Help us spread the word about Healthy Vision Month on social media with these sample posts and ready-to-use graphics! Remember to tag us on Facebook (@NationalEyeInstitute) and Twitter (@NatEyeInstitute).

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Eye Health Is My Health promotional graphic with a collage of a diverse group of people

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Healthy Vision Month graphic with a photo of a man taking a computer break while working in a café. Text next to the photo reads: “Tired eyes from too much screen time? Try the 20/20/20 trick — every 20 minutes, look about 20 feet away for 20 seconds. (You might even see something cool!)

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Healthy Vision Month graphic with a photo of a leafy green salad topped with salmon. Text next to the photo reads: “Eat right for your sight! Try eating lots of dark leafy greens — like spinach, kale, and bok choy. And stock up on fish high in omega 3s — like salmon, tuna, and halibut.”

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Healthy Vision Month graphic with a photo of a couple on a hike. Text next to the photo reads: “On a mission for healthy vision? Try getting more physical activity! That’s right, getting active is good for your eyes, too.”

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  • Let's get moving! Physical activity can help lower your risk of health conditions — like diabetes and high blood pressure — that can lead to eye health and vision problems. And as the weather warms up, try outdoor activities you can do while social distancing! Get more #HealthyVisionMonth tips from @NationalEyeInstitute: https://www.nei.nih.gov/learn-about-eye-health/healthy-vision/keep-your-eyes-healthy 

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Last updated: May 12, 2021