Make kicking these 4 bad habits a part of your New Year's resolution because they can adversely affect your eye health.
Sorry it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. We have been busy seeing old and new patients as well as working on our Season of Kindness campaign. You may have seen on Facebook, but if you haven’t, let me tell you a little bit about what we’re doing. Starting on Thanksgiving, each day we highlight something kind; weather it be an inspirational quote, a charity effort we are supporting, or recognizing others who do kind things for the community. We work with many great companies and organizations and we are excited to share their efforts.
Dr. Williamson will be pairing up with Article One, Green Optics and the Lions club to provide care for children at a local school. Stay tuned for updates.
In the meantime, follow us on Facebook to read more about our Season of Kindness campaign.
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