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Aug 14, 2017
Eclipse may pose danger to those who view it
About 500 miles northeast of Madera, and elsewhere in the U.S., people will be able to see the sun’s corona, the outermost part of its atmosphere that is normally drowned out by the brightness of the sun itself. Here a crescent sun will be visible, but

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Protect Yourself Against Eye Injuries
According to eye experts and doctors, 90% of workplace eye injuries could be avoided or lessened if safety eyewear was worn properly.

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Restoring Eye Sight with Scleral Contact Lenses
There are contact lenses available for virtually every vision problem including astigmatism, presbyopia, postsurgical and keratoconus. At Natural Vision we are committed to providing the best contact lens technology to help you see your world.


Summertime eyecare

Jun 25, 2013

As the temperature risesand the days grow longerour thoughts begin to revolve around fun in the sun and upcoming summertime vacations.  Whether your plans include the beach, the lake, the mountains, or the backyard, don't forget to take care of your eyes.
Proper eyewear
As your time outside increases, proper eyewear is essential to making the most of your summer activities.  Increased time outdoors leads to increased ultraviolet light exposure, which can cause premature aging of the eyes. Just as sunblock and wide-brim hats protect you when you are outside, sunglasses with UV protection can protect against this damaging light. 
Additionally, polarized lenses help to eliminate harsh glare from sunlight. These are a great option for driving or spending time by the water.  Safety glasses are a must whenever you do any household work involving power or hand tools, or where dust or dirt may get into the eyes. These glasses are typically made of impact-resistant polycarbonate.
Contact lens wearers
Water sports are a relaxing and great way to cool off in the summer heat.  However, contact lens users should be cautious. Swimming with contact lenses should be avoided, as water may contain viruses and microbes which can cause serious infections. Swimming goggles provide a safer alternative to swimming in contacts.
Contact lenses that block UV light are a great option in addition to sunglasses.  Contact lens wearers should always wash their hands before handling lenses. They should also be careful to avoid getting sunscreen in their eyes by using waterproof sunscreen.
Fabulous 4th  
The 4th of July is a classic American holidayjust make sure your holiday memories don't include a visit to the emergency room! Fireworks are a big part of the festivities.  On average though, about 2,000 individuals suffer eye injuries each year in the U.S. on this holiday.  Eye injuries can vary from abrasions, cuts, and burns, to retinal detachment and even blindness.
Several simple tips for a safe and fun July 4th of July celebration include: 
·        Don't let children play with fireworks.
·        Watch fireworks from at least 500 feet away.
·        Don't handle unexploded fireworks.
·        Use safety goggles if you're lighting your own fireworks.
·        Leave it to the professionals and watch a professional pyrotechnic extravaganza!

-- John Barron, O.D.

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