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Digital Eye Strain is a problem that will continue to grow as technology becomes more integrated into the workplace.

Digital Eye Strain Forces Employees to Seek Vision Care

Michael Schell - in Others

After two hours at a computer, smartphone, tablet, e-reader or video game, an individual’s eyes feel sore. After four to six hours working on a computer as part of a regular job function, an employee’s eyes may sting and require a break—but that may…

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Eating a Good Diet is Not Good Enough

Charles Bens, PhD. - in Others

For years we have been told, “Make small changes in your diet,” and, “It’s okay to cheat sometimes,” or, “Just shop in the outer isles of the food stores.”  These eating behavior platitudes seem harmless, because anything that encourages people…

An eye exam chart with a close up of an eye in the background.

Protecting Your Eyes from UV Rays

Barbara Berger - in Worksite Wellness

Simply stated, vision changes as people get older. 94% of adults 55 and older need some vision correction.1 One reason for this, is our eyes are exposed to the sun often as we age;

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Protecting Your Eyes at Work and Play

Barbara Berger - in Focused

At work, at home and at play, the health of your eyes can be at risk, oftentimes without even realizing it. Fortunately,

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Eye Exam – Not Just Seeing Well, but Being Well

Barbara Berger - in Others

Vision benefits are strongly emerging as a way for employers to enhance wellness and disease programs. The importance of vision care is increasing as it impacts overall health, productivity and quality of life.

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