Health

The research suggests we should take caution when it comes to blue light, especially with children, who are more susceptible to blue light because the lens of a child’s eye doesn’t filter blue light as effectively as an adult lens. Concerned about the vulnerability of...

April is Women’s Eye Health & Safety month, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t address the unique concerns facing women. When talking about eye health, men and women are not on equal footing. As cited by the National Eye Institute: “The troubling reality [is]...

At its simplest, digital eye strain is eye and vision-related, caused by spending extended periods of time on computers, tablets, smart phones, or gaming consoles. There is a good correlation between the number of digital devices someone owns and the amount of time spent using...

The short answer is no. Blue light is beneficial in modest amounts. In fact, about 25% of sunlight is blue light, although the actual amount at any point in time depends on your latitude and the angle of the sun during a particular season, the...