Being aware of some important eye injury facts and myths can go a long way to helping you preserve your eye health and vision. 2018 nike air max The #1 fact you should know about eye injuries is that by wearing proper protective eyewear it is possible to prevent 90 percent of those injuries! What is troubling is that according to a survey by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, only 35 percent of people say that they always wear protective eyewear when performing home repairs or maintenance and even less wear protective eyewear while playing sports.

Eye Injury Facts & Myths

  • Who is more likely to have an eye injury-men or women? Men!
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  • More than 40 percent of eye injuries every year are related to sports or recreational activities.
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  • Among people who have had eye injuries, adidas stan smith more than 78 percent of people were not wearing eyewear at the time of injury!

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