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Category: Vision Tips

May is Healthy Vision Month

Are Your Eyes Healthy? You might think that you have great vision and healthy eyes, but did you know that several eye diseases such as glaucoma don’t have symptoms? Cargo Eye Care has the latest, state-of-the-art technology that can detect early signs of eye diseases. This is why scheduling an annual comprehensive eye exam is… Read More


April is Sports Eye Safety Month

Cargo Eye Care Has Your Athlete Covered According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, more than 40 percent of eye injuries that occur every year are related to sports or recreational activities. Basketball, baseball and softball accounted for almost half of all those injuries. If you’ve ever played basketball, you might not be surprised to… Read More


Can you Recognize Your Own Dry Eye Symptoms?

(and why you should leave diagnosis to the experts) Short answer: Yes, if you have Dry Eye, you’re probably going to recognize (and feel) some of the more common symptoms. Just don’t self-diagnose! We’ve all done it. We’ve Googled our symptoms and made a self-diagnosis. Many a head cold has been deemed the flu, and… Read More


Pediatric Myopia Management at Cargo Eye Care

Everything you need to know about myopia and how to protect your child’s eye health Myopia, commonly called nearsightedness, is a visual condition that causes poor long-distance vision. In other words, close-up objects are clear, but far-away ones are blurry. It’s important to talk about this condition because it is on the rise across the… Read More


Convincing Your Child That Glasses Rule

Wearing glasses for the first time can be a difficult adjustment for any child. Being able to see clearly might not always seem worth it to them compared to how strange the glasses feel on their nose and ears or what their peers think, so what can you do as a parent to help them… Read More


Advantages of Buying Glasses at Your Eye Doctor

It’s Time to Reconsider Buying Glasses Online We’re in an era of buying everything online. Even things that people said would never make sense to buy online are becoming commonplace. Trying on clothes in the store has been replaced with great online return policies, finding the right firmness of mattress has been replaced with glitzy… Read More


Smart Contact Lenses?

Smart Contact Lenses? It wasn’t so long ago that the idea of a smart contact lens seemed like the stuff of science fiction, but it’s pretty close to becoming science fact. What exactly are smart contact lenses, and what would they be for? Let’s take a look at a few of the different possibilities we… Read More


Warning Signs Of Child Vision Problems

Warning Signs Of Child Vision Problems An estimated 60 percent of children with learning difficulties have undiagnosed vision problems, and 80 percent of learning is visual. This puts these children at a serious disadvantage in their education and their social development. So what can we do as parents to make sure this doesn’t happen to our children?… Read More


Vision And Night Driving

Vision And Night Driving Nights are long in the winter, and that means fewer hours of daylight for our morning and evening commutes. Many of us feel safer driving during the day, particularly if our eyesight isn’t perfect. The dangers of night driving are very real, and we should all be taking them seriously, because… Read More


When To Schedule An Eye Exam

When To Schedule An Eye Exam How long has it been since your last eye exam? A year? Two? Longer? How often should we be scheduling our eye exams, and what are some good reasons to come in between regular appointments? If you aren’t sure, then you’ve come to the right place, because we’re here… Read More