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Your eyes are a part of your body so maintaing healthy habits that protect your body promotes healthy eyesight. Seeing clearly is just one part of your overall eye health. It is still important to get a eye exam done even if you don’t need vision correction. Find out all about eye exams on our website.

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The sun emits harmful UV rays which can damage your sight. It is important to use quality sun wear to protect your eyes from harmful UVA and UVB rays. Take a look at our website to discover the best way to protect your eyes from the sun's harmful glare.

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If you are a contact lens patient it is vital to stick to the replacement schedule your optician determines for you. Find out more about contact lenses on our website.

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Sports eye injuries can happen anywhere. The best way to prevent them is to ensure that your eyes are protected. Find out the best ways to protect your eyes while playing sports on our website.
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Did you know that having diabetes puts you at risk for vision loss? Diabetic retinopathy, damage to the retina caused by diabetes, develops when abnormal blood vessels in the eye begin to leak fluid, oil and small amounts of blood into the retina. This can eventually lead to loss of vision. Read more about this condition on our website.

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20/20 vision is the term used to indicate the clarity and sharpness of your vision measured at a distance of 20 feet. If you have 20/20 vision, you can clearly see at 20 feet what is normally seen at that distance. If you have 20/100 vision, it means that you need to be as close as 20 feet to see what a person with normal vision can see at 100 feet. Read more about eye exams on our website.

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Strabismus is the lack of coordination between both eyes which can result in either one or both eyes turning out, up, in or down. It is often referred to as "cross eyes". Discover more about this condition on our website.

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Multifocal lenses feature an intermediate or transition region that allows your eyes to focus between near and far distances. Find out more about contact lenses on our website.

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For the first time ever, researchers print eye cells. The first step towards being able to 3D print an artificial eye for a human.

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Eye and head tracking will soon be another way that we will interact with our mobile devices. #Eye

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