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Eye Injury Treatments

As many precautions as we take, sometimes the inevitable happens. If an injury to the eye does occur, it is important to know what to do in order to prevent any serious problems.

Specks in the Eye

    Don’t rub the affected eye.
    Flush the eye with lots of water.
    See a doctor if the speck doesn’t wash out, or if pain or redness continues.
 
Cuts, Punctures, and Foreign Objects in the Eye

    Unlike with specks of dust or metal, be sure not to wash out the affected eye.
    Don’t try to remove a foreign object stuck in the eye.
    Seek immediate medical attention.

Chemical Burns...

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http://www.randeye.com/eye-injury-treatments/
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Join Us! At the Palm Beach Gardens mall this Saturday and visit the Rand Eye Institute’s booth for the Annual WPBF 25 Dr. Oz Health & Wellness Festival 2015

WPBF 25 Dr. Oz
Health & Wellness Festival 2015
Saturday, March 28th
10AM – 4PM
Location: The Gardens Mall
3101 PGA Boulevard
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

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http://www.randeye.com/wpbf-25-dr-oz-health-wellness-festival-2015/
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Workplace Eye Safety Tips – Checklist
Eye injuries in the workplace are very common. More than 2,000 people injure their eyes at work each day. About 1 in 10 injuries require one or more missed workdays to recover from. Of the total amount of work-related injuries, 10-20 % will cause temporary or permanent vision loss.

Here’s a quick checklist to help avoid workplace eye injuries:
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http://www.randeye.com/workplace-eye-safety-tips-checklist/
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As you age, so do your eyes. You might have trouble reading fine print or need brighter lights in your workspace. Some age-related eye changes are very common and do not signify any sort of disease. Other changes, although still common among senior citizens, can indicate a problem. Learn more on age-related vision problems. 
https://www.randeye.com/age-related-vision-problems/
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We found some great cataract facts!! Take a look! 
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KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL – SPORTS EYE SAFETY
Always take precautions, especially with young children, when it comes to sports eye safety: wear helmets with built-in eye shields while playing little league ball.
Impacts from other objects like tennis balls, racquet or squash balls, or even hand balls can be equally devastating. High-speed projectiles like paint balls or hockey pucks are very dangerous.
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Dr. Oz and Lisa Oz will be at the West Palm Beach Health and Wellness Fair this Saturday March 29th from 10AM – 4 PM.
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Computer driven Laser Cataract Surgery
It has been called a bold leap forward. Performing... http://www.randeye.com/vision-correction/refractive-cataract-surgery/ #cataract
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What to expect before and after surgery
Most people are surprised to find out... http://www.randeye.com/Cataract/ #expect #cataract #randeye
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Eye Safety and Your Air Bags.  Most people drive their car everyday and since 1989 when air bags were first required in automobiles, these devices have saved thousands of lives....
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