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It’s easy to take our vision for granted, after all, human development and life is largely based around it that we can be so deeply lost in what we’re seeing we forget to stop and give our eyes a little TLC. Afterall, this winter, you’re likely to make sure to rub lotion on your hands, […]

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At some point, you’ve probably seen or heard how vision works—sometimes, the eye is “too long” or “too short” and doesn’t focus the things you’re looking at correctly (causing nearsightedness and farsightedness, respectively). But there’s more to vision than eye shape! Age, diet, sun, stress, and more can cause vision impairment—even heart health is a […]

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Omega-3 for Healthy Aging

November 6, 2018

Healthy aging—getting old with a sound mind and without chronic illness—should be an important goal for everyone, especially as modern technology is helping more people to live longer. One key nutrient for this endeavor may be Omega-3 fatty acids. Studies have attributed strong benefits all throughout the body from Omega-3 fatty acids, and getting those […]

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Are You B12 Deficient?

October 8, 2018

B12 is one of the harder vitamins to get. If you have a limited diet, especially if you’re vegan, you’re more likely to be Vitamin B12 deficient. Like most deficiencies, it’s easy for it to go undiagnosed. The recommended daily guidelines really only cover extreme deficiency—but a mild or moderate vitamin deficiency can also cause […]

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1 in 3 contact wearers admit to making at least one mistake that could put their eye health in danger (and how many aren’t admitting to their bad habits?). What kind of mistakes? The kind that save you time when you’re getting ready in the morning or trying to get to bed at night.

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