If you're the parent of a strong-willed preschooler, you may sometimes long for the infant years when each request to your child wasn't seemingly met with a temper tantrum or smug defiance. For parents of children who have vision problems, the mere thought of cajoling (or forcing) your child to wear his or her glasses on a daily basis may be exhausting -- especially if these glasses are bifocals that are necessary for the healthy development of your child's eyes and vision.
Your eyes let you see and embrace the world around you, so it's important to do all that you can to keep them in top health. One way to achieve that is by providing your body with the nutrients it needs to keep your eyes in good shape. Here's a look at four eye-friendly vitamins and minerals that you want to ensure are included in your diet. Vitamin A Vitamin A is perhaps the best known eye-friendly vitamin.
If you have begun to suffer from a condition called presbyopia, you are essentially farsighted and nearsighted at the same time. Your brain probably can't acclimate itself to multifocal or "progressive" lenses, so traditional bifocals it is -- or is it? If an ordinary pair of glass or plastic bifocals doesn't suit your occupation, lifestyle or everyday needs, here are five fascinating alternatives to look at. 1. Bifocal Safety Eyewear