Resources to Promote Healthy Vision Month
Healthy Vision Month Messages
Millions of people in the United States have undetected vision problems and eye conditions. We need your help encouraging people in your community to schedule eye exams. Visit the Healthy Vision Month Website to find educational resources and ideas for how you can get involved.
Many common eye diseases that can lead to vision loss and blindness, such as diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration, often have no early warning signs. To learn more, visit the Healthy Vision Month Website.
Did you know that you might be at higher risk for vision loss if you have a family history of eye disease; have diabetes; are aged 50 or older; or are of African American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian, or Alaska Native descent? Visit the Healthy Vision Month Website for more information.
In addition to having regular eye exams, eating a healthy diet, not smoking, and wearing protective eyewear are just a few things you can do to protect your sight. Visit the Healthy Vision Month Website to learn more.
Eye health is far more important than most people acknowledge. Don't take yours for granted; schedule a comprehensive dilated eye exam today. Visit the Healthy Vision Month Website for more information.
Most people don't realize how important their vision is to them until it is too late. Visit the Healthy Vision Month Website to learn more about how you can protect your sight.
Having regular eye exams to make sure your eyes are healthy and seeing their best is important for everyone. Schedule yours today! Visit the Healthy Vision Month Website to learn more about how you can protect your sight.