From eye health and news to the latest in eyewear fashion and style, get the full scoop from the My EyeLab Vision Blog. Here you’ll find articles, tips, and trends in vision to help keep you healthy and in-the-know.

Spring Inspired Eyewear

Spring Inspired Eyewear

Time to put away your winter sweaters and unpack your spring wardrobe! Spring is here! With the change in season, comes a change in wardrobe and accessories. One of the accessories you should update is your eyewear. At My Eyelab, we've gathered our top 5 frames for the Spring season for men and women. Women's Frames Christian of Paris (COP-15-13):  The sun is shining a little brighter these days! Keep your eyes protected from the harmful UV rays with these cat-eye tortoiseshell and g...

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Sports Eye Safety Month

Sports Eye Safety Month

  Do you enjoy playing sports? Have you've ever encountered a close call with getting hit in the eye or receiving a blow to the eyes? If you've answered 'yes' to any of the questions posted above, it may be time to consider purchasing  protective eyewear for playing sports. Based on a study done by the American Academy of Ophthalmology there are more than tens of thousands of sports and recreation-related eye injuries each year. On a positive note, 90% of these eye injuries can be...

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Saving Your Vision

Saving Your Vision

The month of March signifies the beginning of Spring along with Save your Vision Month. At My Eyelab, we take our customers eyesight seriously, and we've created a blog post informing our customers of the importance of getting a yearly comprehensive eye exam and tips on how to save your vision. Just as you implement healthy eating and exercising habits into your lifestyle, you should implement healthy eye habits into your daily lifestyle. Implementing healthy eye habits help maintain optimal...

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Eye Health News: March – Workplace Eye Protection

Eye Health News: March – Workplace Eye Protection

  Most people aim to live a healthy lifestyle. They workout, eat healthy, and drink plenty of water throughout the day; but, sometimes the eyes and eyesight are overlooked. In order to help combat overlooking your eyes and eyesight, at My Eyelab, we're raising awareness the month of March for Workplace Eye Protection. In today's digital workplace, protecting your eyes goes further than just wearing protective eyewear when working with tools. Nowadays, you have to protect your eyes fro...

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January: National Glaucoma Awareness Month

January: National Glaucoma Awareness Month

When was the last time you had an eye exam? Have you been tested for glaucoma? If the answers to those questions is a "no," it's time to schedule an eye exam, and get tested for glaucoma. January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. That's why  we've compiled information on Glaucoma and the importance of getting a yearly eye exam in order to detect glaucoma early on. Glaucoma, What is it? When the Optometrists diagnoses someone with Glaucoma, he is referring to the build-up of fluid in th...

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Eye Health News: Color Blindness

Eye Health News: Color Blindness

  For some people their world view isn't as colorful as others worldview. This is due to the fact that they may be color blind and can't distinguish between colors. Being color blind does not mean only seeing black and white, there are different types of color blindness that can affect your vision. Color blindness is known to affect more males than females, causing them to have a hard time differentiating between colors that are obvious to the rest of us. How Does Color Blindness Happen...

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Eye Allergies

  Have you ever found yourself with watery eyes or rubbing your eyes as soon as you step outside? If these sound like symptoms you’ve experienced at some point in your life, then you’ve felt the effects of an allergic reaction. Whether the reaction is due to seasonal allergies or more serious allergies, your eyes can experience symptoms such as: Itchy Eyes Watery Eyes Red Eyes Burning Eyes Causes of Eye Allergies Airborne Allergies The most common eye allergies are caused by...

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