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Does Your Infant Or Toddler Need Glasses?

Vision tests are conducted on infants starting at six months and a comprehensive eye exam by an eye care professional should be scheduled by age one and repeated before kindergarten.
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Donate Unused Contact Lenses To Kids In Need

Things change as you get older, including your eyesight. For those of us who wear contacts, the annual visit to the ophthalmologist can mean a change in our vision prescription. While it is good to have 20/20 vision, it can result in a stash of contact lenses that you can no longer use. But thanks...
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Recycle Used Contact Lenses With This Free Program

Monthly and daily wear contacts have made life easier for the estimated 45 million Americans who wear contact lenses . But what a lot more attention focused on microplastic pollution, it has left many contact wearers with a questions. What do you do with your old contact lenses. Believe it or not,...
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Why You Shouldn't Flush Used Eye Contacts Down The Drain

Contact wearers are being asked not to dispose of their used contact down the drain. it is estimated that 45 million Americans, that’s 1 in 5 people, dispose of their used contracts by flushing down the toilet or tossing them down the drain, causing additional plastic to wind up in our sewage...
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Study Says Contact Lenses Safe For Children

Good news for kids and contacts. Soft contact lenses are as safe for children and teens as they are for adults, a new review finds. Researchers reviewed nine studies that included 7-to 19-year-olds who use soft contact lenses, to gauge the risk of corneal inflammation infection and inflammation...
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New Study Says Contact Lens Wearers Should Stop Using Them After 10 Years

More than 30 million Americans wear contact lenses to correct their vision. With such a large amount of people wearing contacts, there are many who do not follow the recommended regime on care laid out by their doctors. That is why the findings on a new study say that contact wearers generally have...
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