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Taking Care of Your Contacts: What You Need to Know

Knowing how to take care of your contacts in crucial. Contacts are great for a variety of reasons but can cause eye infections if not cared for properly. Learn how to clean your contacts, best contact solution practices, and general eye care for contact wearers.

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How Contact Lenses Work?

Contact lenses are thin, curved lenses worn in ‘contact’ with the eye. they are medical devices designed to correct vision and can also be used for therapeutic or cosmetic reasons. Contacts have the same function as eyeglasses – to focus and refract light properly onto the retina and thus make objects appear clearly.

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Top 7 Foods To Improve Eyesight

Millions of people worldwide are affected by age-related macular degeneration and cataracts, which are often caused by oxidation and inflammation of the eyes. This is why good nutrition and a well-balanced & healthy diet has an important role in preventing eye diseases and improving your eyesight.

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The World of Vision: Presidents in History with Vision Problems

February is a month dedicated to love and history. Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, apart from all being US presidents, have one more thing in common: all 3 suffered from various eye problems. Learn more about the conditions they suffered and opinions of historical optometrists.

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Deciding Between Glasses and Contacts?

Choosing between contacts and glasses can be a tough decision. Some factors to consider are budget, lifestyle, comfort and personal aesthetic. Learn more about the pros and cons of each to make the best decision.

We at WebEyeCare are experts on contacts, eyeglasses, and general care for your eyes. Sharing our expertise is something we greatly value. Learn about topics such as how to take care of your contacts and new technology in the industry. Select one of the categories above for a list of related information. Have a question or want to know more on a topic we didn't cover? Ask us on the contact us page and we'll get back to you!