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St Patrick's Day 2018 - A Little History, A Lot of Fashion

St Patrick's Day 2018 A Little History When I was young I could have sworn St Patrick's Day was just an excuse to pinch people if they didn't wear green. An excuse to be just a little mean to your "frienamies". Of course, the day has a historical significance. Turns out St Patrick is not a [...]

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So you've got Cornea Damage, Now What?

So you've got Cornea Damage, now what?Cornea damage can occur in a variety of ways. Most of the time, you'll damage your eye and you won't even remember how. Damage to your cornea can be caused by a simple dry eye, some dust or dirt in your eye, or rubbing your eye the wrong [...]

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Rose Glasses and the Effects of Seeing Through Them

Rose Glasses and the Effects of Seeing Through ThemThe idiom of "seeing through rose colored glasses" is often used in a negative way. People who are described as such are often seen as too positive and seeing the glass half full at all times. These people are often seen as dreamers who can't see life [...]

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Holiday Gift Guide

..FOR FUN                                               The holiday season is upon us and if you're anything like us, we like to give unusual and funny gifts to our loved ones. Check out our gift guide below for [...]

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Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses If you thought that wearing contact lenses would deter your eyes from needing reading glasses, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but that is not the case.  There are many people out there who wear contacts and carry a pair of readers with them. Even people who've had lazik eye surgery can't run away [...]

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Blue Light Reading Glasses

Blue LightThe other day I had a customer call in asking about Blue Light Blocking Reading Glasses. There is a huge buzz going around where blue light is concerned. Blue light is everywhere! After all, the sun emits most of it. The big concern of our modern day is manmade blue light. This comes in the form of [...]

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Preparing for a Natural Disaster

In the aftermath of hurricane Harvey, Floridians are making sure Irma doesn't take us by surprise. Although Florida is used to being slammed by rain and intense wind, we haven't had a catastrophe of massive proportion in a very long time. This made me think of ways my family and I could prepare in case something [...]

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Solar Eclipse 2017

We are gearing up for the solar eclipse next week. The team will be in Nashville Tennessee in one of the spots of the path of totality. AmericanReadingGlasses.com will be streaming the event live as it happens on our Facebook page. Make sure to prep for the event.If you're in the path of totality, your town is most likely [...]

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Welcome August Back to School

Welcome to August!One of the best months on the calendar is August. I don’t know about you, but I love buying school and office supplies. Everything is on sale to prepare you for returning to the grind. The temperature starts to cool off, and fall fashion makes a comeback. Here at www.AmericanReadingGlasses.com we are preparing our [...]

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The History Of Eye Wear

It's been a bit since we've written a blog post. They'll be more frequent, we promise. For now, enjoy this really neat graphic we found from a great UK supplier. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for fun updates & coupons! www.AmericanReadingGlasses.com  by OpticalExpress. From Visually.

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