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  • Cheap lenses not worth the hassle

    By Sasha L Radford, OD The Hubble Space Telescope was launched into Earth’s orbit on April 24, 1990 and constitutes one of the major astronomical advances of our time. Outside […]

    Continue Reading January 11, 2018

  • Why Optometry? (In Hindsight)

    By Dr Robin S Coady In August of last year my associate, Dr. Janelle Brown, a newly graduated Doctor of Optometry, wrote about why she chose optometry as a profession.  […]

    Continue Reading December 21, 2016

  • Infant Vision Development

    By Janelle J Brown, OD As spring approaches blanketing everything with green buds, we start thinking about new life. What better time to think about the eye care of infants […]

    Continue Reading April 29, 2016

  • Eye Protection at Work

    By Sasha L Radford, OD I tend to be a bit accident prone. I’m no equestrian, but after 2 years of horseback riding lessons I should know not to let […]

    Continue Reading March 28, 2016

  • Can’t you See???

    By Janelle J Brown, OD Limited sight does not equate to a limited life. According to a poll by the American Foundation for the Blind, people fear vision loss more […]

    Continue Reading February 8, 2016

  • Why Optometry?

    By Janelle J. Brown, OD As a patient of Dr. Bryan Stoller’s for years, I was always interested in how the instruments in the office worked, what he was looking […]

    Continue Reading August 18, 2015