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UV and Your Eyes

THE WEEKLY VIEW Mountain View Eye Center’s Weekly Blog UV and Your Eyes UV rays are present year round, however, as we approach summer and our days get longer, we are exposed to increasing amounts of UV radiation. You are used to wearing sunscreen to protect your skin from UV damage, but have you thought […]


The Eyewear Guide

  THE WEEKLY VIEW Mountain View Eye Center’s Weekly Blog The Eyewear Guide A comprehensive guide to frame and lens selection. With so many options to choose from, buying glasses can seem like an overwhelming task. In this blog, we’ll go over what your options are, what our opticians recommend, and why you should use […]


Blue Light and Your Eyes

  THE WEEKLY VIEW Mountain View Eye Center’s Weekly Blog Blue Light and Your Eyes Blue light has been receiving a lot of attention lately. You may have seen ads for blue light filtering eye wear online, or perhaps you have heard about blue light protection from your eye doctor or optician. But what does […]


Coronavirus and Your Eyes

THE WEEKLY VIEW Mountain View Eye Center’s Weekly Blog The Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has many of us nervous about face to face interaction with others, including visits to the doctor. Mountain View Eye Center understands these concerns, and we have taken many steps to ensure the safety and well-being of our staff and patients. In […]


Children’s Eye Health and Safety

This August as our children head back to school, we can all use a reminder of the importance of screening their vision. Many kids will struggle with reading, classwork, or attention to the teachers’ lessons, and sometimes the explanation may be far simpler than a learning disorder. Maybe they just can’t see very well. Kids […]


Bike for Sight to Cure Blindness

There are approximately 40 million people blind worldwide. Cataracts are the cause of nearly half of this blindness. For just $25, you can help someone in the developing world see again. It’s as easy as riding a bike. Bike for Sight is an annual charity bike riding event. The money we raise through rider registration […]


Change your mood, change your color

The iris is the part of the eye that carries the color. It is a muscle that expands and contracts to control the size of the pupil. The pupil gets bigger in low light and smaller in bright light. It also changes shape based on what you are doing, shrinking when you are doing close […]


Eye Health

Was Your Mom Right About Eating Your Carrots?

Since you were little, your Mom told you to eat your carrots. “They’ll help you see better,” she said. Is this true? Can you get Superman’s x-ray vision simply by eating enough carrots to make you feel like a character from Beatrix Potter? Although not directly correlated to improved vision chart success, the overall answer […]


The Science Behind Your Eye Color

Human eye color has always been fascinating and mysterious. Babies are usually born with blue eyes. Those mostly change within the first three years to other colors. Some people have different colored eyes; they were celebrated back in July with “Different Colored Eyes Day.” Some emotions can cause the color of the eyes to change, […]


Why People See Things That Aren’t There

You’ve seen the news stories — a woman in Kentucky sees the image of Jesus in her Velveeta, the Lock Ness Monster shows his head in Scotland, or an ad has some sinister image in the background. The most recent case came over the first weekend of August where people saw a living crab on… […]


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Children’s Eye Health and Safety   August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety month! In this blog, we’ll discuss the importance of early eye care for kids, and the best ways to keep your child's eyes safe and healthy. Vision ...Read More »

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