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Kids & Digital Vision Strain

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It’s almost time for kids to head back to school, which means they will spend even MORE time on digital devices like smart phones, tablets and laptops. These devices can be great for helping kids learn, but it’s important to remember that they can also be detrimental to kids’ (and adults’) eyes! The American Optometric […]

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We See Veterans – CVT Interview

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In honor of the Fourth of July, Dr. Richard Moors was featured on Central Valley Today to discuss EYE-Q’s commitment to helping veterans in the community. Dr. Moors is a veteran himself, along with two other doctors in the practice, and the office as a whole supports a number of charitable organizations and fundraising efforts […]

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Employee Charity Competition

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EYE-Q Cares is a community benefit program driven by the employees of EYE-Q to get involved with and support many non-profit organizations. EYE-Q Cares readily donates funds, time and energy to the causes that are important to them, and to the local community. In the past, just a few of these causes have included Make-A-Wish, […]

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Tips for a Safe Summer in the Sun

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SUMMER IS NEARLY HERE! The Valley offers so many exciting outdoor activities for both adults and kids over the next few months: summer camps, picnics, lake trips on the weekends, summer sports, beach vacations…the list goes on. It’s easy to get caught up in all the fun and forget to protect yourself from the sun. […]

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Vision Apps: Good or Bad?

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  Digital technology has revolutionized the world. There are mobile apps designed to do almost anything, including things related to your vision! There are a number of vision apps on the market today for both iPhone and Android that are designed to assist the visually-impaired and their caretakers, but some may be better-suited for you […]

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