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Safely Viewing the Solar Eclipse

Solar Eclipse

On Aug. 21 a solar eclipse will be visible across North America, and several optometry organizations have offered advice on how to view the event safely. According to the American Optometric Association, it is safe to look directly at the sun only during the totality of the eclipse, when the moon entirely blocks the sun’s…

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Congratulations Jennifer On Your Certification As Paraoptometric (CPO)!

Jennifer is our veteran optometric technician, with four years under her belt. Jennifer graduated from Central Michigan University, majoring in Early Childhood Development, with a minor in Communication Disorders. She also has an Associate’s Degree in Medical Assisting, from Baker College. She decided to put all of her knowledge and hard work towards getting certified,…

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CNN Reports: New Brain Injury Recovery Research

CNN: A new study in the Journal of Pediatrics suggests that recovery from a brain injury or concussion can take anywhere from days to weeks to years depending on the age of the injured and the severity of the concussion. In conjunction with other symptoms such as headaches, blurred vision and dizziness, a concussion can…

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