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Ever wonder how baby boomers feel about #eye health? Check out the Ocular Nutrition Society's "Eye on the Boomer" survey to learn more: http://bit.ly/1hrnjL7
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Contacts or glasses? Which do you think is better?
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In addition to aging, smoking, race, poor diet, and family history are all risk factors for age-related macular degeneration. #AMD http://bit.ly/2cT8IiS
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Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in America. If you have diabetes, hypertension, or smoke, ask your optometrist for a comprehensive eye exam. Early diagnosis is the key to saving your vision! http://bit.ly/2dhwMZ6
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Although many visual symptoms experienced by computer users are temporary and will decline after stopping computer work, some individuals may experience continued visual problems. If nothing is done to address the cause of the problem, the symptoms will continue to recur and perhaps worsen with future computer use. If you are experiencing any vision issues while using a computer, please contact our office and ask for computer eyewear. http://bit.ly/2d42oU8
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Can #BlueLight therapy really help reduce the risk of skin cancer? Learn more in this article from @uihealthcare: http://bit.ly/2dWOtOl
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Searching for some #eye health tips? Check out these "eye do's and eye don'ts" of your vision! http://bit.ly/2aW5sDA
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Uncorrected or undercorrected vision problems can be a major contributor to eye strain. Schedule an eye exam if you are experiencing eye strain. Our eye care professionals will ensure your prescription is up to date. Get more information on routine eye exams here: http://bit.ly/1jno74r
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Do you open your eyes under water? Opening your eyes while swimming with contacts can irritate and damage your eyes. Make sure to remove your contacts before you swim, or wear swim goggles to keep your vision safe.
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