Fishing: A Dangerous Sport?

By |2018-08-11T12:36:04+00:00August 10th, 2018|All Posts, Featured Post, Safety Articles, Safety Tips|

According to the National Eye Institute, sports, and recreational-related eye injuries result in an estimated 100,000 physician visits yearly. These visits cost over $175 million per year. And that's in the U.S. alone. The [...]

Hooked On Polarized Fishing Glasses

By |2018-07-27T18:33:57+00:00July 27th, 2018|Featured Post, Product Reviews, Safety Articles|

When choosing polarized fishing glasses, protection and seeing well are top priorities. Comfort and fit are also important since they’re crucial in whether or not a person wears sunglasses — or any eyewear [...]

Know An Eye Injury When You See One

By |2017-10-25T13:47:04+00:00October 27th, 2017|All Posts, Featured Post, Safety Articles, Vision Health|

Know Why You Need to Know Wearing safety eyewear can prevent 90% of eye injuries. In fact, Eye Injury Prevention really revolves around this simple, quick approach. Unfortunately, not everyone wears protective eyewear [...]

How To Tell If You Damaged Your Eyes Watching The Eclipse

By |2017-08-22T14:57:23+00:00August 22nd, 2017|All Posts, Featured Post, Safety Articles|

It's ironic how the day after the Great American Solar Eclipse one of the most popular search phrases on Google is "my eyes hurt." Hopefully, these poor souls used proper solar eye protection [...]

How To Safely View A Solar Eclipse

By |2017-07-27T14:32:40+00:00July 21st, 2017|All Posts, Featured Post, Safety Articles, Safety Tips, Vision Health|

Most of us probably remember being told as kids never to look at an eclipse because it could make us go blind. Yet, do you actually know someone who has gone blind from [...]

Baby Boomer Eyes And Cataracts, Part 2

By |2017-06-02T18:39:49+00:00September 29th, 2016|All Posts, Featured Post, Safety Articles, Vision Health|

Lots Of Prep Work Once do your research and opt for cataract surgery, a process detailed in Baby Boomers Eyes and Cataracts, Part 1, the detailed prep work begins. First, your ophthalmologist calculates which [...]

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