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Beach Eye Medical Group
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Here’s what you need to know about choosing your #sunglasses this #spring.
Stop by to see our great selection of sunglasses and #frames! http://ow.ly/gIK630jEVPk
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April is Sports Eye Safety Month! Make sure you protect your eyes. A good pair of protective eyewear is an essential part of every athlete’s uniform!
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Instead of pursuing surgery for a torn rotator cuff and missing the entire season, #Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffrey elected to use Physical Therapy. The outcome? Jeffrey was able to help his team win their first Super Bowl in team history! http://ow.ly/wRWh30jBlKE
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The ear-eye connection may be stronger than we know: When Your Eyes Move So Do Your Eardrums?!!! http://ow.ly/9aYA30jA4gy
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Loneliness and social isolation can have detrimental effects on older adults and lead to depression and physical illness. Number three on the list of 9 ways to avoid isolation are hearing and vision tests.
Read all nine suggestions at: http://ow.ly/p4tW30jyTe9
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These turkey and mango orange pepper boats are a great snack or hors d'oeuvre to eat your way to better eyesight; Including orange peppers in your diet helps nourish your macula and protect your eyes from blue light. http://ow.ly/tkd930jxEbs
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If your child shows any of these signs, don’t panic, but do give us a call! http://ow.ly/nDXX30jsAVK
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Happy Friday!
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Did you know that women are more likely to develop eye issues, vision problems, and blindness? In honor of Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month here are five tips for optimal eye health and safety:
1. Throw away expired makeup and old brushes. This can avoid infections and eye irritation.
2. Always wear sunglasses. Protect your eyes from harmful UV radiation from the sun- even in the winter.
3. Eat a healthy diet rich in leafy greens and exercise regularly. Nutrition and exercise can have a tremendous impact on your eye health and your overall health. Oh, and stop smoking!
4. Know your risk factors. It’s important to know about common eye diseases and which ones you are at risk for. Make sure you know your family history especially if there are diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma or diabetes in the family.
5. Schedule regular eye exams. Regular eye exams lead to overall eye health, great vision and early detection and treatment of disease - which can save your vision.
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