Enjoy the outdoors … and protect your eyes
Now that spring is here and the weather has turned nicer, many of us are excited to be able to spend more time on outdoor activities. Gardening, hiking, yard work,…Read More
Allergy Season? The EYES Have It!
It’s Allergy Season! Spring is here! The sun is out, the days are longer, the grass is growing and the flowers are blooming. There is a sense of renewal, rebirth,…Read More
While being forced to stay home can lead to boredom and lethargy, it does not need to be the case. As a society we spend a lot of money on…Read More
Grilled Tuna with Pineapple-Orange Salsa
MAIN DISH GRILLED TUNA WITH PINEAPPLE-ORANGE SALSA (serves 4) Ingredients: 1 cup pineapple chunks, drained ¼ cup orange juice 1 tbsp. chopped sweet onion (e.g. Vidalia, Walla Walla) ½ cup chopped…Read More
Tips for the Eclipse
The Great American Solar Eclipse will be darkening our skies on August 21, 2017. The area of totality is in a narrow strip of the country from Oregon to South Carolina, but those…Read More
Protect Those Eyes All Year Long!
On every glasses prescription I dispense for distance glasses, there is a stamp that says “UV protection”. That way, I won’t forget to write it — I want everyone to…Read More
How can my eyes be dry and tearing at the same time?!
Do you suffer from gritty, burning, red eyes? Do they feel dry, or sometimes excessively watery? Then you’re not alone. Estimates are that more than three million women over 50…Read More
Food for Vision
According to a report published in February, 2012, Americans spend more than $25 billion a year on dietary supplements. However, as Linda pointed out in her previous blog, what to…Read More