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Did you know that the muscle that helps your eye blink is the fastest muscle in your body? It allows you to blink up to five times a second! This is why when something happens suddenly, we say "in the blink of an eye!"
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September is Sports Eye Safety Awareness Month! Look out for your eyes and use the correct vision protection for your sport.

http://www.aoa.org/patients-and-public/caring-for-your-vision/sports-and-vision?sso=y

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"Your child's vision is essential to his success in school. When his vision suffers, chances are his schoolwork does, too." With the school year in full swing, it is crucial to be aware of your child's vision health!

http://www.allaboutvision.com/parents/schoolage.htm

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Digital eye strain or computer vision syndrome can cause dry and irritated eyes, blurred vision, eye fatigue, neck pain, and headaches. Stay informed and follow these steps to alleviate these symptoms or call us today to discuss treatment options!
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Know this difference so you can follow the steps to properly care for your eyes and maintain your eye health!
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Below, a badger is hiding among a herd of zebra. Can you spot it?
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Did you know that behavior and learning problems can be linked to the inability to see the board in a classroom? Schedule your child's back to school eye exam today!
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Contact lens health week is coming to a close, but that doesn't mean your contact lens health should diminish! Please remember these healthy habits when wearing and caring for your contact lenses and your eyes!
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In honor of contact lens health week, here's a silly, yet accurate comparison! Contact lenses are one of the safest forms of vision correction, but it is crucial to follow the proper care and wear instructions. If you don't, it can lead to long term damage or unpleasant eye infections. Follow these three tips!
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