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  • Managing Your Diabetes
    A Message from Dr. FransonNovember is National Diabetes month and with over 30 million Americans affected, it is the leading cause of blindness in adults in our country.  Diabetes can Read more
  • Total Eclipse for the Eyes
    On August 21, 2017, a solar eclipse will be visible across North America. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon blocks any part of the sun. Even though the moon Read more
  • Celebrating The 4th With A Bang!
    IT'S FIREWORK SAFETY MONTH!Over 9,000 fireworks injuries occur each year. Many of these injuries include eye  damage—sometimes permanently compromising vision! A Few Simple Rules For Fireworks SafetyNever leave kids alone to play with fireworks. ALWAYS include responsible   adult supervision.Always respect safety barriers, whether you’re at a professional display or   using consumer fireworks.Know your fireworks and read every label, then follow all recommendations  and safety warnings!Never relight a dud. Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water.Wear eye goggles! If you get ash in your Read more
  • Sunglasses and UV Protection!
    A Message from Dr. Franson about UV Protection! Spring and summer season in Utah means spending extra time outdoors. Whether it is out hiking, gardening or poolside, we tend to get Read more
  • Which eyewear style will you rock in 2017?
    2017 New Eyewear FashionsWhich STYLE will you ROCK in 2017!The Round ShapeThe BrowlineThe Cat Eye by Kate SpadeThe Funky Aviator by RayBanThe Oversized SunglassYou wouldn't own just 1 pair of shoes Read more
  • You could have Glaucoma and not know it?
    NO PAIN. NO SYMPTOMS. NO WONDER IT'S CALLED THE SILENT THIEF OF SIGHT.Glaucoma is a group of eye disorders that lead to damage of the optic nerve and result in vision Read more
  • Use it or Lose It!!!!
    Don't Lose Your BenefitsAs the end of the year approaches, make sure you take advantage all of your year-end benefits. Many insurance plans reset on January 1, and flexible spending Read more
  • Eyewear 1930s - Now!
    Are eyewear trends circling back like clothing styles have?  Well take a look for yourself and enjoy the fun videos of both men and womens eyewear styles through the decades!  Read more
  • The Cons of Online Glasses...What you should know!
    Ever buy online glasses and wonder if you're doing the right thing for your eyes? Sure, you will spend 20 bucks and save money, but there's a reason why my Read more
  • Managing Diabetes and Vision Health
    Nearly one in ten people is estimated to have diabetes, according to a 2014 report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.The disease is related to problems in all areas Read more
  • Eye Strategies for our Digital Lifestyles
    Author: Dr. Kaeleen FransonWork and school are now in full swing as we enter in to these fall months and that means we are spending even more time using our Read more
  • Concussion and your vision!
    Vision disturbances after a concussion are very common. Vision is so easily affected that a simple visual test is being used in professional sports to determine if a player should Read more
  • It's Sports Vision Month - Defend Their Eyes!
    It's Sports Vision Month - Defend Their Eyes!Shin guards for soccer, shoulder pads for football, and batting helmets for baseball and softball. Almost every sport has its own unique safety equipment, Read more
  • Don't forget your Child's Back to School Eye Exam
    An eye exam may be the last thing on your mind in the rush to get your children ready to go back to school.But in reality, no amount of new Read more
  • Our Childrens Vision Campaign!
    Our Childrens Vision Campaign!When a child can see clearly they can achieve some pretty amazing things. We want children to be able to learn to their full potential and experience Read more

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