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New study suggests microbes in your gut can influence age-related macular degeneration. Read more: http://bit.ly/2eDPCyf

Our team is always here for you when you need us! Hear from a recent patient: “Very thankful that Dr. Henderson was willing to come in on a Sunday morning to attend to my serious eye injury. The advice given on follow up appts on Monday and Thursday was helpful also. Very happy with my care from the Dr and office staff.”

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If you have diabetes, early diagnosis and treatment is vital to prevent vision loss from blood vessel damage to the retina caused by elevated blood sugar. Read more at our website: http://bit.ly/1brqT4q

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Exercise can protect your eyesight too! People who are physically active have a 73% lower risk of glaucoma. http://bit.ly/2zAVUcx #exercise #fitlife

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Get in the holiday spirit and see Ballet Austin’s “The Nutcracker” going on now through 12/23 at the Long Center. http://bit.ly/2jjMua0 #AustinEvents #BalletAustin

We love hearing from our patients! Antonio said, “Dr. Henderson and his staff always do a great job. They take their time with you and give you the attention you deserve. Awesome TEAM.” Thank you, Antonio!

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Annoying floaters may soon be a thing of the past as new research is producing a safe, high-tech solution. Read more: http://bit.ly/2A4YfeC

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Go DropLess with your cataract surgery! Going DropLess reduces the risk of infection from 1 in 1,000 to 1 in 10,000. Learn more:
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November is American Diabetes Month: Everyone with diabetes should have a dilated eye exam every year to detect any early signs of diabetic retinopathy. Don’t wait! Schedule today: http://bit.ly/11iXG6e

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Fact or Myth? Close-up tasks like reading or sewing make cataracts worse. MYTH! Cataracts are not caused by how people use their eyes. However, cataracts may become more noticeable during close work. http://bit.ly/2zDQ06J
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