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Tri-State Vision Center
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Do you have #DryEye? Make an appointment with us! In the meantime, here are some tips that can help: http://bit.ly/2fCTkJg

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The colder weather brings lots of tasty coffee and hot cocoa flavors, but don't forget to continue to drink lots of water. Insufficient water intake can dehydrate your body, and a dehydrated body could mean dry eyes. Eye-related symptoms of dehydration include redness, dryness and puffy eyelids. http://bit.ly/2dVKOEn

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In the US, legal blindness is 20/200 or less central visual acuity in the better eye with best possible correction. That's like seeing an object at 20 feet with the same clarity as someone with perfect vision seeing the object at 200 feet. Most people who are legally blind can still see some, but with very little to no clarity. http://bit.ly/1Uga9nE

Ever heard of the tonometry test? When checking for #glaucoma in patients, optometrists will use this simple and pain-free procedure to check the fluid pressure inside your eye. Schedule a test with your eye doctor today!

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If you have symptoms of macular degeneration like in this video, talk to your eye doctor right away! #MD http://bit.ly/1TBeNKj

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The Applanation Tonometry machine looks scary, but it's a painless way to test for #glaucoma: http://bit.ly/2dB09GT

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We had a good laugh over this @SightGags #cartoon by Scott Lee, O.D.! http://bit.ly/2dxHTP0

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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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Myth: If parents suffer from #vision problems, their children will, too. Fact: Unfortunately, this one is sometimes true. Many eye problems are genetic, but as with all genetic problems, inheritance is not guaranteed. http://cle.clinic/1sXRofK

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Knowing you and your family's health history helps your eye doctor make informative decisions about your eye care, because general health problems, medications, and environmental factors may all contribute to eye health problems. http://bit.ly/2dOFKC4
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