You don’t have to be crying or peeling onions to get tears flowing in your eyes.
Information from Montana Eye Care
If you have diabetes, it is critical to get to get a comprehensive eye exam on an annual basis.
Halloween is a ghoulishly fun time for children of all ages. It’s also a day of injury in America. More than twice as many children are hit by cars and killed on Halloween than on any other day of the year.
Humans are fortunate to have five senses: taste, smell, touch, hearing and sight. We absorb the majority of sensory information from the world around us through the eyes. Consequently, the health of our eyes is critical to our overall health and well-being.
Summer is fleeting in Montana, so it’s important to get out there and take advantage of fun in the sun. Just as you need to protect your skin from the sun’s rays, it’s equally important to protect your eyes.
Most Americans are aware of the need to protect their skin against the harmful rays of the sun. It’s become common knowledge that UV rays can age the skin and cause skin cancer.
Spring, the season of rebirth. The aroma of blooming flowers and sweet notes of songbirds. The verdant riot of trees and grasses returning to life.
Nearly a million Americans have lost eyesight due to an eye injury, and experts estimate most incidents could have been avoided by wearing protective eyewear like safety glasses or goggles.
Welcome to March, Workplace Eye Wellness Month. Each day, more than 2,000 Americans suffer an eye injury, about a third of which require an emergency room visit and 10-20 percent of which cause permanent vision loss.
Whether you’re an Olympic luger in PyeongChang or skating at the Memorial Park ice rink, you need to take care of your eyes.
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