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Fashion Forward Frames - Eyewear and Fashion Tips
So you've decided it's time to freshen-up your look with some new eye glasses. But with so many options available, where do you start?
The most important consideration, of course, is eye health so a comprehensive eye exam is the first step. Once the health of your eyes has been assessed and your prescription determined, the fun of selecting frames that suit your style and personality begins.
Common Sports Related Eye Injuries
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s historical data, more than 2 million Americans sustain eye injuries each year. Many of those injuries occur during sporting activities like tennis, baseball, basketball, football and golf. The list of injuries often includes such things as detached retinas, scratched corneas and bruising. The good news is that almost all of them can be prevented. With that said, we’d like to offer the following injury prevention tips:
Swimmers' Eye: Three signs your eyes have had enough!
Many Missouri residents with their own backyard pools and spas are probably already familiar with the condition known as swimmers’ ear. It is a common problem that arises among avid swimmers. However, what they might not be aware of are eye problems that tend to befall swimmers. That said, our St. Louis eye doctors would like to touch upon that topic this week.
According to NASA’s reports, the sun has been emitting a remarkable amount of solar flares this year. One of the more recent eruptions took place in early June. Although the eruptions haven’t injured humans, St. Louis opticians are encouraging Missourians to consider the flares reminders of the sun’s power.
There are flashy sunglasses’ manufacturers and then there is SALT. Optics. SALT. Optics sunglasses are for discerning connoisseurs who crave the elegance of clean lines and handcrafted, fastidious detailing. Such remarkable qualities are found throughout the well-respected company’s line of luxury sunglasses, including the Warner Collection.