6 Tips for Wearing Contacts in Cold Weather

Every season comes with its fair share of excitement—and a few challenges too. Winter is no different! Fortunately, you can prepare to conquer the chilliest months of the year with these helpful tips for wearing contacts in cold weather. Turn Away From the Fire Sitting around flickering fires is a…

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Staff Spotlight: Erin Fulgham

We're introducing you to someone new this holiday season! Meet Erin Fulgham, who joined the Philadelphia Eye Care staff earlier this year. Tell us about your family. I have been married to my husband, Tristin, for one year. We live in Noxapater with our dog, Romeo. What do you do…

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5 Cooking Safety Tips for Your Eyes

Can it just be turkey time already? Or stuffing time, or mashed potato time, or pumpkin pie time, or—you get the point. We’re all excited for Thanksgiving dinner, but we may not be prepared for less-than-perfect moments in the kitchen. Look after yourself by following these cooking safety tips for…

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8 Ways That Your Vision Changes as You Age

What’s the phrase? Ah yes: new year, new you! This expression may be truer than we realize. How you see the world transforms over time. Read on to learn more about the ways that your vision changes as you age. You May Experience Dry Eyes Do your eyes still feel…

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Halloween Eye Safety: Here’s What You Should Know

Keeping a flashlight and cellphone handy. Watching out for cars along the road. Sticking with a buddy. We all know the general safety basics expected on October 31. Still, many of us may not know enough about Halloween eye safety. Learning more about this topic can save your vision—so ditch…

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7 Fall Activities that Require Eye Protection

The calendars don’t lie—it’s finally autumn! Fires, football, and fresh air are all on the horizon. As you plan for them, remember that they’re also fall activities that require eye protection. A season without safety is scarier than Halloween, so don’t forget to look after your vision. Going to School…

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Staff Spotlight: Kristen Peach

Meet our latest Staff Spotlight--Kristen Peach! Kristen has been such a great addition to our team at Crigler Family Vision Center. Our doctors get compliments about Kristen on a daily basis! Q: What do you do at Crigler Family Vision? A: I am an optometric technician with three years of…

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Face Masks and Glasses: How to Prevent Fogging

Face masks and glasses—they’re both necessities for many people, but they sure don’t like to work together. If you’ve had trouble trying to make the two of them get along, don’t worry—we know just how to make them the best of buddies. Read on to find out how you can…

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8 Signs It’s Time to Update Your Vision Prescription

Life right now seems to just get busier and busier! While we focus on things like getting the kids back to school, keeping the house in order, and working the daily shifts, other important tasks can completely skip our minds. That includes scheduling an eye exam! If you’ve observed any…

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Staff Spotlight: Pamela Walker

September's on the calendar, and so is our latest Staff Spotlight! Meet Pamela Walker, who works here in our Starkville office. We are happy to share that Pamela has three-plus years of experience in her field and is a great asset to Crigler Family Vision Center! Q: What do you…

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