Category: Advice

Dry Eye and Blue Light

Dry Eye Making You Feel Blue? Blue Light Could Play a Part Houston winters may not be the harshest in terms of blustery cold temperatures, ice and snowfall. But Mother Nature has a few tricks up her sleeve for winter months in H-Town. Among the trickiest? Dry Eye. Dry eye syndrome can be chronic and… Read More


What To Look For In A LASIK Surgeon

You’re Ready To Have LASIK That’s great! Amazing! The next step is finding the right LASIK surgeon for you – one that you feel comfortable with and confident in. After all, you only get one set of eyes for a lifetime and caring for them is essential! Taking the time to research the best surgeon… Read More


Use It Or Lose It: Fully Understand Your Flex Plan

Maximize Every Dollar It’s that time of year again. Crisp days, chilly nights, pumpkin spice, sprinklings of holiday decor popping up in stores and homes. The year almost complete, our thoughts gently turn to… I wonder if I have any money left in my FSA and will I lose it if I don’t use it… Read More


6 Summer Eye Care Tips

Here comes the sun Here comes the sun It’s all right It’s all right –The Beatles, Abbey Road Lounging around outdoors with a catchy tune is just one fun thing about summer. Houston and Austin are known for their sometimes stifling temperatures in these months, where the sun is constant and the urge to get… Read More


Eat Your Way to Better Vision – Top Five Superfoods for Eyes

Poor eyesight is a common problem. As many as 23 million American adults have reported vision loss. Many individuals experience difficulty seeing objects close up (farsightedness or hyperopia), others at a distance (nearsightedness or myopia). A significant part of taking proper care of your eyes includes providing the nutrients they need to perform at their… Read More


Senior Vision: 9 Tips for Safe Driving

Aging is inevitable, and change is a part of aging. For seniors, staying safe while driving can be a challenge. Changes in vision or hearing can cause problems, and reaction times may slow. Fortunately, seniors can make driving safer by following these nine tips. 1. Avoid Driving During Twilight or at Night. If seniors have… Read More


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