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Eyecare Business Mag 15h
"We can’t change our kids’ genes for myopia, but we can take steps to keep their eyes healthy," shares in a recent video. For more helpful tips on keeping childhood at bay, share our Video of the Week: .
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EssilorPRO Feb 8
Exciting conversations happening this week at the Myopia Summit. Stay tuned for more to come on a recommended myopia management protocol & our Myopia Initiative in Action (MIA) program!
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J.C. Reiss Optician Mar 20
What exactly IS myopia? Myopia, better known as nearsightedness, is a condition of the eye where close up objects appear clear, but at a distance everything becomes blurry and out of focus. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of myopia.
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Eyecare Associates Jan 29
Myopia (a.k.a. nearsightedness) is a real, growing problem. The rate of Americans ages 12-54 who have myopia has risen from 25% to 42% in just 40 years. Why is it accelerating? Find out.
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Essilor May 17
Most children may not realize or complain of symptoms. Help them recognize signs of myopia early and schedule an eye exam today.
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EssilorPRO Jan 8
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Essilor USA May 12
Moms have an inherent ability (read: super power) to know when something just isn’t right in their child. Watch to see how spotting the symptoms of myopia and being proactive can help put their life back in focus.
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TreehouseEyes 2 Jul 16
Studies reveal myopia in kids means higher risk of eye disease as they age.
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Hall Eye Care Center Mar 27
Moms— Watch this video for your children’s sake. Call TODAY for your appointment. .
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EssilorPRO Nov 26
Learning is a lot more enjoyable when it’s in focus. Take a proactive approach and help educate your patients on the early signs of myopia. Learn more.
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Pashya R. Kaplan Dec 5
Let's all be ready for the year 2020 and stop the epidemic of Myopia.
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Ryan Burns Sep 14
There are many variables that effect a child’s learning and social acceptance. Myopia has almost doubled in the last 40 years and will continue to accelerate. Great to work for a company that helps raise awareness!
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Essilor USA May 28
Too much screen time may put kids at risk of myopia, but increased time outdoors could help. Urge your kids to put down the devices and spend summer in the fresh air.
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All About Vision May 21
Many kids believe blurry vision is normal, but if you can spot the symptoms of myopia, you can help! Vision issues like myopia can be diagnosed and managed early on. Learn more:
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DoctorEyeHealth Apr 26
(doctor walks into the clinic while the optical is grinding high-index lenses...) "Ahhh...I love the smell of myopia in the morning"
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All About Vision Mar 27
What are the signs of (nearsightedness)? Thank you for creating this informative video!
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DoctorEyeHealth Mar 25
Mother: No, my child doesn't need an eye exam. They never complain of anything. Doctor: Well did you know that almost 83% of learning is visual?...and little kids won't speak up about not seeing well because they don't know what good eyesight is.
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Essilor USA Mar 21
During all this basketball madness, if eyes on the ball means extra squinting—your child might be suffering from myopia (aka nearsightedness). Learn more about this prevalent vision issue:
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Vision Impact Inst. Mar 8
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Bellaire Family Eye Feb 20
Living a life out of focus is a daily reality for countless children. Possibly even yours. Watch to see how spotting the symptoms of myopia and being proactive can help put life back in focus. (P.S....
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