Center for Vision Loss Urges Kids to Have a Blast Safely on the Fourth of July

Image of a crowd watching a fireworks show

Thousands of Americans are injured on and around the fourth of July, and the Center for Vision Loss offers a simple way to keep kids safe – to look but don’t touch. Almost half of people injured on or around Independence Day are children and teenagers, and approximately one in six injuries are eye-related, according […]

Read More…

Center for Vision Loss Offers 5 Scary-Good Halloween Eye Safety Tips

A group of children in different Halloween costumes

Halloween is almost here, an exciting night for all the little ghosts, princesses, superheroes, and other trick-or-treaters out ringing doorbells around the neighborhood. To keep this Halloween’s trick-or-treating safe and fun, the Center for Vision Loss shares some tips on costume safety. 1. Costumes should be brightly colored. Make sure they are clearly visible at […]

Read More…