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​Father's Day: Celebrating the Importance of Dads

​Father's Day: Celebrating the Importance of Dads

Posted by Debby Burk on 16th Jun 2024

Father's Day is a holiday celebrated annually on the third Sunday of June in many countries around the world. This day honors fathers and father figures, including grandfathers, stepfathers, and foste…
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Simplifying Tech for our Parents

Simplifying Tech for our Parents

Posted by Team Debby on 9th May 2024

Tools on the iPhone to Assist Elderly: iPhones have become more than just communication devices; they are now powerful tools that assist users of all ages in their daily lives. For the older gene…
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​How to Clean Your Glasses: A Step-by-Step Guide

​How to Clean Your Glasses: A Step-by-Step Guide

Posted by Team Debby on 1st May 2024

How to Clean Your Glasses: A Step-by-Step GuideMaintaining clear vision is essential for everyday tasks, and keeping your glasses clean is a vital part of that. Over time, dust, fingerprints, and smud…
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February Is Low Vision Awareness Month

February Is Low Vision Awareness Month

Posted by Team Debby on 31st Jan 2024

Learn Facts About Low VisionConsider some of these important facts when it comes to observing Low Vision Awareness Month: Almost 20 million Americans — 8 percent of the U.S. population — have…
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​ Purple Eyes: Unraveling the Myth and Genetics

​ Purple Eyes: Unraveling the Myth and Genetics

Posted by Team Debby on 12th Jan 2024

Purple Eyes: Unraveling the Myth and GeneticsHuman eye color is a genetic trait that is predominantly influenced by the pigmentation of the iris. It ranges widely from brown, which is the most common…
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Glaucoma: Understanding the Silent Thief of Sight

Glaucoma: Understanding the Silent Thief of Sight

Posted by Team Debby on 1st Jan 2024

Glaucoma: Understanding the Silent Thief of SightGlaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve. The health of the optic nerve is vital for good vision. This damage is often caused…
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Big Readers For Big Men

Big Readers For Big Men

Posted by FarrellBurk on 8th Jun 2023

Scroll down on this page to see our featured extra-large optical readers for men. These represent our largest and highest quality men's readers. The reason the widest available readers happen…
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Multi Focal Readers With No Power On Top

Multi Focal Readers With No Power On Top

Posted by JoeAdams on 25th Jan 2023

At least a handful of people ask each week if we have no-line bifocals. Technically, the only way to make a true "no line" lens is to make the bottom power GRADUALLY progress to the the top…
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