When employees don’t feel well and miss work, business operations can suffer. Dental, vision and hearing benefits can help keep workers healthy. Dental health Sometimes people put off dealing with tooth pain, hoping it will go away. Unfortunately, the pain may be a symptom of decay or other oral problems. If the pain gets intense, … Read Full Article
Your vision affects nearly everything you do each day, but it is easy to take it for granted.
Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world. They occur naturally with age, clouding the eye’s lens. However, medical experts report that a healthy diet can help prevent or slow the progression of cataracts. Real food, not supplements Fluid inside the eye contains a vitamin C-like substance that protects and controls oxidation that … Read Full Article
The Zika virus spreads through a bite of an infected mosquito from the Aedes species. Although few people exhibit any noticeable physical symptoms of the disease, health experts believe infected adults and children born with Zika may experience vision problems. Background Zika originally was discovered in 1947 in monkeys living in the Zika Forest … Read Full Article
How many hours do you spend each day staring at digital devices? Researchers at the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York report that Americans are exhausting their eyes because of too much screen time, which can cause vision problems. The Vision Council surveyed 9,700 adults about the number of hours they spend daily on … Read Full Article
More employees are requesting vision benefits. As employees spend more time using digital devices, many are experiencing problems with eyestrain and fatigue. They also are interested in maintaining good vision health and purchasing prescription eyeglasses or contacts in the latest styles. Consider four reasons why employers should provide vision coverage: 1. Productivity – Vision experts report … Read Full Article
Eye strain is becoming a significant health concern for American workers. The Vision Council states that about 90 percent of adults spend more than two hours daily using computers and digital devices, and 60 percent do so for five or more hours. And these individuals are complaining of a range of vision and physical problems. … Read Full Article
Source: Leader’s Edge October 2015
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Roseanne Barr’s recent announcement that she’s losing her vision and going blind due to glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration surprised many people. Millions of Americans are losing their sight due to eye diseases, but few recognize the signs. As people age, the risk for eye diseases increases. But scheduling eye exams every two years can … Read Full Article
Researchers have developed new technology to enhance vision in a variety of situations. Review four of the latest high-tech advancements.