical heterophoria and eye care services, lists a few tips on how you can keep your eyes safe during the New Year’s Eve celebrations.