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Tips on How to Make Your Vision Last a Lifetime – Healthy Aging Month

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September is Healthy Aging Month. Today, people are living longer than ever before so it’s important to be proactive and take personal responsibility for your health. Vision changes are normal with age, but vision loss and blindness are not. There are a number of things you can do to keep your eyes healthy and protect your vision. EYE-Q […]

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Poor Vision in Children Can Cause Developmental Delays

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The Vision Council of America estimates that as much as 80% of a child’s learning occurs through his or her eyes. While at school, kids are constantly using their eyes to see the whiteboard, for reading and writing, computer work and even playing sports. Good vision is critical to a child’s development and learning. According […]

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Cataract Surgery Gives the World a New Way of Seeing

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ABC30 Anchor Margot Kim Puts a Focus on Cataract Awareness Month Not only are cataracts one of the most common eye conditions, they are also one of the leading causes of blindness in the US. While trauma to the eye, prolonged exposure to sun, use of steroids and certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, can cause an […]

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Vision Impairment Can Cause Developmental Delays in Infants

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Visual impairment can have a dramatic impact on an infant’s development. Jessica Sinclair was concerned when her 11-month-old infant Piper had not started crawling yet. She took Piper to her pediatrician where she learned that her daughter was extremely farsighted and needed glasses. Watch this priceless expression as Piper is able to see the world around her for the […]

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