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And sunglasses and trying to get in the Wear them when their babies which -- yes.
It's easier to -- -- -- Mount Everest have been there doctor Kevin Nicky up to make up Thomas Tapeh accommodate ophthalmologist pediatric because I'm hungry.
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For an event like this American foundation is here.
This is very serious issue blindness in kids summertime is coming many kids do not want to Wear sunglasses.
-- -- we -- them from head to tell.
And we miss the most important part of a guy that's right one thing that a lot of things that parents forget is that their eyes are just as sensitive to that as their skin to damage from -- -- -- We don't see it acutely in children the damage is actually a cumulative thing that occurs over many years and it leads to cataracts and macular degeneration.
When -- older as well as skin cancers of the islands.
So one of the things that we tried to -- -- import to parents is to try to protect their eyes as well as their skin with the F sunblock.
You know it's interesting to -- -- -- year notes.
Just about you know some of the common myths and things like that about.
About -- I damage because I think people don't really necessarily understand I mean.
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No -- a pie hole they keep protecting her eyesight by doing that you know that's happened.
Because -- You liked that line -- Thailand's cat scan your -- yeah.
-- -- now it's that that's not true.
You know hundred years ago when people didn't have a good diet.
-- provided nutritional supplements that you need for your -- to function properly but in these times with.
Normal good diets are just playing all vitamins that's that's no longer true.
The biggest thing that we can do now is to protect the eyes we want to have the young kids.
Protected from ultraviolet.
You want to find some glasses.
That say they're 100% UV blocking.
You also want to find ones that are really strong won't need of something -- called poly carbonate.
And it which is with protective goggles -- -- You know the cheaper ones he combined the toy store toys that you need a much.
Using a brand name -- Toys -- Us who might just be -- just play some lessons they can shatter and break when the kids get hit with a ball or fall down.
So protection is is a big thing so you you won't really want to look for one to say 100% UV blocking.
And that -- well because kids are very cognizant of the way they look to even very young children you see them looking in the mirror and if they -- some glasses.
It like this particular brand is -- real -- shades they're very good.
And you know they have a scraps -- that they fit well with kids like come and they look cool only come and lots of different colors that's the type of thing that will.
Prevent problems when they're 304050.
Years old that's what you're really investing -- Casino it's you said that one of three children -- -- states is perceived quality I care are critical eye care for the ages six what is critical eye care.
Well there are many things didn't go wrong with children's -- and and many of them are preventable.
A lot of children have promise to go undiagnosed simply because they seem to -- -- properly.
We have a lot of children were blind in one line or had very unequal prescriptions or may have cataracts and may not think of cataracts and children.
The many things these things going undiagnosed and by the time we see them and tried to remedy -- they've all birdied develop something called amply opium which is a condition where they're -- can no longer use the -- If we find that when they're young this can be addressed and taking care of before they have damage or vision loss.
Sitting clue to close that television.
How bad is that trying to -- -- starred in the real money these are all the things that -- -- obviously told us.
-- we really bad from now there that is not true.
This it can give you some headaches due to my -- but it's really not going to do any damage him.
You know this isn't exactly the TV back on TV well I was told I do it now I was told the same thing I guess -- -- become an ophthalmologist improvement on the wrong but I -- -- I guess that I've -- so much TV in my life and I continue do so even in in these latter stages that I would have already been.
How is bloodline is from a -- had that that come true you know so it was still basically the biggest thing we can do for -- -- and now comes summer is -- -- Yes you want to make sure that they're protective that they really block a 100% that the UV because some.
A lot of sunglasses don't if they don't say 100% UV protection and you wanna protect them the -- and sports and other accidents like that like guys are more sensitive budding the more susceptible to damage.
They can be simply because they don't have as much known in them -- and in them to absorb the UV light.
So there are there arson there is evidence.
Light -- people having a higher incidence of macular degeneration which can be.
And some studies link to ultraviolet exposure.
I think -- -- -- -- come up with a cool line at kids.
That's with -- invest some bad no doubt that otherwise I wouldn't go near -- well they had an honest lol this is like BB CS type of press you on it's very hard to find -- actually for an eight year old get their heads to the big for those two little favourite big ones it is very difficult and actually this is just one pair might as I'm not -- Alleviated with this company but I've been very impressed by their glasses.
And they have a whole line that goes up into -- -- -- at age group they're specifically marketed and designed just for kids.
And they have a very impressive.
Line of products and I'm telling you my my daughters would Wear them and I think a lot of other kids with two.
Real kids real kids real kid shades no -- I mean.
So real kid shades dot com all one word right doctor Maggie good to see him now entering come on by -- -- -- national sites saving.
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