Posts Categorized: Vision Library

March Is National Save Your Vision Month

Drs. Feinstein and Wuzzardo of South Jersey Eye Associates, in honor of March being National Save Your Vision Month, would like to share 5 tips with you for a lifetime of healthy vision: 1) Schedule yearly comprehensive eye exams 2) Protect your eyes from harmful UV rays 3) Give your eyes a break from digital devices (20-20-20… Read more »

Healthy Eyes for Peak Performance

Good eye health and optimal vision are critical factors for better performance at school, at work, and at play. To provide parents with a better understanding of how to foster and maintain their children’s healthy vision for peak performance, the American Optometric Association Sports Vision Section and Safe Kids Worldwide® developed a free educational brochure,… Read more »

Can Your Child See Well?

If you have doubts about your child’s vision, here are some signs to look for. How do his eyes look to you? Are they red-rimmed or encrusted? Are her eyelids swollen? Does he complain that his eyes itch or burn or feel scratchy? When she’s reading or watching television for a long time, does she… Read more »

Signs of Dyslexia

If you know a child who has dyslexia, one of the things he has in common with other children who have this problem is poor reading ability. This can be true in spite of good intelligence, supportive parents, and strong motivation. If a child has dyslexia he may find it difficult to understand what others… Read more »

Aging and Eye Changes

If you’re over the age of 40, chances are you now use reading glasses or bifocals to improve the clarity of your vision. This is a natural consequence of aging as the eyes’ focusing muscles become weaker and other changes occur in the eyes. With advancing age, however, a person’s vision can also be subject… Read more »