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The 411 on getting tested for glaucoma.
When we think of glaucoma — an eye disease that can cause blindness — we often tend to think of it as an older person's problem. But health experts are finding that that this disease is making an impact on a younger generation.
African-Americans are six times more likely to develop glaucoma compared to their white counterparts, which can lead to blindness.
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Actor says medicinal weed movement "is really a long time coming."
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Here's how to know that you need to see an optometrist.