July 10, 2010
Good vision is easy to take for granted. That is, until things start to look a little fuzzy. Taking care of your eyes as part of your normal healthcare will help you see well for years to come. This means keeping up good health habits and getting regular eye exams to protect your vision.
The World Health Organization reports that about 85 percent of poor vision and 75 percent of visual impairment in the world could be prevented or cured. In fact, eye health is second only to dental health as the greatest healthcare need in the United States that's not being addressed, according to National Eye Institute.
Most eye problems can be prevented. So it's important to keep your vision nice and clear with these key steps:
You want to stay healthy all through your life. Good eye care is part of normal healthcare, as important as brushing your teeth.
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