As parents, there are a million different ways to feel bad or guilty. The amount of time most of us spend on our phone in front of our kids can be one of them. The good news is, changing is easier than you may think.
For young children, extended screen time can have a negative, lasting impact. The timespan between birth and age 3 is dubbed “the critical period” in the medical community due to the changes happening in the brain. Too much screen time during this age range can leave their still-developing brains permanently damaged. Continue reading What Screen Time Can Really Do to Kids’ Brains
Here are 4 tips on for helping your child get the most out of their eye vitamin every day! Continue reading Help Your Kids Get the Most Out of Their Eye Vitamin
Doctors have a rough time dragging their children away from screens, too! They have a few tips on how to find balance. Continue reading What the Screen Time Experts Do With Their Own Kids
Whether it’s taking the iPad away from a 3-year-old or asking a 14-year-old to get off Instagram for dinner, parents today engage in an ever-raging battle over screen time with their kids. Some kids even complain about their eyes feeling sore or tired, yet they’re still glued to their screens. Here are 5 tips to help reduce the impact of excessive screen time discomfort. Continue reading How Much Screen Time Is Okay for My Kids?
Learn how EyePromise® Restore ingredients work together to protect and improve your eye health. Continue reading Part 1- EyePromise Restore Ingredients: What Do They Do?
It’s estimated that 1.8 million people have age-related eye health issues, while 7.3 million are at risk. Which are you?
Continue reading How Do I Know if I Have Age-Related Eye Health Issues?
We don’t think of the eyes as being an extension of the brain, but they are! In fact, eye health can mirror brain health. New research shows certain eye exams can determine the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s.
Continue reading The Eye-Brain Connection You Should Know About
As winter approaches and the temperature falls, we have come to expect the onset of the hectic holiday season. Traveling, gathering with friends and family, keeping up with work, school, and other commitments – it all adds up to stress! Perhaps this is part of the reason it is not uncommon to get sick at this time of year. Why not bring the craziness down a notch this year with a steaming mug of tea? Especially with a tea that has nutritional properties to help your body and eyes meet their many demands. Continue reading The Power of Turmeric – By Sandra Young, OD
Is it possible to enjoy a sweet treat that is also good for eye health? Yes!