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Computer Vision Syndrome

How many hours each day do you spend staring at a screen of some sort? One? Three? Five? More? EYEcenter wants you to know what this could mean for your vision. According to the American Optometric Association, the average American worker spends seven hours a day on the computer alone,...
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Q&A with Dr. Lilley: Myopia Control

Dr. Lilley is our resident specialist on myopia (nearsightedness) and myopia control. When Dr. Lilley learned that you could improve eyesight without glasses using a non-surgical procedure called Orthokeratology, he used his own eyes as a case study. The rest is history-- in his 40 years as an optometrist, he...
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Vision Therapy Success Story

Most children have no idea how they are supposed to see. When they have double vision, when words jump around the page in a book, or when they lose their place so easily that reading and tracking visual stimuli is nearly impossible, kids assume that’s normal. They can go through...
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Sports Eye Safety Month

Did you know that 90% of sports eye injuries are avoidable? Take the following steps to avoid them. Most fall sports are well underway by the end of August. That means September is the perfect opportunity to ensure that we are well-equipped with sports safety glasses. After all, September is...
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EYEcenter Culture: Giving Back

EYEcenter’s Dr. John Coen reflects on his recent ministry trip, performing eye exams in Tijuana EYEcenter’s Dr. John Coen has just returned from his annual trip with Amor Ministries to the Mexico Family Camp. This was the eighth year that Dr. Coen has joined families from across the U.S. on...

Back to School Photo Contest 2017

Starting August 21st, we'll be selecting one lucky person every week this back to school season to win a free pair of Ray-Ban or Nike sunglasses! To be entered in our weekly drawing, simply LIKE our Facebook page, and take a picture of yourself or your child doing something to...
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Four Tips to Make Sure Kids’ Eyes and Vision Are ‘Grade A’ This School Year

With back-to-school time around the corner, parents will be scrambling to buy new school supplies and clothes. As they tick off their long list of school to-dos, we would like to remind parents not to neglect one of the most important learning tools: their children’s eyes. Good vision and overall...
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How to Experience the Upcoming Solar Eclipse Without Damaging Your Vision

Tips on how to safely view this once-in-a-lifetime event On Aug. 21, millions of people in the U.S. will see day turn to night as North America falls under the path of a total solar eclipse. This will be the first total solar eclipse to cross the entire U.S. in...

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