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Keep up-to-date on the latest vision-related news and eye care events in our Practice.

Simple Habits for Kids’ Eye Health

Eye Contact Madison provides simple practices to encourage healthy eyesight in children. It emphasizes the importance of regular eye exams, outdoor play, limiting screen time, promoting good reading habits, maintaining a balanced diet, ensuring proper hydration, practicing good hygiene, wearing protective eyewear, monitoring vision changes, and communicating with educators.

Debunking Common Sports Eyewear Myths

Our latest article tackles the misconceptions surrounding protective eyewear during sports and outdoor activities. By providing factual information and emphasizing the benefits of modern sports eyewear, the article aims to educate readers and encourage proper eye protection. It also highlights how Eye Contact Madison offers personalized advice and a wide range of eyewear to ensure clear vision and safety for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts.

Kids’ Sunglasses Your Kid Will Love and Wear this Summer

Use the right sunglasses to protect your child's eyes from harmful UV rays this summer. This guide covers the importance of 100% UV protection, durable materials, and kid-friendly designs to keep them safe and happy in the sun.

Pregnancy and Eye Health: Essential Guidance for Future Moms

From dry eyes to more serious conditions like preeclampsia-induced vision changes, understanding and managing these shifts is crucial for the well-being of expectant mothers and their babies.

Save Your Vision Month: A Guide to Eye Care as You Age

Aging affects our eyes, but proactive measures can help maintain eye health. This guide offers seniors practical advice on coping with age-related vision changes and optimizing eye health amidst allergy season.

A Visit to the Emergency Room or Your Optometrist?

When a health crisis occurs, it is common to consider a visit to the nearest hospital emergency room for care. However, when the emergency is related to your eyes, consider a trip to your optometrist's office as the first stop.