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Optometrist sets out vision for eye care in 2017

An independent optometrist has shared five resolutions we can all make to keep our eyes healthy in 2017. Alex Gage, who owns two Sheffield optometry practices, has drawn out the guidelines to remind people how important it is to pay attention to the condition of their eyes as the new year heralds a focus on […]

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We marked 20 years in business by recreating iconic photo

Here’s the story of how it came about… Twenty years ago, Alex Gage Family Optometrist opened the doors to its Woodseats practice on Chesterfield Road for the first time and to mark the anniversary, the owner has recreated a picture taken at the opening event. Alex Gage made contact with the girl, Catherine Wort, who […]

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Halloween warning about novelty contact lenses

The dangers of wearing novelty contact lenses has been highlighted by the British Contact Lens Association as Halloween approaches. In recent years, novelty contact lenses have become a key component to thousands of party-goers’ costumes, with sales escalating around Halloween. Attributing the popularity of coloured contact lenses to television and film franchisees such as Twilight, […]

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Teenager eyeing up family optometry tradition

We’re thrilled that our daughter, Emma has gone to Cardiff University to follow in our footsteps and study Optometry. Here’s her story.. A student from Sheffield is looking to follow in the footsteps of her parents as she starts her studies to become a fully qualified optometrist. Emma Gage, whose parents own and run Alex […]

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Here’s some advice for hayfever sufferers

As the hayfever season is nearing its peak, with oilseed rape causing misery to many, a family optometrist is offering expert advice on how to care for your eyes. Hayfever can be of particular nuisance to contact lens and glasses wearers who may develop itchy, sore and red eyes as pollen counts rise. According to […]

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Parents advised of 3D warning signs for children’s vision

With the 3D version of the children’s classic, The Jungle Book, just launched, we’d like to urge parents to ensure that children have regular eye examinations and to share this video from the Association of Optometrists [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGKvNIL5H7A?rel=0&w=560&h=315]

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Why Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month is Important to Everyone

Prevent Blindness America (PBA) has designated April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month in an effort to educate women about the steps they can take today to help preserve vision in the future. Of the 4.1 million Americans age 40 and older who are visually impaired or blind, 2.6 million are women. Here’s a […]

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