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Rubbing your eyes can mean many things. You might have an eye infection, allergies, or another health condition. Eye rubbing might also be a reflex or habit. You should avoid rubbing your eyes because you can damage them if you rub too hard or too often! #readmore https://buff.ly/2IzkBqR
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Did you already know these seven facts about cataracts? Check them out!
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Most beauty trends come and go, but a select few — like lipstick and long eyelashes — have stood the test of time and are likely here to stay. Eyelash extensions are a growing trend and have gotten a fair share of publicity in recent years. But are they safe? Read more! https://buff.ly/2xWzJdH
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When you think of the damage the sun can do, your first thought may be of the ultraviolet (UV) radiation that can burn your skin, increasing your risk of skin cancer. But the sun can harm your eyes as well.
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Uveitis is a general term describing a group of inflammatory diseases that produce swelling and destroy eye tissues. These diseases can slightly reduce vision or lead to severe vision loss. https://buff.ly/2Qpk5hK
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Eyeglasses that claim to filter out blue light from computers, smartphones and tablets are becoming increasingly popular. Are they worth it? Click the link to find out!
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Here are several classic optical illusions and the reasons why they continue to fool people to this day!
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Is your sleep schedule effecting your eye health? #eyehealth
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Make sure you are incorporating healthy foods into your diet to keep your vision sharp & your eyes healthy!
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Myopia occurs when the eye grows too long from front to back. Instead of focusing images on the retina—the light-sensitive tissue in the back of the eye—the lens of the eye focuses the image in front of the retina. Click the link to learn more! https://buff.ly/2s8e1Ql
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