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Diabetic retinopathy
Diabetes is a devastating condition affecting more than 30 million Americans (about 9.4% of the population). Twenty percent of people first learn that they are diabetic as a result of an eye exam.
Decorative contact lenses
Although trick-or-treating and Halloween get-togethers will most likely be paused this year, there’s no harm in still getting dressed up for the occasion. If you decide to wear a costume this year, please keep the following tips in mind regarding decorative contact lenses.
Blindness prevention
According to the World Health Organization, there are more than 2.2 billion individuals worldwide with vision impairment or blindness. In the U.S. alone, blindness or low vision affects more than 4.2 million Americans.
Eye safety at home
Nearly half of all eye injuries occur at home. The good news is protecting your eyes from injury is one of the simplest things you can do.
Prevent workplace eye injuries
Preventing workplace eye injuries saves your employees pain and damage, while the company saves costs in lost productivity, workers’ compensation and more.
Dental and vision connection
Did you know that keeping an eye on your oral health may also benefit your eye health? Some studies suggest there is a connection between the two.
Safety glasses
Every day roughly 2000 U.S. workers sustain a job-related eye injury. These injuries can cause severe trauma, vision loss and even blindness.
Eyes and heart disease
More in common than meets the eye? Evidence suggests that the eyes and the heart, two very different organs, have more in common than one might expect.
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