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Keep an eye on safety when choosing toys for children. Some toys can be dangerous for kids' eyes, and the last thing any parent wants is for a toy to result in permanent vision loss.
Give the joy of reading to a loved one with low vision this holiday! A new study shows that people with poor central vision can read more quickly and comfortably using back-lit digital tablets.
A recent study presented at the American Academy of Ophthalmology's annual meeting suggests that children’s headaches are rarely linked to vision or eye problems.
New research suggests that children’s headaches are rarely linked to vision or eye problems.
November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, and EyeSmart encourages anyone with diabetes to follow these five steps to preserve your vision in the years to come.
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