May is an exciting time for eyes. Not only do our eyes have to fend a bombardment of pollen, but they also have to contend with an increase in sunshine. After months of grey, overcast winter, sunny days are a most welcome prospect. But sunshine comes with its dangers. Some of the best selling sunglasses can protect you from the harm caused by UV rays.
This week Verizon launched its See Better = Learn Better Mobile Vision Program between Smart Vision Labs, OneSight and SUNY Optometry to provide free vision care for school children children across Omaha. The program will roll out to several more districts across the next two years.
Hundreds in South Africa are able to read and see family and friends more clearly because of vision screenings provided by EyeXam, Smart Vision Labs, Engage Africa, Valley Christian High School and VisionSpring.
In baseball, hitters are said to have a ‘good eye’ when they can distinguish between balls and strikes better than average. A ‘good eye’, though, is associated more with good judgement and restraint than with excellent vision. Sports vision care is vital to athletic success.