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Regular Eye Care Is Important

Annual eye exams are recommended,
especially for those who are 40+

Here's to your eye health.

There has been a lot of focus in recent years on essential fatty acids and their impact on health, particularly for those with dry eye. In this case, many credible scientific studies have shown positive results for dry eye patients who consume adequate amounts of these essential fatty acids. As a result of these well-studied benefits, incorporating omega fatty acids into your diet for relief of dry eye symptoms is one dietary recommendation that you might want to consider.

The consumption of omega fatty acids has received lots of attention and research due to their potential for numerous health benefits. These essential fatty acids, called omega 3’s and omega-6’s, are necessary for your body to function correctly and must be obtained through diet as your body cannot produce them. Omega-3’s can be obtained from plant-based sources like flaxseeds, soybeans, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, and tofu. Omega 6’s come mostly from plant-based oils, for example, those made from corn, soybeans, and sunflowers. Most Americans obtain enough omega-6 fatty acids with a normal diet but may fall short on omega-3 consumption. It is best to obtain these nutrients by incorporating foods rich in essential fatty acids but supplements may be used effectively as well.

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The real reason some folks buy their glasses online

Whatever happened to hands-on Opticianry?

Asymmetry considerations for Opticians

Online glasses not what doctor ordered

Should all Opticians become certified?

Quiz: World's most expensive eyewear

Whatever happened to craftsmanship?

A closer look at buying glasses online

Optical History: How did we get here?

The danger for Independent Opticians

Anti-reflection coating for your specs

Transformational properties of gems

Is Alzheimer's diabetes of the brain?

Driver vision requirements by State

Sticker shock specs from Luxottica

Glasses for Down's syndrome kids

Why Opticians need better training

Corporations put consumers at risk

Continuing education for Opticians

A one-on-one Opticians interview

A consumer guide to eyeglasses

The rap on wrap-around eyewear

For kids needing Vision Training

The steroid-cataract connection

Hot dogs can wreck your health

The Diet Drink-MS connection

OpticiansForThePeople.com

Change your body chemistry

IDoNotEatDeadAnimals.com

The case for and against salt

Hands-on with Google Glass

The eye-color paternity test

Important contact lens care

Can you spot the leopard?

The eye exam for glasses

Photochromic lenses 101

OpticiansForChange.com

For kids with a lazy eye

Bubba's 'meticul turms'

Why the patient is king

Test your eyes online

Drunk...Driving...Dead

Meditations for health

What is an Optician?

Health by 'da sign'

Optical vision site

The indigo child

The eye library

Back walking

Ear candling

Health links

Face talk

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American Board of Opticianry accredited and Florida State Board approved CE hours
for Intermediate and Advanced Level Opticians in Handcrafted Frame Fitting are
currently being offered under the sponsorship of POF, the Professional Opticians of
Florida. Click or Call
800-528-0413 Ext. 354 to arrange for a Training Session.

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