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Dr Mike Korthals OD
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61% of adults experience [digital eye strain], yet only a third of those do anything to reduce symptoms. Via http://bit.ly/2d42oU8
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Trivia time! At what age should your child have his or her first eye exam? Hint: It's probably younger than you think! http://bit.ly/2jGZ8Ce
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Myth: Eye exams aren't necessary unless you have an eye problem. Fact: Routine eye exams help detect sometimes symptomless diseases, such as glaucoma, before your vision is impaired. http://bit.ly/2jUxQER
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Did you know? Your child's school vision screening isn't a substitute for a comprehensive eye exam! Be sure your child is having routine appointments!
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One part of your comprehensive eye exam will test for how well you can read at a near distance. If you have trouble seeing the words or letters, you probably have hyperopia or farsightedness. http://bit.ly/2k8UutB
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Did you know fluorescent light, LED light, flat screen LED televisions, computer monitors, smart phones, and tablets all emit blue light rays?
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Did you know? Age-related macular degeneration by itself does not lead to complete blindness. However, the loss of central vision can interfere with simple everyday activities.
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While there is no cure, there are ways to prevent or relieve eye allergy symptoms. Find a solution that works for you! http://acaai.org/allergies/types/eye-allergies
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School vision screenings are no substitute and often miss common eye conditions in kids like farsightedness, which could hinder their learning. http://bit.ly/2b8SfnI
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Myth: LASIK surgery is painful. Fact: Numbing eye drops are administered before surgery, so you won't feel anything except a slight pressure on your eye during the procedure. Post-surgery side effects like dry eyes are usually only temporary. http://bit.ly/1nyUjTo
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