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The best way to treat symptoms of eye allergies is to first get a proper diagnosis! Schedule an appointment with our office if you have red, itchy, watery eyes! http://bit.ly/2jkb9Oo
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In 440 BCE, Hippocrates wrote about "glaukoma,” a light blue/green color of the eye's lens, which is translated into "glaucoma,” or the clouding of the eye's lens.
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Sunglasses can be the perfect finishing touch to an outfit, but donêt forget to buy the pairs that are labeled as 100% UV-protected and wear them every day! http://bit.ly/2j28MQw
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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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Eyes must change focus and work in unison to obtain a clear, single image of what is viewed. A routine eye exam will look for problems that may keep your eyes from focusing effectively or make it difficult to use both eyes together.
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Allergies are pretty common in the U.S.! If you have allergies, your chances of having eye allergy symptoms are over 70%! http://bit.ly/2iQYL7C
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What the three blind mice wouldn't do for routine eye exams in this Islets of Humor cartoon by Theresa Garnero! http://bit.ly/2dV8pBp
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Did you know? Eye allergies can be caused by lots of things, including pet dander, mold, and pollen! http://bit.ly/2i1mdOF
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Your eyes are pretty important! Make sure you are getting regular comprehensive eye exams! http://bit.ly/2jFHtHI
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Fact or myth? Contact lenses can get stuck behind your eyes. Myth! It is impossible for your contact to get lost behind your eye. http://bit.ly/1Ds6Ctd
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