Eat foods that are healthy for your eyes.
Wintertime and the holidays can tempt the best of us from eating healthy. Be sure to continue to eat plenty of leafy greens, colorful fruits and foods containing omega-3 fatty acids which are good for eye health.
Cosmetic surgery for healthier younger you.
If the winter blues are bringing you down and you feel you are looking older than you should, cosmetic eye surgery for the correction of droopy eyelids or puffy bags under your eyes is just what the ophthalmic doctor ordered. Give yourself a younger appearance and, in some cases, even better vision. Schedule a consultation with our cosmetic eye surgeon to learn more.
No butts about it: Smoking is harmful to almost every organ in your body, including your eyes. Those who smoke are more likely to suffer from diminished vision as they age. If you are a smoker, the New Year is around the corner and a great time to make a resolution to kick the habit.
Give the gift of vision.
During the gift-giving holiday season, consider making a donation to a charity that helps to provide much-needed vision care services and eyeglasses to those in need.