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Blue Ridge Eye Care Associates
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Q: Why do #optometrists live long lives? A: They di-late! #opticaljokes #eyehumor
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Learn how to keep your #eyes healthy via @raconteur: http://bit.ly/2dNWaq2
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Everyone is at risk for #glaucoma, from babies to senior citizens. Older people are at a higher risk for glaucoma, but babies can be born with glaucoma. http://bit.ly/2dSbCSH
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#DidYouKnow dry eyes can be linked to #hypothyroidism. If your eyes are puffy or slightly bulging, talk to your doctor. http://bit.ly/1th5Z4I
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What the three blind mice would'nt do for routine eye exams in this #IsletsofHumor cartoon by Theresa Garnero! #opticaljokes #eyehumor http://bit.ly/2dV8pBp
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#DidYouKnow dark chocolate contains flavonoids and vitamins that support #eye health. Like we needed another excuse to eat more #chocolate! http://bit.ly/2e6cl5e
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Gaming eyewear has two distinctive qualities: 1) they enhance performance, their yellow tint increases contrast and highlights more detail, in addition to reducing glare from your computer screen, and 2) they add an extra layer of protection‹their yellow tint also shields your eyes from artificial blue light and helps prevent computer eye strain due to extended hours spent in front of a digital device. Read more FAQs here: http://bit.ly/2d7WPRB
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#DidYouKnow dry eyes and #menopause sometimes go hand-in-hand. Talk with your eye doctor about treatment if you have symptoms of #DryEye. http://bit.ly/1OaJ3L6
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You may be at an increased risk for age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) if you are older than 50, have a family history of AMD, or if you smoke. A healthy lifestyle and routine dilated eye exams can help with prevention. http://bit.ly/2eo6wAf
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Sunlight can be just as damaging to your eyes as it is to your skin! Cumulative exposure can lead to cataracts, macular degeneration, and pterygium. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1BjSUMy
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