News & Events

How to Avoid Digital Eye Strain in Kids

Posted on

Digital Eye Strain is common in adults who spend a lot of time working in front of a computer screen, but kids and teens are vulnerable, too. Young people spend a lot of time on devices in this age of advanced technology, whether that be for homework and learning or playing the latest game. Symptoms […]

Continue reading

COMMUNITY INTO FOCUS: The First Tee of Fresno

Posted on

First Tee of Fresno began in 2008, and since then, has grown into a prominent youth-development organization in the Central Valley promoting life skills, leadership, and confidence through the game of golf. The First Tee of Fresno founder, Michael Firpo, is a golf professional and Fresno local who was a golf instructor/coach who loved his […]

Continue reading

4 Common Symptoms of Eye Allergies (That Justify a Doctor Visit)

Posted on

The Central Valley is a high-risk area for allergies because of the many pollutants in the air. The medical term for eye allergies is allergic conjunctivitis, but without visiting your eye doctor, you can’t truly know if you have eye allergies or other conditions, like dry eye or bacterial infections. Watch out for these common […]

Continue reading

Meet Jenny Ricardo

Posted on

Jenny Ricardo leads a busy life. She loves photography, and spends a lot of time creating beautiful scrapbooks full of her work. (She carries a camera everywhere, just in case.) She bakes regularly, using recipes she has collected over the years. Jenny crochets often, and loves to work with her hands in her craft room. […]

Continue reading

Lifestyle Matters: Dr. Vuong on Workplace Eye Wellness

Posted on

March is National Save Your Vision Month! Dr. Vuong joined Marilyn Moore of Lifestyle Matters to discuss workplace eye care, digital eye strain and the importance of receiving regular, comprehensive eye exams from an optometrist. Don’t forget to wear your safety goggles when you are performing tasks dangerous to your eyes, and use the 20/20/20 […]

Continue reading