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9 Eye Care Tips for the New Year

9 Eye Care Tips for the New Year

The health of your eyes is imperative for your good health. Good vision is something that we often take for granted until there is an issue. Looking Glass Optical has a list of eye care tips for the New Year that will ensure your eyes are their healthiest from now and into the future.

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Proper Nutrition for Healthy Vision

Proper Nutrition for Healthy Vision

Looking Glass Optical believes in a holistic approach to wellness. We understand that proper nutrition for healthy vision decreases the risk of many genetic eye diseases. We have some helpful tips for improving your diet. We recommend you follow this guide which includes proper nutrition for healthy vision.

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Do I Have the Right Eyeglass Prescription?

Do I Have the Right Eyeglass Prescription?

When you pick up your new eyeglasses, there is usually a bit of an adjustment period. However, if after a few days, you feel something is not quite right and you are asking the question, “Do I have the right eyeglass prescription?”

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How Your Eyes Work

How Your Eyes Work

Have you ever wondered how does your eye work? Simply put, light reflects off an object and enters the eye and travels instantly through the sections of the eye and is read by the brain. We have broken it down piece by piece to make it easier to understand.

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5 Ways You Can Prevent Cataracts

5 Ways You Can Prevent Cataracts

Cataracts are the number one cause of blindness throughout the world. Most common in older people, in fact, by age 80 more than half of all Americans have cataracts or have had surgery to remove cataracts. Cataracts form when protein builds up in the lens of the

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Lazy Eye Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Lazy Eye Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Looking Glass Optical understands that as parents, we want the very best for our children. We are concerned about their health and development and want to provide the very best care possible. Amblyopia or Lazy Eye is a neurological condition that develops due to an abnormal visual experience early

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