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One size fits all sometimes means too small
In honor of World Braille Day, here's a look at how to prevent vision impairment
Young girl learning Braille symbols
50,000 Americans lose their sight each year, even though half of all blindness could be prevented with proper vision care. World Braille Day, celebrating the birth of Louis Braille, is an opportunity to highlight the importance of routine eye exams and vision benefits that help make eye care accessible.
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CATEGORY: Health & Wellness
WRITTEN BY: Joe Wende
From shiny new toys to the cork on the bubbly, safe eyes can enjoy the holidays
Little boy opening a gift.
The holidays should be a festive, joyful time for everyone—with no time spent in the emergency room or the doctor’s office due to an eye injury. From gifts for the children to parties for the grown ups, these tips from the AAO can help keep everyone's eyes safe and filled with beautiful sights this holiday season.
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CATEGORY: Health & Wellness
WRITTEN BY: Joe Wende
Don't let spooky contact lenses morph into a Halloween nightmare
Woman with Halloween scary makeup and costume.
If you're adding costume contact lenses to your get-up, take a moment to get the facts so a temporary look doesn’t lead to permanent problems in the blink of an eye.
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CATEGORY: Health & Wellness
WRITTEN BY: Joe Wende
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
One size fits all sometimes means too small