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All you have to do is schedule a routine eye exam and/or bring in a non-perishable food item to be donated to a local food pantry and you could win!!!

What exactly is a "Floater" in your eye?  "Floaters" generally are benign tiny gray spots in your eyes that seem to weave in and out of your line of vision.  Floaters can look like strings, circles, "O" shapes, or even cobwebs.  Although they rarely interfere with your vision, floaters can be annoying or distracting, especially if they appear in front of an expanse of light color like a white wall.  More info next week...


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