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  • Why are So Many Babies Born with Blue Eyes?

    Have you ever wondered why so many babies are born with blue eyes, only for their eyes to change colors as they grow? Even if both mom and dad have brown eyes, the baby will be born with clear, blue irises (the colored part of the eye). According to Norman Saffra, Chairman of Ophthalmology at […]

    Continue Reading March 27, 2014

  • Stages of Baby Vision Development

    A child’s vision rapidly develops during the first 12-24 months of their life. At birth, babies cannot see as well as older children or adults since their eyes and visual systems are not fully developed. As you think about your child’s vision and development, consider these milestones as a guideline… but, remember, every child is […]

    Continue Reading February 13, 2014