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Fit Food & Vitamins for Your Vision

February 14, 2018

A new year is here and many of us are thinking of ways to stay fit by means of exercise and healthy eating. We can also improve our vision health by eating better and getting the right amount of vitamins daily. There are several foods we eat every day that can improve your overall eye […]


7 Things You Could Do To Avoid Eye Strain At Your Desk Job

January 23, 2018

1. Sitting too close to your computer screen, Obvious right? We do this without realizing it, but staring at a screen so close can result in eye fatigue, dryness and blurry vision. Staring closely at the screen, tires out our ciliary muscle which controls the eye lens to focus. 2. Out with the old in […]


Alleviate Dry Eyes During The Fall

December 6, 2017

As the leaves change colors and fall quickly approaches, the air gets drier causing the eyes to dry out. Dry eye’s is a common condition that is suffered by many people around the world. One of the main causes of Dry Eye is Meibomian Gland Dysfunction. Meibomian gland dysfunction causes a blockage of your meibomian […]


9 Brain Foods to Power You Through The Day

November 3, 2017

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Studies have shown that fueling the brain in the morning helps you think, act and learn. Being alert and awake in the morning can often be difficult without a little boost, but incorporating these foods in your diet with give you the brain power and nutrients […]


I-BRITE® Eye Whitening Treatment and Recovery

October 11, 2017

Image is everything, in today’s “image ridden” world we are always looking for ways to improve ourselves just a little more. If you are suffering from bloodshot, brown spots, or notice yellowing of the eye, you may be a candidate for our I-BRITE®   procedure. This procedure pioneered by Dr. Brian, is a 100% no-stich procedure […]


Back To School Eye Care Tips for Kids

September 14, 2017

With kids busy running to class, staring endlessly at computer screens, studying or training hard for their school’s athletics program, thinking about maintaining good eye health and safety may not be a top priority in their minds. By taking the time to teach them a few important safety tips, parents can ensure their kids will […]


6 Foods That Contain Vitamins For Your Eyes

July 26, 2017

Below is a list of Green Lutein filled food known for protecting eye health. Next time you are at the grocery store remember to incorporate these into your diet! 1. Kale 1 cup raw Kale is beneficial to prevent cataracts and macular degeneration. Kale contains lutein and zeaxanthin which strengthen the retina. Out of all […]


Why Do I Have Dark Circles Under My Eyes?

June 5, 2017

Most women can agree that having dark circles under their eyes is one of their main beauty insecurities. It’s no secret the “panda eyes” do not just come from lack of sleep. Diet, sun exposure, allergies, heredity, contact dermatitis, eczema and thinning of the skin related are all common causes of dark under eye circles. […]


7 Healthy Foods Beyond Carrots for Healthy Eyes

May 31, 2017

You have likely heard of degenerative diseases such as cataracts, keratoconus and macular degeneration. For preventative measures, I am sure you know salmon is good for your heart and oatmeal for your cholesterol, but did you know that certain foods (other than carrots) can also improve your eye health? According to a studyby the National […]


Brian & Selina Boxer Wachler Talk About Helping the Homeless

May 29, 2017

Brian & Selina Boxer Wachler talk with Max Flowertv about their involvement in the community. They support the foundation “Giving Vision”, which helps children who cannot afford proper services or eyeglasses to improve their vision. They also are helping the homeless, with the foundation “Homeless not Sock-less”, which provides homeless people with socks.