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The Importance of Healthy Vision on National Video Games Day

The Importance of Healthy Vision on National Video Games Day

Are you noticing that your eyes are feeling dry, sore or just uncomfortable after staring at your screen all day? We’ve got news for you! The blue light emitted from your devices can be harmful to your eyes.

One Orange A Day for Healthy Vision

One Orange A Day for Healthy Vision

Photo by Stephanie Studer on Unsplash It turns out, orange juice is more than just America’s favorite morning beverage! According to a study published in  the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers say those who ate at least one orange a day during the study, […]

The Top 10 Nutrients for Healthy Eyes

The Top 10 Nutrients for Healthy Eyes

Your eyes are similar to a camera, and like a camera, if  any part of your eye becomes damaged, you do not get a clear picture. There are many factors that can contribute to unhealthy eyes, including exposure to sunlight, your age, smoking and blue […]

Staring At A Screen All Day? How To Naturally Protect Your Eyes

Staring At A Screen All Day? How To Naturally Protect Your Eyes

Your eyes are similar to a camera. Like any camera, if your eye becomes damaged, you do not get a clear picture. Exposed to large amounts of stimulation daily, your eyes are able to efficiently process information at the blink of an eye (pun intended!). […]

Screen Time before Bed: Less Sleep & Higher BMIs

Screen Time before Bed: Less Sleep & Higher BMIs

Photo by Rhett Noonan on Unsplash According to Penn State College of Medicine, researchers have found that using technology before bed was associated with less sleep, poor sleep quality, greater fatigue, and high body mass indexes (BMI). Previous research points to technology impacting sleep patterns. […]

Study: Eye Color Linked to Pain Tolerance

Study: Eye Color Linked to Pain Tolerance

Photo by Soroush Karimi on Unsplash It’s a fact that some of us are able to tolerate physical pain much better than others. A lot of factors come into play here, including genetics, body chemistry, and past exposure to pain. But now, a new study […]