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  • Envisioning a greater future: One contact lens at a time.

    We all try to be good stewards of the earth. We go out of our way to recycle paper, glass, plastic. Many of us even compost. But what about daily disposable contact lenses? We wear them once then toss them. Good for our eyes, not so good for the planet. Here’s some good news that […]

    Continue Reading November 27, 2017

  • Keep Your Glasses Looking Like New!

    You just bought a new pair of glasses. The last thing you want to see are dirty or scratched up lenses!If you take good care of your glasses, they can last you several years. Here are some tips on how to keep your investment looking and feeling like new. Don’t Wipe Your Lenses When They’re […]

    Continue Reading April 20, 2016

  • Print vs. Digital: Which is Better for your Eyesight?

    When it comes to reading, there are some key differences between computer screens, e-readers, and printed books and newspapers. The question is, how does each affect our eyes? Reading On A Screen May Make Our Eyes Work Harder Computer screens, smartphones, and tablets display text and images differently than e-readers and print, using tiny pieces […]

    Continue Reading February 18, 2016

  • Who Is at Risk for Glaucoma?

    The second leading cause of blindness has no warning signs and some surprising risk factors. We may not notice changes in pressure until our car tire is flat or our garden hose is bursting with water. Pressure plays an important role in daily life and a very important one in eye health. Unhealthy changes in […]

    Continue Reading January 28, 2016

  • No Eye Drop Eye Exam….Really!

    At Warrior Eye Care Vision Source, we believe that our technology and preventative eye care testing leads to the diagnoses and treatment of eye and non-eye disease much earlier, saving sight and lives. That’s why we always dilated our patients’ eyes at least every two years, if not more often. The problem with dilating, is […]

    Continue Reading May 27, 2015

  • Insuring Your Eye Health (continued)

    (Please see previous blog for more information) Vision Services for Children: The Affordable Care Act and Your Child’s Eyes Recent changes in federal law may impact the kinds of vision and eye health services your child has access to through health insurance. As of 2014, all health insurance plans have to include coverage for children’s […]

    Continue Reading February 5, 2015

  • Insuring My Vision

    Most people require some kind of eye care throughout their lifetime, but how do they pay for it? Insurance can be a confusing topic in any circumstance but this is especially true when it comes to our eye health. Insurance for eye health care can come from various sources. It may be employer-sponsored medical or […]

    Continue Reading August 26, 2014

  • Pregnancy and Your Vision

    Pregnancy brings an increase in hormones that may cause changes in vision. In most cases, these are temporary eye conditions that will return to normal after delivery. It’s important for expectant mothers to be aware of vision changes during pregnancy and know what symptoms indicate a serious problem. Refractive Changes – During pregnancy, changes in […]

    Continue Reading May 22, 2014

  • are contact lenses appropriate for children?

    If your child is interested in wearing contacts, you may be wondering if he or she is old enough. But a child’s maturity and ability to handle contact lenses responsibility is more important than age alone. Physically, a child’s eyes can tolerate contact lenses at a very young age. Even infants can be fitted with […]

    Continue Reading April 24, 2014