One size fits all sometimes means too small
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
Share on World Sight Day: what does clear sight mean to you?
Pink eyeglasses made in a very high prescription for a little girl in Nicaragua.
Incredibly, 1 in 7 people around the globe who need glasses don't have access to them. World Sight Day is October 11--join us to learn more about the world vision care crisis, some personal experiences with OneSight and a fun, simple way you can share what clear vision means to you.
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CATEGORY: Everyday Life
WRITTEN BY: Holly Ingram
Vision benefits can be both convenient and fashionable: Nicole's story
Young woman wearing glasses in a professional work meeting.
Nicole is a young professional who relies on her vision benefits to make sure the changes to her eye health don’t come by surprise. And just as importantly, she makes sure her vision benefits help her look her best at her job, while saving money. Here's Nicole's story.
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CATEGORY: Everyday Life
WRITTEN BY: Holly Ingram
Is there an average age kids start wearing glasses?
Little girl Katie with her eyeglasses on, holding a flowerpot and smiling.
You want the best for your children, and that includes quality health and vision care, but how do you know when is the right time for children to start wearing glasses? To answer that question, let me share a personal story.
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CATEGORY: Everyday Life
WRITTEN BY: Holly Ingram
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One size fits all sometimes means too small