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On this segment, we’re talking about ways to prepare your kids for success as they head back to school! Speaking of, did you know that one out of four children needs a form of vision correction? Get ready as The Balancing Act introduces you to one online retailer that makes affordable and stylish glasses for kids.

Zenni provides thousands of frames to choose from, some of which start as low as $6.95. The company’s user-friendly website makes it quick and easy to find the right style and fit.

Watch as children’s stylist Carrie Greenberg sits down with Laura Morse and her son Noah to demonstrate how Zenni’s line of frames are great for toddlers, kids, and pre-teens. Zenni offers styles for men, women, and kids in progressive, bifocals, clip-on sets, sport frame, goggles, and non-prescription sunglasses. They even have a line of UV blue blocker lenses to protect eyes from prolonged exposure to harmful light. Stay tuned to learn more!

The Eversense is changing the game for people living with diabetes. This particular device is the first and only long-term CGM that lasts up to 90 days and is placed in your arm.

The Balancing Act returns with an all-new episode covering the latest on Broadway as well as a cutting-edge device improving the lives of those with type 1 diabetes.

On this edition of The Balancing Act, we're diving into fashion, travel, and the importance of taking control of your health. 

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