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Fitness Bae® 🇿🇼 May 3
that May is 🥰 That time I was charged USD200 to replace my glasses 💔
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#PicnicDay #ForgivenessWeek ChildrenAwarenessMonth May 9
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BrightFocus May 17
Who knew could be so delicious? This eye healthy meal might just be perfect for your next BBQ or picnic. Enjoy!
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HHS.gov May 10
Spending too much time staring at the screen? 💻 👀 Give your eyes a break with the 20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes, look about 20 feet away for 20 seconds to reduce eyestrain.
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Finding Balance AB May 23
Did you know May is ? A great reminder for us to get our Vision checked by an Optometrist! - Older adults with low vision are 2.5 times more likely to fall. - A comprehensive eye exam will test your vision and look for issues like glaucoma and cataracts.
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Senator Chris Coons May 16
This , we need to recognize that many Americans, including millions of children, are living with undetected vision problems that impact their ability to work and to learn.
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NIH Intramural May 12
IRP scientists have found that an experimental drug curbs a blinding illness called in mice by increasing the ratio of beneficial to harmful immune cells in the and by making the harmful cells less active.
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HHS.gov May 29
Glaucoma, cataracts, and age-related macular degeneration can severely impact your vision. 👀 For , get a comprehensive dilated eye exam–it can help detect these conditions and save your sight!
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BrightFocus May 15
Aerobic exercise can help lower eye pressure and helps blood flow to the retina and optic nerve. Start a workout plan that fits your schedule.
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PA Department of Health May 20
Smoking cigarettes can lead to vision loss 👀! Protect your eyes by staying smoke-free. Need help quitting? Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW for free support.
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Midland Eye Jun 2
Our very own ophthalmic consultant Mr Mark Benson explains what age-related macular degeneration or AMD is and answers some frequently asked questions.
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rachel pryzby May 1
may is ! i stay active now so i can see beautiful views in the future.
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AOA May 7
Celebrate by spreading awareness of women's eye health. Share this infographic to get started:
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HHS.gov May 26
Sunglasses aren't just a fashion statement–they also protect our eyes from sun damage. If you're spending time outdoors this weekend, don't forget the shades!
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Lighthouse Guild May 30
Q.14 What are some other resources that are available for older New Yorkers.
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Minority Health May 30
Vision loss is NOT a natural symptom of aging. See how eye exams protect your eyesight and the sight of your loved ones for a lifetime of healthy vision.
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AHIP May 6
Did you know that regular eye exams can help identify serious health problems like diabetes and high blood pressure?
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Lighthouse Guild May 30
Q16. What are the benefits of intergenerational relationships, both to older adults and young people?
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U.S. FDA May 20
The 7 things you REALLY need to know now ⏰ about your contact lenses (just in time for 👁️)
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womenshealth.gov May 28
Some vision changes are normal signs of , but some are signs of serious conditions. A dilated eye exam can find early — even before loss occurs.
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