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  • Is there anything I can do when my eyelid twitches?

    Is there anything I can do when my eyelid twitches?
  • How can someone be legally blind but still be able to see?

    How can someone be legally blind but still be able to see?
  • What can I do to get my child ready for an eye exam?

    What can I do to get my child ready for an eye exam?
  • What is low vision?

    What is low vision?
  • What are the symptoms of visual problems in children?

    What are the symptoms of visual problems in children?
  • I’ve always had 20/20 vision but now I find it hard to read. Should I worry?

    I've always had 20/20 vision but now I find it hard to read. Should I worry?
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  • Braydin’s Story

    After visiting a Doctor of Optometry, Braydin’s mom realized the importance of bringing her child in for an eye exam. Watch his story.
  • Rachel’s Story

    Find out how a Doctor of Optometry helped diagnose Rachel with a serious health issue that was affecting more than her vision.
  • Shrie’s Story

    Find out how a Doctor of Optometry helped diagnose Shrie with meningioma during a routine eye exam.
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  • All about glaucoma

    What is glaucoma? Glaucoma is a progressive eye disease in which elevated pressure within the eye damages the optic nerve. This can lead to serious vision loss of not detected and treated early. The optic nerve is the nerve that takes all of the information the eye sees and transmits that information to the brain. [...]

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  • Sun protection tip sheet

    To help reduce UV radiation damage to your eyes, consider the following tips: 1) Be conscious of the daily UV index and the many sources of UV radiation, including direct sunlight and reflections from snow, water, sand and pavement. 2) Wear sun protection such as sunglasses, UV-blocking contact lenses and a wide-brimmed hat or baseball [...]

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  • UV Myths & Facts

    Consider the following and see if you can pick out the myths from the facts: 1) Young people are significantly more vulnerable to UV exposure. FACT: 50% of lifetime sun exposure may occur before the age of 18. This is because they have larger pupils, clearer lenses, spend more time outdoors, few wear sunglasses or [...]

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