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Glaucoma causes no early symptoms

More than 2.2 million Americans age 40 and older suffer from glaucoma. Nearly half do not know they have the disease—it causes no early symptoms.

Everyone is at risk for glaucoma. However, certain groups are at higher risk than others. People at high risk for glaucoma should get a complete eye exam, including eye dilation, every year.

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Does your child need a "back to school" eye exam?

As the new school year approaches, parents are ensuring their children are prepared with an annual physical, immunizations and back-to-school shopping, but an annual eye exam should also be part of a student's back-to-school routine. Get a jump on your back to school list—schedule your child’s back to school eye exam early this year!

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Laura Branstetter
Six Signs Your Child Needs Glasses

While most schools require students to take part in vision testing, many times kid’s vision problems go undetected during school screenings. Just because a child can see 20/20 during the vision test, does not mean that their eyes work properly for an entire day of focusing in school. That’s why it’s important for parents to be aware of the warning signs that your child may be experiencing impaired vision. 

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Laura Branstetter