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Does reading in dim light really hurt your eyes?

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Get hold of your Google Glass with or without prescription at i-Optix

96 Drummond Street, Euston, London NW1 2HN

020 7388 1122 || |@EyeHealthUK

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Student's eyeballs EATEN by bug after she failed to clean contact lenses.

Don't let this happen to you! Follow our hygiene advice and keep up with appointments.

Call us today!

Phone 020 7388 1122

Fantastic customer service and knowledge. Highly recommend!

i-optix have set the bar high for an independent opticians. The staff were warm, friendly & well-informed on helping me choose the right frames & lenses for my prescription.

The eye test was thorough. The range of frames are well chosen for a small boutique.

They provided a high level of customer care especially as I have awkward facial features (for glasses) and an annoying tendency to change my mind!

I'm forever grateful for their patience with me. I love my pair of Tom Fords.

Thank you guys for your fantastic customer service and knowledge. Highly recommend!

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Do you have your protectives on? Visit i-Optix for great choice of glasses (frames & lenses) and sunglassess. With and without prescription!

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This year the Standard Chartered Great City Race (@GreatCityRace) will take place on Thursday 10 July at 19:15, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the event.

The Official Race Community Partner 'Seeing is Believing' is a global initiative to help eradicate avoidable blindness.

Not only will £10 from each entry be donated to the charity but also, all money raised for Seeing is Believing in conjunction with the race will be matched by Standard Chartered therefore doubling the impact!

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The Economist explains Brazil's home advantage in the World Cup #EconBrazil

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UCL's lunchtime lectures head to The Guardian's offices this month, with a war theme ->

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A short film about children’s eye health.

Poor eyesight can have a significant effect on children's ability to learn and on their behaviour, yet often goes unrecognised by teachers, parents and by the children themselves.
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