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Eye Strain

The Link Between Vision and Productivity

Maureen Cavanagh | Posted 08.21.2015 | Healthy Living
Maureen Cavanagh

Often people don't know they have a vision issue because they only know what they see. The vision they have is normal to them, and they can only assume that everyone sees the same way they do. An accurate prescription for corrective lenses can open the world for someone who didn't know what they weren't seeing.

This Common Workplace Practice Is Causing Major Health Issues

: Inc. | John Brandon | Posted 03.19.2014 | Small Business

Everyone makes mistakes when it comes to technology. Some are terrible at doing regular data back-ups because it's not a high priority (you know w...

5 Weird Things Your Desk Job May Be Doing To Your Body

Posted 03.12.2015 | OWN

By Corrie Pikul You can't quit your day job (yet)...but you can make it a little less uncomfortable. 1. The pain that strikes at the front door....

3 Ways To Keep Computer Screens From Ruining Your Eyes

Posted 03.11.2015 | OWN

Three experts offer tips to help you overcome a nagging issue: "I stare at screens -- TVs, computers, phones -- all day, and it's killing my eyes....

5 Suprising Ways You're Hurting Your Vision

The Huffington Post | Anthonia Akitunde | Posted 05.22.2013 | Fifty

Eyesight naturally changes as we age. As we grow older, our eyes go from being able to refocus easily to having a harder time seeing detail, explained...

Overworked Eyes: Will Your Computer Make You Go Blind?

Robert Joyce, O.D. | Posted 09.04.2012 | Healthy Living
Robert Joyce, O.D.

As a child, your mother always said: "Don't sit so close to the TV, or you'll go blind!" But now almost everyone who works at a desk spends their entire day staring at a screen from distances that are most definitely not "mom-approved."

eReader Screens May Not Actually Cause Eye Strain

The New York Times | NICK BILTON | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

The act of reading is going through a number of radical transitions, but perhaps none is more fundamental than the shift from reading on paper to read...