Reading This On A Computer? The Glasses You May Need

For those of us spending more and more time gazing at a computer screen, it’s proving to be –literally — a pain in the neck. And in the head. And the eyes. The symptoms of eye strain — blurred vision, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, dry eyes — affect up to 90 percent of workers who spend hours a day peering at a computer, says the American Optometric Association. For older adults, in particular, the problems are compounded by presbyopia (the …

Reading Specs – So Hot Right Now

Rumor has it, you gents have a hard time admitting you need a little help here and there. That’s right, your spouses have been talking. First, it was not needing to stop for directions, or following that Ikea how-to manual (which, let’s be honest, aren’t that helpful anyway). Now, you’re swearing you don’t need reading glasses, even though you have to telescope that menu back and forth so many times to read it, your server thinks you’re waving her down. …