Kids and Contacts: When is the Time Right?
The number of children being fit with contact lenses has increased in the past few years at a considerable rate. However, as a practitioner, you need to be cautious when fitting children. READ MORE>>
PHARMACEUTICALS: Contact Lens Care Becomes Child Friendly
Once you decide to fit a child with contact lenses, a discussion about the care regimen and patient education becomes essential. Multipurpose and hydrogen peroxide-based systems can help children become some of your most compliant patients. READ MORE>>

At Optometry’s Meeting in Denver last month, the American Optometric Association (AOA) swore in its new president, Samuel D. Pierce, OD, and other officers. Read More
In other news from Denver, Joseph Mallinger, OD, MBA, FAAO, received the AOA’s Distinguished Service Award. He shares some thoughts on volunteerism and discusses a new venture, Healthy Eyes Advantage. Read More
This summer, Think About Your Eyes will focus on educating parents about the importance of an annual eye exam for children, both for performance in school and overall vision health. Read More