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5 Foods for Eye Health

Let’s face it –in a world where we strive to keep our bodies healthy, oftentimes the health of our eyes gets ignored. However, your windows to the world deserve to have a portion of your diet dedicated to keeping them in tiptop shape. Below we’ve included five foods that keep your eyes at their healthiest. [...]

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Top 3 Benefits of Wearing Sunglasses

With so many styles available today, many people love to throw on shades just to add some edginess to their look. In fact, it’s never been easier to express yourself through eyewear! Although style has a huge influence on the popularity of sunglasses, those fashionable tinted lenses do far more than make you feel cool. [...]

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5 Ways to Keep Eyes Healthy

May is Healthy Vision Month! In honor of eyes, we’ve put together a list of 5 ways to keep your eyes at their healthiest. 1.      Visit your Eye Doctor Don’t underestimate the importance of an annual eye exam. At a yearly check up your doctor will check your eyes for diseases and ensure that your prescription is [...]

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Experts Warn of Vision Risks Associated With Toy

Vision care experts are warning parents that a new toy, Silly Shooterz, may damage the eyes. Kids are encouraged to wear eye protection while playing with the new toys.

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Man Tattoos Eyeball!

No, this is not just a Halloween spook tale, but it’s scary! Eyeballs seem to be the next frontier in tattooing.

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UK Teens May Soon Be Banned from Tanning Beds

Government officials in the UK are considering banning people under the age of 18 from tanning salons in an effort to protect their health. Authorities are concerned that the sunbeds may be particularly harmful to youth as their skin and eyes are still developing, reports The Press Association.

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Facebook Photo May Have Saved Little Girl’s Life

A pediatric nurse noticed a difference in pupil color in a little girl’s photograph, which led to a diagnosis of an eye tumor and saved the girl’s life. Children should have their eyes checked regularly.

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