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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Dr. Davis Interviewed in the Mpls St Paul Magazine

Keep your eyes peeled for the October issue of the Mpls. St. Paul Magazine, as you’ll likely come across a familiar name. Dr. Elizabeth Davis was interviewed as an expert for their “40 is the new 20!” feature, which elegantly highlights what women age 40+ should be doing to maintain their health and wellness. We’re… Read More

“Eye-popping” Halloween Treats

As you plan for this year’s much-anticipated Halloween party, keep these “eye-popping” desserts in mind! We at MN Eye Consultants are already getting into the Halloween spirit and compiled some of our favorite eyeball recipes for you to enjoy with your friends and family this Halloween season. Happy baking! Eyeball Cupcakes What you’ll need: Your… Read More

The Vision Project – Harley’s Story

The Strides 4 Sight 5k helps to raise funds for folks enrolled in The Vision Project, a charity outreach that helps patients struggling financially obtain the eye procedures they need. Harley is just one of the many patients we’ve been able to help this year thanks to the money raised from Strides 4 Sight, and… Read More

Dr. Davis Interviewed in the Mpls St Paul Magazine

Keep your eyes peeled for the October issue of the Mpls. St. Paul Magazine, as you’ll likely come across a familiar name. Dr. Elizabeth Davis was interviewed as an expert for their “40 is the new 20!“ feature, which elegantly highlights what women age 40+ should be doing to maintain their health and wellness. We’re proud of Dr…. Read More

Back to School: Say Goodbye to Glasses This Fall

Preparing to go back to school can be pretty stressful. The last thing you want when signing up for classes, buying textbooks, and preparing for the fall semester is to deal with buying a new pair of glasses. They’re expensive, annoying and you’ll just have to buy a new pair when they break or get… Read More