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Is Vision Insurance plan a must buy?

"I do not wear prescription eyeglasses, I do not need a Vision Plan to insure my vision." This could be your natural response to someone who suggests you to buy a vision plan. But, may be it's time for you to think over it again.

And Why?

Many of the eye diseases do not show signs or symptoms before it impacts you. The only way to avoid it, is by going for regular eye examinations and vision testing by an experienced optometrist. Now, this is where your Vision Insurance can help you with the cost that is incurred on vision care.

Importance of Eye Exams during Childhood

When was the last time you took your child for an eye exam? If your answer is “it’s been less than 6 months”, you can ignore this and not read any further. However, if it’s been longer than that, then it is important you read this.

For parents, their child’s health is a priority. Thus, it is important that when you take your child to his doctor, get his eyes be evaluated at all doctor’s visits, even during infancy. An easy way to avoid vision related problems is by keeping vision screenings routine.

10 Facts about Color Blindness

More than likely you know someone with color blindness, but here are the 10 facts you may not know!

1. The first document on color blindness dates back to 1798. It was written by John Dalton, an English Chemist who himself was a color blindness.

Quick Tips for Healthy Vision

When you spend hours on end focusing or staring at things, you end up stressing your eyes, which ends up leading to eye strain.

Importance Of Vision Testing Among Kids

Data collected by NHANES & NHIS show that close to 14 million kids (Aged 12 years and above) have reported visual impairment.

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