OpticTopicby Steven A. QueenanKEEPING AN EYE ON YOUR KIDSccording to two surveyby the American OpticalAssociation, parents tend tounderestimate how much timetheir children spend in frontof computer screens. Theytherefore may not be awarethat their kids are experiencingdigital eye strain," which cancause children to experienceng, itchy, or tired eyesheadaches; fatigue; and blurredvision. Aside from subjectingthemselves to glare andirregular blinking. children arealso exposing themselves tohigh-energy, short-wavelengthblue and violet light fromeveryday electronic devicesthat may contribute to eye strairnand lead to serious conditions(such as age-related maculardegeneration). Parents shouldstruct their children to takeregular breaks from peeringat the computer screen, as wellas reduce glare and adjustfont sizea person using a computerscreen wears prescriptioneyewear, there are treatmentsthat can be applied to yourlenses to reduce UV and Bluelight. Stop in at REGIONALEYE OPTICAL and conswith one of our opticians aboutyour options of protection. Weare located at 1455 MontrealStreet S.E.. our hours areMon&Thurs 8:00-7:30pmFri 8:00am-4:00pm.Tues & Wed, 8:00-5:30pmS. The American Opticalchildren have an eye exam by anoptometrist soon after 6 monthsof age, then again before age3, and every year thereafter Optic Topic by Steven A. Queenan KEEPING AN EYE ON YOUR KIDS ccording to two survey by the American Optical Association, parents tend to underestimate how much time their children spend in front of computer screens. They therefore may not be aware that their kids are experiencing digital eye strain," which can cause children to experience ng, itchy, or tired eyes headaches; fatigue; and blurred vision. Aside from subjecting themselves to glare and irregular blinking. children are also exposing themselves to high-energy, short-wavelength blue and violet light from everyday electronic devices that may contribute to eye strairn and lead to serious conditions (such as age-related macular degeneration). Parents should struct their children to take regular breaks from peering at the computer screen, as well as reduce glare and adjust font size a person using a computer screen wears prescription eyewear, there are treatments that can be applied to your lenses to reduce UV and Blue light. Stop in at REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL and cons with one of our opticians about your options of protection. We are located at 1455 Montreal Street S.E.. our hours are Mon&Thurs 8:00-7:30pm Fri 8:00am-4:00pm. Tues & Wed, 8:00-5:30pm S. The American Optical children have an eye exam by an optometrist soon after 6 months of age, then again before age 3, and every year thereafter

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Optic Topic by Steven A. Queenan KEEPING AN EYE ON YOUR KIDS ccording to two survey by the American Optical Association, parents tend to underestimate how much time their children spend in front of computer screens. They therefore may not be aware that their kids are experiencing digital eye strain," which can cause children to experience ng, itchy, or tired eyes headaches; fatigue; and blurred vision. Aside from subjecting themselves to glare and irregular blinking. children are also exposing themselves to high-energy, short-wavelength blue and violet light from everyday electronic devices that may contribute to eye strairn and lead to serious conditions (such as age-related macular degeneration). Parents should struct their children to take regular breaks from peering at the computer screen, as well as reduce glare and adjust font size a person using a computer screen wears prescription eyewear, there are treatments that can be applied to your lenses to reduce UV and Blue light. Stop in at REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL and cons with one of our opticians about your options of protection. We are located at 1455 Montreal Street S.E.. our hours are Mon&Thurs 8:00-7:30pm Fri 8:00am-4:00pm. Tues & Wed, 8:00-5:30pm S. The American Optical children have an eye exam by an optometrist soon after 6 months of age, then again before age 3, and every year thereafter Optic Topic by Steven A. Queenan KEEPING AN EYE ON YOUR KIDS ccording to two survey by the American Optical Association, parents tend to underestimate how much time their children spend in front of computer screens. They therefore may not be aware that their kids are experiencing digital eye strain," which can cause children to experience ng, itchy, or tired eyes headaches; fatigue; and blurred vision. Aside from subjecting themselves to glare and irregular blinking. children are also exposing themselves to high-energy, short-wavelength blue and violet light from everyday electronic devices that may contribute to eye strairn and lead to serious conditions (such as age-related macular degeneration). Parents should struct their children to take regular breaks from peering at the computer screen, as well as reduce glare and adjust font size a person using a computer screen wears prescription eyewear, there are treatments that can be applied to your lenses to reduce UV and Blue light. Stop in at REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL and cons with one of our opticians about your options of protection. We are located at 1455 Montreal Street S.E.. our hours are Mon&Thurs 8:00-7:30pm Fri 8:00am-4:00pm. Tues & Wed, 8:00-5:30pm S. The American Optical children have an eye exam by an optometrist soon after 6 months of age, then again before age 3, and every year thereafter

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