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High-risk sports like basketball, football and baseball involve a lot of contact and pose a high risk of incurring eye injuries. Do yourself a favor and wear protective eyewear.
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Have you done this? You wear your eyeglasses when you need to read something but remove them afterward. Then you change to another pair when you watch TV. If you have done this, you probably need bifocal glasses—multifocal eyewear that can be used in both instances. All you need to do is adjust to the lenses according to your particular activity.
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People who have poor blood sugar control are at a high risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, which results in vision problems: http://bit.ly/ekltFf
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Research shows that consuming foods rich in omega-3 fatty acid can lower the risk of dry eye syndrome by 17%.
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People exposed to certain climates (due to windy or dry air) or environmental factors (cigarette smoke) may experience dry eyes. Pregnant women may also experience this condition as a result of hormonal changes. Read more about dry eyes here: http://bit.ly/gWyJzu
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Over 2 million Americans suffer from glaucoma. Don't allow yourself to go blind. Protect yourself from this condition.
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Lazy eye syndrome usually begins during childhood. If you have a family history of childhood cataracts, crossed eyes or any eye condition, regular vision checks should be made for your child. A complete eye exam is recommended when your child is between 3 and 5 years old. But the moment you notice your child's eye wandering, better have it evaluated.
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Have you noticed how some people squint their eyes while reading the newspaper? This is common among the elderly; you may notice them holding their paper at arm's length. That's because they have problems seeing things near them. This is typical for people with farsightedness—they can't see nearby objects clearly.
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Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness in people aged 50 and above. This condition affects 1.8 million people with another 7.3 million at a higher risk of developing it.
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Lazy eye syndrome can be due to hereditary factors. Medically known as amblyopia, this condition tends to run in the family. If anyone in your family has one, any family member could develop it, too. In addition, a family history of crossed eyes or childhood cataracts is linked with lazy eye syndrome.
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