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Vision Care

  • FSA, HSA, or Cafeteria Plan–Use it or Lose it!

    If you have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA), or Cafeteria Plan through your university or company benefits program, the money may be spent on vision-related services and products.  Eye examinations, prescription eyeglasses, and contact lenses are FSA/HSA eligible.  Many patients use their “Benny Card”, a prepaid benefits card, for these purchases.

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  • The Best Foods for Healthy Eyes

    Eating carrots is supposed to improve our eyesight, right? That’s actually a leftover idea from a British propaganda campaign during World War II. The British wanted to keep their newly developed radar technology a secret from the Germans, so they claimed as far and wide as possible that their airmen developed superhuman night vision by […]

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  • Digital Eye Strain

    Digital Device Use is Hard on Your Eyes Individuals who spend more than two hours each day using digital devices are at risk of developing digital eye strain.  Considering the average American spends just under four hours each day using smartphones, tablets, and computers, it is no wonder that digital eye strain is becoming increasingly […]

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