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Most people develop a slight cataract in one or both eyes by age 60. An annual eye exam is recommended for people over age 60 to measure eyesight and evaluate overall eye health. Ask your eye doctor for more information on cataracts during your annual eye exam. http://bit.ly/2dOkTii
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Did you know? Roughly 11 million Americans suffer some form of age-related macular degeneration and the number is suspected to double by the year 2050.
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Just like accessories, #glasses have form and function, in addition to providing necessary vision enhancement. We can help you find stylish lenses that fit in with your work, life and hobbies!
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Did you know? Your eyes can focus on 50 different things each second.
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Diabetic eye disease is a number of eye conditions associated with diabetes. Oftentimes, this disease progresses with few warning signs until vision loss occurs. http://bit.ly/2i87th4
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Seeing is a gift that you do not want to lose. Be sure to schedule a routine eye exam to ensure your eyes stay healthy!
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Did you know? Glaucoma runs in families! Having a blood relative with glaucoma increases your risk of developing it yourself. Routine eye exams can catch signs early! http://bit.ly/2k1ean5
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Eyeglasses or contact lenses prescribed for general use may not be adequate for computer work. Lenses with specific designs, strengths, tints or coatings may be prescribed to meet the unique visual demands of computer viewing and help maximize visual abilities and comfort. http://bit.ly/2dREH2D
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Staying healthy isn't always easy, but following these three steps help maintain healthy vision.
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What is macular degeneration? Watch this video to learn more. http://bit.ly/1DsjYEN
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