Driving Safety Tips

Minimize the risks of driving at night as you get older by planning your trips before you leave home. Drive only on streets you know, and avoid dark, unlighted roadways. Limit your trips to places you can easily reach and that are close to home. Avoid risky spots like ramps and left turns. Plan

Sunglasses for Kids

Sunglasses for Kids Children may not be as interested as adults are in the fashion aspect of sunglasses. But because kids spend much more time outdoors than most adults do, sunglasses that block 100 percent of the sun's harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays are extra important for children. In fact, because children spend significantly more

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT EYEWEAR LENS FOR PRESBYOPIA

Presbyopia is the normal age-related loss of focusing ability that affects virtually everyone after age 40. At some point, small print becomes impossible to read without multifocal lenses (if you already wear eyeglasses for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism) or single vision reading glasses (if you don't need prescription lenses to see distant objects clearly).

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