By Frank Gimbel, ABOC-AC Screens are just about everywhere we look today. Whether they are in the form of flat-screen TVs, PCs, laptops, cell phones, media players, smart watches, or some other technology, all of these devices can emit harmful blue light that can create digital...

A growing number of optometrists and other medical experts have begun to get very serious about digital eyestrain. Helping give the subject recent headway in the eye care spectrum was a new study released by Vision Service Plan (VSP being the moniker most are familiar...

Myopia is often discussed casually and its significance in leading to more severe vision disorders isn’t taken as seriously as it should be. Essentially, those with myopia—sometimes referred to as myopes—are nearsighted, and they are able to see objects which are nearby, but objects at...

The International Consumer Electronics Show is the largest technology exposition in the world. All of the latest and greatest advancements in the digital world are revealed at the event which takes place in Las Vegas. Despite there being some thrilling new inventions and breakthroughs this...

According to a recent Mashable article, for most of us, looking at digital screen all day is virtually unavoidable. This extended digital screen viewing can cause cases of digital eye strain. A myriad of factors lead to digital eye strain, but the real truth is...

Article via @sethporges A recent article on Bloomberg.com explores the affects of blue light from digital devices on sleep patterns. The article discusses different solutions for reducing blue light to ensure a good nights sleep. The article explains; to understand the science: When you look at a bright screen,...

[via WIRED] A fast-growing body of research has linked artificial light exposure to disruptions in circadian rhythms, the light-triggered releases of hormones that regulate bodily function. Circadian disruption has in turn been linked to a host of health problems, from cancer to diabetes, obesity and depression. “Everything...

There is an alarming upward trend in myopia, a.k.a. nearsightedness, in the past several years. According to a recent research study,  60 years ago, only 10% to 20% of the Chinese population was nearsighted, today that they are  at 90% among teens and young adults. More than...

Mashable has just posted a new guide of 11 gadgets that no commuter should leave home without. You know, things like a foldable bicycle, infinity pillow and this thing that lets you make coffee on the go: http://youtu.be/vwYfBtOMUQM Pretty cool stuff, right? You know what else made...

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]Yesterday, in an effort to educate consumers and members of the press about the impact of digital device use on vision health and the benefits of the latest lens technologies, The Vision...

Light pollution is one of the most rapidly increasing types of environmental degradation. Its levels have been growing exponentially over the natural nocturnal lighting levels provided by starlight and moonlight. To limit this pollution several effective practices have been defined: the use of shielding on...

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