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    FY EYE!

    Last updated 2 months ago

    As if we needed another reason to love red wine! 
     
    New research shows that resveratrol, a natural compound found in grapes and wine, can help to prevent age-related muscular deterioration in the eye. It has also been shown to hold back the growth of blood vessels in the eye - blood vessel "overgrowth" can contribute to vision problems.
     
    They say prevention is the best medicine, so uncork a bottle of your favorite vintage and book your eye exam at 10/10 Optics today!

    Five Stars for Our Nosepads!

    Last updated 3 months ago

    Passover Break at 10/10 Optics

    Last updated 3 months ago

    10/10 Optics will be closed April 15, 16, 21, and 22 for Passover.

    Are you looking forward to all-you-can-eat matzah? ;)

    Five Stars for Our Star Optician, Jesus!

    Last updated 4 months ago

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    FY EYE!

    Last updated 4 months ago

    We know that the winter's shorter days can have an effect on our emotional health, but does the season's lack of light have an effect on our eye health as well? 
    • Spending more time in sunlight was shown in one study to reduce children's risk of nearsightedness! For every hour per week the children studied children spent outside in daylight, their chances of becoming nearsighted dropped by 2%. 
    • Research suggests that light-sensitive cells in our eyes are crucial to regulating our wake-sleep cycles. A minimal daily exposure to UV light is important to making sure our sleep cycles remain healthy!
    • Shorter days doesn't mean less "potent" sunlight - when you do go outside to get a healthy dose of UV rays during the winter, make sure to have a good pair of sunglasses on hand to prevent overexposure!

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