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Tis the Season for Dry Eyes

By Nova Vision Care | December 1, 2015

Contacts in the Winter Yes. ‘Tis the season…for dry eyes. When most people think winter, they think cold, wet air. But did you know that winter the air is usually drier than any other season? This can be hard on those that have dry eyes, but it’s even more difficult for those that have dry…

Being Thankful for Your Eyesight

By Nova Vision Care | November 23, 2015

Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful for all the privileges and blessings we have. It is a time to celebrate family and gather with our extended family members and friends.  Do we also remember to be thankful that we can see? We should give thanks daily, and not just once a year, for the…

Clear Your Vision While You Sleep with Paragon CRT

By Nova Vision Care | November 17, 2015

Imagine……. Being able to see without glasses, without daytime contacts, and without surgery! Wake up to crystal clear vision with Paragon CRT Paragon CRT is a specially designed therapeutic contact lens that gently and temporarily reshapes the cornea while you sleep. Through intense research and clinical testing, Paragon CRT has been FDA approved as both…

Low Vision and Driving

By Nova Vision Care | November 10, 2015

  Your eyesight can change as you get older. It might be harder to see people, things, and movement outside your direct line of sight. It may take you longer to read street or traffic signs or even recognize familiar places. At night you may have trouble seeing things clearly. Glare from oncoming headlights or…

Pumpkin helps eye health

By Nova Vision Care | November 2, 2015

Fall is here and we at Nova Vision Care just love it!  Sweatshirts, bonfires, s’mores, the leaves are changing, and you can find pumpkin flavored everything!   Pumpkin not only tastes great, but it helps promote eye health and protect your vision. Pumpkin contains an abundance of zinc, Vitamin A, beta-carotene and Vitamin C. These nutrients…

Sleeping helps you see better

By Nova Vision Care | October 26, 2015

Sleep is one of the body’s most basic necessities. Study after study demonstrates the importance of sleep to our physical, mental and social health. But did you know that your eyes also benefit from the proper amount of sleep and that too little sleep can cause vision problems? The Sleep Foundation recommends that adults get…

Protective Sports Eyewear is a Serious Matter

By Nova Vision Care | October 19, 2015

There are thousands of eye injuries a year related to sports. According to the National Eye Institute eye injuries are the leading cause of blindness in children in North America and most injuries occurring in school-aged children are sports-related. Further 99% of sports-related eye injuries can be prevented simply by wearing protective eyewear. Sports injuries…

Fall Allergies and Your Eyes

By Nova Vision Care | October 14, 2015

Autumn often brings to mind pleasant thoughts of football games, crisp air, and leaves changing color. But for those with allergies, it can also be a time of distress. Millions of people suffer from the sniffling, sneezing, and nasal congestion that accompany allergies. Weed pollen is the biggest allergy trigger for most fall allergies. Pollen…

Don't Keep Your Eye on the Ball – Vision Therapy and Performance in Sports

By Nova Vision Care | September 28, 2015

Dr. Daniel Laby is working in Manhattan with high school and college athletes to improve their performance as well as major league NHL, NBA and MLB players. He works to improve athletes vision from 20/20 to 20/15 or 20/12 and to “debunk one of baseball’s oldest adages: Keep your eyes on the ball.” “[The ball…

The Importance of Contact Lens Care

By Nova Vision Care | September 8, 2015

A study from the CDC has found that almost everyone of the 41 million contact wearers in the United States breaks at least one of the contact lenses care rules. USA TODA reports: Study: Bad hygiene a problem for nearly all contact lens users Rules for Contact Lens Wearers from the American Optometric Association Always…

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