Home Eye Safety Month

October is designated by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, as well as the organization “Prevent Blindness America”, as Home Eye Safety Month. Such a sponsorship supports the awareness of something all of us in eye care know to be true: eye accidents can very easily happen at

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Get iLASIK and Help Out a Cause

When you no longer need your glasses, what do you do with them? Toss them in a junk drawer? September is National Self-Improvement Month. Do a double self-improvement by improving your vision with iLASIK Procedure and joining a good cause. Did you know Lions Club International has

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National Eye Exam Month

August is National Eye Exam Month! It’s National Eye Exam Month, a perfect time to schedule you and your family’s eye exam. Many eye problems and diseases have minimal or no signs of symptoms so it is important to have your eyes looked at regularly by a

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The Eye and Nutrition

Here at Bonner Eye Clinic, we know that achieving overall health and well-being is vital to the health of the eyes as well. It is a well-known fact that a well-balanced diet plays an extremely important role not only in maintaining the body in good health, but

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iLASIK Good for Minnesota Grads

Did you know that college grads are great candidates for the iLasik procedure? A person’s vision typically stabilizes in their early 20s, the perfect time to begin considering laser vision correction. And after just a few years, the iLASIK procedure becomes less expensive than wearing contact lenses

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Blue Jean Day at Bonner Eye Clinic

Did you know the doctors and employees at Bonner Eye Clinic in Grand Rapids and Hibbing care about your local communities’ non-profit organizations and eye health charities? Every month, Bonner Eye clinic employees participate in a “Jean Day Friday”. For a minimum donation of $5.00 per person,

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April is Sjogren’s Awareness

The Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation has named April as “Sjogren’s Awareness Month”. Many people aren’t aware of what Sjogren’s (pronounced “SHOW-grins”) syndrome is. Named after the Swedish physician, Dr. Henrik Sjogren, this chronic autoimmune disease causes white blood cells to attack and damage the moisture-producing glands in a

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