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School Checklist

Aug 25, 2017

Computers and smartboards are a common staple in today's classrooms, but now with programs such as "bring your own device" (BYOD) to school, smartphones and tablets are seeing increased use in schools as well. It's clear to us at Today’s Vision tha...

Protect Your Eyes During the Solar Eclipse

Aug 10, 2017

This Aug. 21, the entire United States will experience a partial eclipse of the sun lasting 2 to 3 hours. Parts of 11 states will experience a total solar eclipse (this does not include Houston). If you want to watch the partial eclipse, make sure t...

Limb or Vision?

Jun 20, 2017

Today’s Vision wants you to know that, in a survey, almost 70% of people around the world said they’d rather lose a limb or give up 10 years of their life rather than lose their eyesight. This question, among others, was asked to over 11,000 peop...

Eyewear Care

May 15, 2017

Today’s Vision likes to compare new eyewear to a brand new baby just brought into the world. After we’ve taken accurate measurements and helped you choose the correct frames and lenses based on your needs, we want you to know how to care properl...

Go Polarized for Better Vision and UV Protect...

Apr 10, 2017

  Everyone needs to protect their eyes and vision from the sun’s harmful UV rays. To maximize your benefits from sunglasses, Today's Vision eye doctors recommend that you consider polarized sunglasses.



Polarized sun...

Protect Young Athletes

Mar 27, 2017

Parents and coaches play an important role in making sure young athletes protect their eyes and properly gear up for the game. Today’s Vision wants you to know that protective eyewear should be part of any ...

Eyestrain at Work

Mar 14, 2017

Eyestrain is a common occurrence in our visually demanding world. Today’s Vision wants you to know there are a number of ways to reduce or eliminate the factors that contribute to eyestrain. Key signs and symptoms of eyestrain i...

What You Should Know About Blue Light

Feb 28, 2017

Today’s Vision wants you to know there is dangerous light emission all around us – and we don’t mean UV light from the sun. New research is revealing the dangers of blue light, a high-energy wavelength of light emitted by smar...

Don't Forget Your Shades this Winter

Feb 03, 2017

Most of us associate sunglasses with warm weather, hanging out at the beach, and other summertime activities. Today’s Vision doesn’t want you to make the mistake of forgetting to wear your favorite shades during the colder winter...

Glaucoma Awareness Month

Jan 23, 2017

Today’s Vision wants you to know that January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is a serious, lifelong eye disease that can lead to vision loss if not controlled. It’s important to have regular eye exams, because onl...

Better Lighting Equals Better Vision

Jan 17, 2017

As we get older, the lights seem to get dimmer! Today’s Vision wants you to know that one of the easiest ways to improve your vision is to boost your lighting. Here are a few tips to help you get started.

  1. Add ...

Eyes Feel Dry?

Jan 03, 2017

Are your eyes especially dry during the winter months?  Today’s Vision wants you to know you’re not alone.  Dry indoor heat, cold air and less humidity can take a toll on our eyes.   But how do you know if it’s a temporary conditio...

Treat Yourself! Use FSA Funds Now

Dec 06, 2016

Most December shopping lists are filled with holiday gift ideas. Today’s Vision wants to remind you that if you have a flexible medical spending account (FSA), you should make another list that includes eye exams, eyewear, contact ...

Treat Yourself! Use FSA Funds Now

Dec 06, 2016

Most December shopping lists are filled with holiday gift ideas. Today’s Vision wants to remind you that if you have a flexible medical spending account (FSA), you should make another list that includes eye exams, eyewear, contact ...

Eyes Feel Dry?

Nov 05, 2016

Are your eyes especially dry during the winter months?   If so, you’re not alone.   Dry indoor heat, cold air and less humidity can take a toll on our eyes. But how do you know if it’s a temporary condition or the beginning of Chronic Dry ...

Go Polarized on National Sunglasses Day

Nov 05, 2016

This June 27 is National Sunglasses Day, when we recognize that everyone needs to protect their eyes and vision from the sun’s harmful UV rays. To maximize your benefits from sunglasses, we suggest you consider polarized sunglasses. Polarized su...

Misleading Claims

Nov 05, 2016

Today’s Vision wants you to know that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has taken action against a company that offers so-called “eye exams”  via an app on a mobile device. The California-based company, Carrot Neurotechnology, Inc., agreed t...

Better Lighting

Nov 05, 2016

As we get older, the lights seem to get dimmer! Today's Vision wants you to know that one of the easiest ways to improve your vision is to boost your lighting. Here are a few tips to help you get started.

  1. Add tab...

Limb or Vision?

Nov 05, 2016

Today's Vision wants you to know that In a survey, almost 70% of people around the world said they'd rather lose a limb or give up 10 years of their life rather than lose their eyesight. This question, among others, was asked to over 11,000 people ac...

School Checklist

Nov 05, 2016

Computers and smartboards are a common staple in today's classrooms, but now with programs such as "bring your own device" (BYOD) to school, smartphones and tablets are seeing increased use in schools as well. It's clear to us at Today's Visi...

Sports Eye Safety

Nov 03, 2016

Outdoor games and sports are an enjoyable and important part of most children's lives. Today's Vision wants parents to know that vision plays an important role in how well a child performs, whether having a catch in the back yard or playing an organi...

Eyewear Care

Oct 31, 2016

Today’s Vision likes to compare new eyewear to a brand new baby just brought into the world. After we’ve taken accurate measurements and helped you choose the correct frames and lenses based on your needs, we want you to know how to care properly...

Feast for Eyes

Oct 31, 2016

Today's Vision wants you to know that a healthy diet and other behavior choices may reduce your risk for serious eye conditions such as macular degeneration and cataracts. Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of irreversible blindness i...

Use FSA Funds Now

Oct 10, 2014

Most December shopping lists are filled with holiday gift ideas. Today's Vision wants to remind you that if you have a flexible medical spending account (FSA), you should make another list that includes eye exams, eyewear, contact lenses, and other i...