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Ever wonder why it’s so important to have your eyes dilated as part of a comprehensive eye exam? It gives your doctor a clearer view of the important tissues at the back of your eyes and helps them watch out for diseases and conditions such as macular degeneration, retinal detachment, glaucoma, high blood pressure and diabetes.
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While you may not realize it, experiencing these symptoms may indicate the presence of cataracts. http://ow.ly/4pRn30kfVOu
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Maintaining the health of your eyes means eating a diet rich in nutrients that support your vision and overall well being. http://ow.ly/Ox5x30kfVLt
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Exposure to a common optical illusion may increase your ability to read the fine print. http://ow.ly/mfH430kfVJy
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Learn how the amount of melanin in the iris governs your eye color: http://ow.ly/CxYk30kfVHn
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While routine eye care is important for everyone, diabetics have a high risk of eye disease and require regular exams to detect and manage conditions affecting their vision. http://ow.ly/XbXi30kfVDJ
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Here are some helpful hints for preventing digital eyestrain: http://ow.ly/O9OW30gW6Df
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Did you know that the human eye only sees three colours: red, blue and green? All other colors are combinations of these.
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Gray or black spots, strings, floating objects or cobweb like shapes that appear in your vision are known as eye floaters. Consult your eye doctor if you are experiencing this. http://ow.ly/Pfld30gW6De
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What you need to know about pink eye: http://ow.ly/YgY330gW6Dd
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