Blue Light

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Life hack for better sleep:  Reduce Blue Light exposure at night We all know UV light (ultra-violet) is harmful to our eyes, but did you know that blue-violet light (emitted with from artificial sources or the sun) can also cause health issues? With our kids all using Chromebooks or other tablets for school work in… Read more »

Childrens Eye Exams. Here’s Why Oldest Children Are More Likely to Be Nearsighted

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  Childrens Eye Exams. Here’s Why Oldest Children Are More Likely to Be Nearsighted       It could have to do with new parents investing more in their education according according to a recent Time Magazine article we want to share with you. If you’re an oldest child, stereotypes suggest you’re probably organized, an… Read more »

Back-to-school eye exams more essential than ever

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Back-to-school eye exams more essential than ever To capture the public’s attention, and prompt them to take action, AOA’s annual Ready for School public relations campaign emphasizes the growing strain that digital device use is putting on children’s eyes, and how to deal with it. “We have a responsibility to the eye and vision health of… Read more »

Eyecare Associates of Lees Summit Stresses Importance Of Full Vision Exams For Babies, Toddlers

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Eyecare Associates of Lees Summit Stresses Importance Of Full Vision Exams For Babies, Toddlers A recent article in the Pittsburg Tribune Review by Kellie Gormley reports that more and more younger children are being diagnosed with vision problems, “medical professionals and parents are catching the problems earlier then they did in previous generations.” Dr. Julie… Read more »