August 19th through 23rd is Contact Lens Health Week. It was organized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to promote healthy habits among people who wear contact lenses to reduce the likelihood of eye infections. It all starts with proper lens care and maintenance, and that involves cleaning, storing and replacing them […]
Symptoms of serious eye problems are not always recognizable for what they are, and tend to be dismissed until obvious signs such as spotted or blurry vision are evident. In this blog, Northview Eye Care shares symptoms of eye problems that you shouldn’t ignore, and instead schedule an eye exam as soon as possible.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that children under age five should use a digital devices less and instead spend more time on physical activities. Children who spend more time on their screens are at risk of needing to see an eye doctor sooner than expected. In this blog, Northview Eye Care shares a look […]
Losing your contact lenses is the least of your problems if you wear them while at the pool. Northview Eye Care takes a closer look at why wearing contact lenses while swimming is a bad idea.
Photochromic lenses and prescription sunglasses have made it much easier for people who can’t wear contact lenses and must wear prescription eyeglasses. In this blog, Northview Eye Care shares an overview of these two options and which is right for you.