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Ask A Colorado Optometrist to Improve Your Eye-Q

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Colorado Optometric Association (COA) and 2020 Eyes Colorado are answering commonly asked patient questions to educate the public on eye health. 2020 Eyes Colorado is the COA's public awareness initiative to promote healthy eyes and vision across the state throughout the year.

Steps to Improve Independence When Living with Visual Impairment from Colorado Optometric Association (COA) and 2020 Eyes Colorado

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Colorado Optometric Association (COA) and 2020 Eyes Colorado are speaking out about how to improve independence and quality of life when experiencing permanent vision loss. 2020 Eyes Colorado is the COA's eye health public awareness initiative to promote healthy eyes and vision across the state throughout the year.

Colorado Optometric Association’s Doctors Speak Out About Colorado’s Dangerous Driving

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Colorado Optometric Association's doctors of optometry are speaking out this month about dangerous driving in the state. Colorado optometrists are seeing a problem rising on the roads that impact more than just eye health. Fatal car accidents across Colorado have increased over the course of the pandemic even though less miles were driven.

Winners Announced for Second Annual Colorado Youth Art Contest, with theme: My Future Vision

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- 2020 Eyes Colorado and the Colorado Optometric Association (COA) announce the winners of the Second Annual Youth Art Contest. Students grades 1-12 were invited to submit 2D artwork while reflecting on the value of their eyesight through the theme, "My Future Vision."

Colorado Optometrists Give Infants One-time No-cost Eye Exam Through National InfantSEE Program

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Leaders in Colorado eye health advocacy, the Colorado Optometric Association (COA) and 2020 Eyes Colorado, announce that participating local optometrists are offering no-cost comprehensive eye exams to infants 6-12 months of age regardless of income or insurance.

2020 Eyes Colorado and Colorado Optometric Association announce winners of #2020EyesColorado First Annual Youth Art Contest

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- 2020 Eyes Colorado and the Colorado Optometric Association (COA) announce the winners of the #2020EyesColorado First Annual Youth Art Contest. Students grades 1-12 were invited to submit 2D artwork while reflecting on the value of their eyesight through the theme, A Beautiful Sight. The goal of the competition was to engage Colorado students in understanding the value of their eyes and their own eye health.

Colorado Public Health Initiative to Keep Eye Emergencies Out of Emergency Rooms This Winter

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Doctors of optometry across Colorado, 2020 Eyes Colorado, and the Colorado Optometric Association (COA) have launched an October awareness initiative to educate Coloradans on Eye Emergencies: Where to Go and What to Do.

2020 Eyes Colorado: Pandemic Stress Can Change Eyesight and Impact Eye Health

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Doctors of optometry across Colorado, 2020 Eyes Colorado, and the Colorado Optometric Association (COA) have launched a September awareness initiative to help educate Coloradans on the impact of stress on eyesight and eye health.

5 Ways to Prepare for School in a Pandemic, from Colorado’s Doctors of Optometry

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The 2020-2021 school year is starting with a baseline of caution, anxiety and an ever-changing game plan during a global pandemic. Local doctors of optometry have teamed up with the Colorado Optometric Association and 2020 Eyes Colorado to compile a unique list of five areas to consider as families near the start of school.

Colorado Optometric Association Announce 8 Ways to Protect Your Eyes during 2020 Summer

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- A lot has changed for the summer of 2020, but the Colorado Optometric Association and 2020 Eyes Colorado wants everyone to know that summer eye health is still important. Colorado's sunlight is roughly 20% brighter than at sea level and is even more intense at the top of a mountain as there is less atmosphere at higher elevations to filter out UV rays.

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