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are 40 percent more likely to develop and 60 percent more likely to develop than those without . Learn more about how to prevent diabetic eye disease on the Texas website
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Anyone with is at risk for diabetic retinopathy. Learn more about risk factors at
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is a leading cause of in American adults, it is caused by damage to the small blood vessels of the - the seeing layer of the . Learn more on the Texas website
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Couldn't join at the 8th Annual Focus on National Summit? Presentations can be viewed at
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 15
Who's at risk for eye damage from the sun? Short answer: Everyone!
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 18
is the leading cause of in the world. And, there are more than 25.7 million Americans age 40 & older with cataracts. Learn more on the Texas website at
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 18
Great hearing from Col. Mark Reynolds, MD, MPH, , , as he presented "Strategic Vision: Population Health and Vision in the Military," co-moderated by James Jorkasky, at the .
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 15
Q: The safest are made out of what material? a. Ordinary plastic b. Glass c. Polycarbonate A: c. Polycarbonate Polycarbonate is the most impact- resistant material available and should always be the first choice for children’s .
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
Projected total cases of will increase by 35% to 10.9 million by 2032, and by 63% to 13.2 million by 2050. Learn more about how to prevent eye disease on the Texas website
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
Thank you Kristina Beaugh for presenting Looking Forward – Promoting Sight in Young Adults ! Such insightful information.
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 18
: Blurry, hazy, multile images, glare sensitivity, color perception loss, decreased night or low-light . More common after age 55. Learn more on the Texas website at
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
Great insight at the Emerging Sight – Vision & the Young Child panel discussion w/Dr. S. Block Dr. J. Ramsey Dr. A. de Alba Campomanes Dr. E. Marshall & Dr. D.DeCarlo .
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
More than 2.8 million Americans age 40 and older have . Nearly half do not know they have the disease as it causes no early symptoms. Find out more about this “Sneak Thief of Sight” on the website at
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 18
Americans of all ages deserve to live, work, and play with clear, healthy . That’s why Texas was in to urge to address our national and in FY2020.
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Hearing Callahan Dr. Dawn DeCarlo at the Eye Health National Summit!
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 18
As you age, you are at greater risk of developing a . Find out what the risk factors for are on the Texas website at
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
Thank you David Rein PhD & John Wittenborn present The Scope of Vision & Eye Health – Guidance from Surveillance !
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
Will you help us in our mission to and preserve ? Join us at one of our upcoming events to show your support!
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
Are you in the know about Retinal Eye Disease? Take the Texas today to find out how you score and share your results with us!
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Prevent Blindness TX Jul 19
Heather Whitson MD MHS moderated Engaging Stakeholders to Improve Vision with Kira Baldonado and Michael Hodin PhD Global Coalition on Aging at the .
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