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Sixty Percent of Americans with Diabetes Skip Annual Sight-Saving Exams

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People with diabetes are at increased risk of developing serious eye diseases, yet most do not have sight-saving, annual eye exams, according to a large study. Eye Care of Delaware emphasizes the importance of eye exams during the month of November,

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What Delaware Residents Need to Know About Contact Lenses and Eye Safety This Halloween

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With Halloween right around the corner, there aren’t many of us who aren’t preparing an extravagant costume for the frightful season. If your costume includes colorful contact lenses, you might want to

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revent vision loss and infection by learning more about contact lenses and eye safety in Delaware this Halloween.

Delaware Residents Should Know About the Latest Cataract Treatment

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Delaware Residents Should Know About the Latest Cataract Treatment Did you know that cataracts often occur when you age? On average, more than 50 percent of American men and women who are

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Latest Cataract Treatment

What You Need to Know About Color Blindness-Correcting Glasses

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What You Need to Know About Color Blindness-Correcting Glasses Color blindness typically refers to a person’s inability to see certain colors or perceive the depth or richness of their shades. Color blindness

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Here's what to know about color blind correcting glasses.

Stop That Eye Twitch: Common Causes and Self-Care Strategies

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Stop That Eye Twitch: Common Causes and Self-Care Strategies It is no secret that eye twitches are annoying. An eyelid twitch, or tic, is a spasm or tiny movement in the upper or

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Tips for getting rid of your eye twitch.

Is Using Night Mode on Your Smartphone Better for Your Eyesight?

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Is Using Night Mode on Your Smartphone Better for Your Eyesight? Do you keep the brightness on your smartphone turned up all the way? Have you considered using night mode to reduce

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Fireworks Can Cause Eye Damage – How to Protect Your Vision and Safely Celebrate Independence Day

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Fireworks Can Cause Eye Damage – How to Protect Your Vision and Safely Celebrate Independence Day. We’re well into the summer season now, which means backyard barbecues, swimming pool adventures, and plenty

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Three Ways to Take Care of Your Eyes as You Age

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Three Ways to Take Care of Your Eyes as You Age May is Healthy Vision Month, which makes taking a proactive approach to better understand your vision, vision-related illness, and how to

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Three Ways to Keep Your Eyes Safe While Playing Sports

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Three Ways to Keep Your Eyes Safe While Playing Sports Eye-related injuries are extremely common on the field. Every year, an estimated 100,000 people experience eye-related injuries while playing sports. Of these

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How to Avoid a Workplace Eye Injury?

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How to Avoid a Workplace Eye Injury? This March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month. Every year, around 25,000 Americans visit an emergency room because of an eye-related injury caused in the workplace.

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