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Vision and Eye Health Infographics

These eye health and safety infographics are designed to provide easy-to-read, relevant, and timely information on a wide range of eye and vision topics.  They are designed specifically for sharing on social media channels such as Facebook and Instagram. Please contact us at 1-800-331-2020, or [email protected] if you have any questions or would like to partner with Prevent Blindness on the development and distribution of eye health and safety information.

July is Dry Eye Awareness Month

AMD

Cataract

  Cataract and Smoking prevalence of cataract  Don't Let Cataract Keep You from Enjoying this Face By Age 80, More than Half of All Americans Will Have Cataract The Risk of Cataract is Higher for Those Who Have Family Members with the Disease. Millions of Americans Undergo Successful Cataract Surgery Every Year.

Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

Without early detection and treatment, uncorrected vision disorders can impair child development, interfere with learning, and even lead to permanent vision loss. Only half of the states in the U.S. require vision screening for preschool-aged children. How does your state compare? You may not know that this is how your child sees. Most vision disorders that lead to impairment are preventable. Act now to detect vision problems early. The annual cost of children's vision disorders is $10 billion.

Children’s Vision

Clinical Trials

Your Participation in a clinical trial can help someone else in the future. Your participation in a clinical trial can help find the next treatment. Patient Health and Safety is at the Heart of Every Clinical Trial Finding New Vision Treatments Starts with You! It takes a village to find new treatments for vison disorders. Diverse representation in clinical trials is essential to improving health outcomes for all people. My vision was saved because others joined a clinical trial. Your participation in a trial can help find the next treatment.

Contact Lens Safety Month

All contact lenses require a prescription. Before Handling Contact Lenses, Always Wash Hands with Soap and Water  Contact lens wearers are at higher risk for keratitis, an inflammation of the cornea.  Never store your contact lenses in water. Use Contact Lenses Safely to Protect Your Eyes Never sleep in contact lenses unless authorized by an eye doctor. Contact lens wearers are at higher risk for keratitis, an inflammation of the cornea.

Diabetes-related Eye Disease Month

Symptoms of Diabetes-related retinopathy include... Staying Healthy Will Make it Easier to manage your diabetes. Risk Factors for Diabetes-Related Retinopathy Include...Diabetes-related Eye Disease is the Leading Cause of Blindness in Working Age Adults Do You Have Diabetes? Diabetes is one of the most common risk factors for cataracts.Do You Have Diabetes? Your Eyes Can Be Affected What Parts of Your Body Can Be Affected By Diabetes?Know Your ABCs of Diabetes to Protect Your Eye Health

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Fireworks and Fourth of July

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Glaucoma

 Glaucoma is the Sneak Thief of Sight Glaucoma is irreversible. Early Diagnosis is Important Glaucoma Runs in Families Women make up 61% of all glaucoma cases If you have had a serious eye injury, you are at greater risk of developing glaucoma. Early detection and treatment can help save your vision from glaucoma Glaucoma occurs about five times more often in African-Americans People with glaucoma slowly lose peripheral vision Don't let the "sneak thief of sight" steal these moments Glaucoma can seriously affect the ability to drive safely. WANTED: Sneak thief of sight If left untreated, glaucoma may lead to significant vision loss and even blindness. The older you are, the greater your risk for glaucoma Join the Glaucoma Community

Halloween and Halloween Safety

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Holiday

Christmas

Holiday Zoom infographic Make sure eye protection is on your gift list!  Seeing is Believing Do you see what I see? Happy Holidays from Prevent Blindness Keep the holidays bright by only giving safe toys this year. Give eye protection along with sports equipment this year. UV-blocking sunglasses make great stocking stuffers. Santa can check his list twice thanks to his glasses! When was your last eye exam? Give the gift of eye protection this year. We love your eyes, even if they are made out of coal!

Hanukkah

Hanukkah

Holiday – Other

Easter

Easter infographic

Valentine’s Day

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Inherited Retinal Diseases

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Keratitis

If you wear contact lenses, you have an increased risk for keratitis, an inflammation of the cornea. The first symptoms of keratitis, an inflammation of the cornea, are usually eye pain, redness, and blurred vision. Untreated keratitis can lead to corneal scarring, which can cause permanent vision loss. Keratitis can be successfully treated if diagnosed early.  Contact lens wearers are at higher risk for keratitis, an inflammation of the cornea.

Low Vision

Living Well with Low Vision

General Eye Health and Vision

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Safe Toys & Gifts

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September Sports Eye Safety

To Help Protect Your Eyes, Wear Goggles While Swimming Basketball is the leading cause of sport-related eye injuries. Don't strike out with an eye injury! Every 13 minutes, an ER in the U.S. treats a sports-related eye injury. Wearing contact lenses during water activities increases the risk for severe eye infections.

Sports Safety

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Take a Screen Time-Out!

Take a Screen Time-Out. Focus on the health of your eyes. Take a Screen Time-Out. You can't stop screen time. But you can prevent eye strain. Take a Screen Time-OutTake a Screen Time Out. Just because screen time is part of our lives doesn't mean eye strain has to be. Take a Screen Time-Out Take a Screen Time Out. A child's eyes need special care. Take a Screen Time-Out

Thyroid Eye Disease

Thyroid Eye Disease

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Ultra Violet (UV) Awareness

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Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month

  Avoid the Risk of Eye Infections by Never Sharing Eye Cosmetics More Women than Men Have Cataracts, Glaucoma, and AMD. Women have a higher prevalence of dry eye than men. If you have diabetes and are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, talk to your eye doctor on the best way to keep your eyes healthy. Women are at a higher risk for eye disease than men. More women are caregivers.  Hormone changes from pregnancy, perimenopause or menopause may affect women's vision.

 

Workplace Eye Safety and Wellness Month

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World Sight Day

Prevent Blindness Works to Save Sight Our Healthcare Starts Here October 8 is World Sight Day October 8 is World Sight Day October 8 is World Sight Day October 8 is World Sight Day Your Vote Matters