I want to share this very informative video with you! Enjoy!
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I know that this is a little off topic of eye care, but I do not think that this would be appropriate for my parenting blogs so I am going to post this here.
This video that you are about to see makes you question the events of 9/11. I was watching a show on the National Geographic channel about the story behind 9/11. When I saw the Twin Towers coming down, I had a lot of thoughts running in my mind. One thought stuck out and my husband told me about this video on Google and it is about an hour and a half long but so WELL WORTH WATCHING!
I am truly sorry if this offends anyone, but since the government is hush-hush about the subject, I want to share. Please comment and share your views. I will post my views later when I can gather my thoughts. The video just blew my mind. Thanks for watching.
When you have your eye exam and the doctor gives you a copy of your eyeglass prescription, do you know how to read it? What does OD, OS, and OU mean?
Have you ever had a question about an eye care related issue? Do you want to know why some lenses are better than others? Do you want to know about different lens options?
You will find different FAQs about all things related to eye care in this article. Feel free to ask a question and I will add it to this list.
Do you know what you
REALLY should be using when you clean your eyeglasses? Most people do not. They think that a paper towel and some cleaner does the trick. Yeah, it works but it will end up costing you some new lenses.
Here is a short video on how to safely clean your glasses.
You know everyone will need reading glasses eventually. Whether you pick bifocals, progressives, blended, round segs, or just your plain ole’ drug store readers….the time will come. I know my time is coming…I can see the changes already. I am myopic, but I almost 34 years old. My mother never wore glasses and when she turned 40…Boom! She got progressives.
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