Monthly Archives: October 2011
Blaine turns One!
Our Blaine MEC location turns 1-year-old tomorrow! Congrats to everyone who has made this location a success!
Halloween Eye Safety: When Costumes Really Get Scary
Halloween Eye Safety: When Costumes Really Get Scary Editor’s Note: It’s fun for kids to put on scary costumes for trick-or-treat and Halloween parties, but you don’t want them to end up with something truly frightening – permanent damage to their eyesight. Here are some tips from pediatric ophthalmologist Kristina Tarczy-Hornoch, M.D.,of The Vision Center… Read More
October is Halloween Eye Safety Month
HALLOWEEN EYE WEAR ACCESSORY MAY PERMANENTLY DAMAGE EYES With Halloween approaching, the American Optometric Association (AOA) is warning consumers about the risks of wearing decorative contact lenses without a prescription from an eye doctor. These non-corrective lenses, which are designed only to change the appearance of the eyes, are easily accessible to consumers and are… Read More