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Although stronger lighting and eyeglasses may help you deal with cataracts, impaired vision interferes with your usual activities. Talk to your eye doctor about possible cataract surgery. http://bit.ly/2dWYhaK
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Eye exams can help detect problems with children's near and distance vision, eye coordination, focusing skills and eye movement skills. Detecting and correcting these problems early in a child's development is beneficial because children are often more responsive to treatment at younger ages, and ignoring problems can lead to permanent vision loss and weakened eye strength. http://bit.ly/2dQa4YL
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Often there are no symptoms in the early stages of diabetic retinopathy. Don't wait for symptoms before you get an exam! Be sure to have a comprehensive dilated eye exam at least once a year. http://bit.ly/2cWCX3q
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Do you know now many layers your eye's cornea has? Can you name them all? http://bit.ly/2dIey6g
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Keep your eyes feeling healthy this year by following these eight tips! http://bit.ly/1bnRMqM
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Certain eye diseases like macular degeneration have few warning signs in its early stages, which is why routine eye exams are so important! http://bit.ly/1UQFjC8
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The holidays are especially tempting for poor food choices, so eat plenty of leafy greens, colorful fruits and omega-3 fatty acids for better eye health. http://bit.ly/IWepJN
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Did you know? People with diabetes are 40% more likely to suffer from glaucoma. The longer someone has diabetes, the more at risk they are for developing glaucoma. Ask your eye doctor for a comprehensive eye exam today. http://bit.ly/2dsDUEK
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Most Olympic swimmers choose goggles with polarized lenses to enhance their vision as they swim. But did you know that polarized lenses are not just for swimmers? If you are interested in experiencing crisper vision while participating with your sporting event, ask your eye doctor about optimized sporting lenses. http://bit.ly/1bxL4TT
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