• What is an Eye Cold?

    The idea of getting a cold in your eyes might sound strange, but it is possible. This infection is more commonly known as pink eye, or viral conjunctivitis. This eye cold requires specific eye care in order to reduce the amount symptoms that may occur. There…

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  • The Science of Colorblindness

    In an earlier blog, we discussed what it meant to be colorblind, how often it occurs and what misconceptions there are. Although there isn’t any eye care treatment for colorblindness, the science behind what causes it is very interesting and worthy of further…

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  • The Science of Blinking

    Since we blink so often every day, and it is a reflex, we tend to take blinking for granted. However, it remains one of the most important bodily functions when it comes to eye care. Did you know the average person blinks 15-20 times per minute? That’s 900-1200…

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