Goggles help prevent transmission of disease by particles coughed or sneezed into your eyes. They also prevent you from accidentally rubbing your eyes with your hands that may have come into contact with contaminated materials. Goggles that fog up (and have to be removed so that you can see) offer less protection than side-vented goggles that avoid fogging.
Eye Protection may also be important for use during some of the more advanced science labs.
These goggles are perfect for eye protection. They have a clear lens, an adjustable head strap, and indirect vents that keep them from fogging. They fit any face, including Lucy’s (Michael’s 22 month old daughter).