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Looking for an easy & delicious eye healthy recipe? Try making these stuffed orange peppers! http://ow.ly/gDcv30cQXtH

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Research has linked certain nutrients with improved eye health. Click here for more information and a list of antioxidants that can help protect your vision! http://ow.ly/n3EA30cQt68

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Follow this Summer eyehealth checklist to protect your eyes this summer! #HappyFirstDayofSummer
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Happy Monday! Always look on the bright side!
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Prevent Blindness America found that an estimated 2.4 million eye injuries occur in the United States each year, and nearly 1 million Americans have lost some degree of eyesight from an eye injury. Take the right precautions and wear safety glasses as they can prevent and help reduce eye injuries. http://ow.ly/5Kuz30cEBEw

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Are you right eye or left eye dominant? http://ow.ly/aZ2T30cqVnA

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Research suggests vitamin E may help reduce the worsening of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) among people who show early signs of the eye disease. Almonds and other nuts are excellent sources of natural vitamin E. Check out these awesome healthy almond recipes! http://ow.ly/5aCT30cwwfV

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Sometimes our eyes play tricks on us. Are the circles moving? Look closely... #opticalillusions
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These yummy snacks provide a double dose of eye health-boosting ingredients! Berries are powerhouses of vitamin C, which has been shown to reduce the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts. And almonds are filled with vitamin E, which research has shown to slow macular degeneration #EatForYourSight http://ow.ly/kOog30coSY1

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Nearly one-third of contact lens wearers report going to the doctor for red or painful eyes related to wearing contact lenses. It's important to ensure that you are following safe contact lens habits to keep your eyes healthy. Check out this infographic by the American Optometric Association.
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