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Did you know? Being on your phone late at night will disrupt your natural sleep patterns. Check out apps like Night Shift for iPhone and Twilight for Android, which are designed to give your digital devices a red-orange filter to help protect your eyes from #BlueLight. http://bit.ly/2dZsmuH
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Ever wonder about that strange mask device you look through during an eye exam? It's part of the refraction assessment and helps eye doctors determine your need for eyewear and your prescription strength. Get more facts here: http://nyti.ms/2e5vpAM
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Some eye diseases or conditions like Amblyopia (lazy eye), Ptosis (drooping upper eyelid) or Conjunctivitis (pink eye) can negatively affect a child's ability to see. Talk with us if you suspect your child may have one of these problems. http://bit.ly/2dSpFv9
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Soft-lens contacts are so thin, it can be difficult to tell if they're inside out. Here are some ways to check! http://bit.ly/1fdXuu6
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Did you know? Custom-made reading glasses are better for your eyes than pre-fabricated options. Learn why here: http://bit.ly/1IJbMa3
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It only takes your eye 1/10th of a second to blink! That would explain where the idiom in the blink of an eye comes from. http://bit.ly/2jfVfnE
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Did you know? Glaucoma has no initial warning signs! The best way to ensure your eyes are healthy is to get comprehensive eye exams that check the pressure and optic nerve health of your eyes. http://bit.ly/2e2IaNC
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If computer work gives you dry eyes, put a note on your screen that says "blink" as a reminder to keep blinking! http://bit.ly/2digvTx
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Q: I have my diabetes under control. Do I really need the annual dilated eye exam? A: Yes! Part of managing diabetes is making sure your eyes are routinely checked for any changes. Schedule a comprehensive dilated eye exam to ensure eye health.
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Did you know that children can get cataracts, too? Congenital cataracts are either present at birth or can develop shortly after. http://bit.ly/2cW2aet
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