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Eye Care Group of Southern Oregon, PC
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Of the estimated 61 million adults in the U.S. at high risk for serious vision loss, surprisingly only half visited their eye doctor.

https://thinkaboutyoureyes.com/articles/eye-exams-and-health/why-are-eye-exams-importanor in the last 12 months.
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The Eye Care Group office will be closing at 1pm on Monday the 31st and will reopen on Wednesday - January 2, 2019!!
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Because cataracts are age-related, over 50% of Americans have them or will have had cataract surgery by age 80. http://bit.ly/2dN6wW5
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Did you know? Blurry vision is one of the first warning signs of diabetes. Don't wait to make an eye appointment! http://bit.ly/1WoKYBu
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Smoking, poor diet, lack of exercise, and high blood pressure all increase your risk of developing macular degeneration. A healthy lifestyle could prevent vision loss! http://bit.ly/2jDxC8r
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Allergies are usually hereditary. If you suffer from eye allergies, you may find common supporters within your family! http://bit.ly/2dvpTZ
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Be sure to follow your eye care professional's instructions for wearing decorative contact lenses this Halloween! It is illegal to purchase colored lenses without a prescription. http://bit.ly/1CIPeR0
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Do computer glasses actually work? If you have symptoms of digital eye strain like blurred vision, fatigued eyes, headaches, and back or neck pain, you might benefit from wearing this specialty eyewear! http://bit.ly/2hLdOMs
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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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Diets rich in fatty acids and anti-inflammatory foods can help with symptoms of dry eye. Make sure your meals are filled with salmon, tuna, fruits, and vegetables! http://bit.ly/2i5Nnl3
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