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@masseyeandear
6h Ago
Signing up the kids for summer sports leagues? Don’t forget eye protection. Here’s what to look for in sports safety glasses: https://t.co/HrmwjqxLP9 https://t.co/yGP2ui0ogv
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@masseyeandear
9h Ago
Regular eye glasses or sunglasses won’t cut it on the soccer field. Protect your eyes with these tips: https://t.co/HrmwjqxLP9 https://t.co/IpEAVg904g
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@masseyeandear
13h Ago
Different sports require different types of safety glasses. For more tips on protecting yourself (and your kids) from eye injuries, read our latest blog post: https://t.co/HrmwjqxLP9 https://t.co/GdvQXxjxvC
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@masseyeandear
1d Ago
“I knew Dr. Randolph was there for me from the start… He told me he would do everything that he could to preserve my voice.”@MassEyeAndEar is fortunate to have physicians like Dr. Randolph, who go above and beyond to care for his patients. https://t.co/3DNIRtXl4m https://t.co/wAjEhBQAPj
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@masseyeandear
1d Ago
For 15-year-old Abby Eisenhauer, a thyroid cancer diagnosis was shocking. When she worried that her treatment plan would destroy her singing voice, Dr. Gregory Randolph knew just how to help. #PatientExperienceWeek https://t.co/3DNIRtXl4m https://t.co/FcycnWn3QR
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@masseyeandear
1d Ago
When Abby was diagnosed with thyroid cancer at the age of 15, she turned to Dr. Gregory Randolph to treat her condition – and save her voice. #PatientExperienceWeek https://t.co/3DNIRtXl4m
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@masseyeandear
2d Ago
“I have a passion for people, and for making healthcare as good as it can be.” @MassEyeAndEar is lucky to have compassionate staff members like Sue Corbett, who works as our Patient Relations Manager. #PatientExperienceWeek https://t.co/K2YopWLiIP
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@masseyeandear
2d Ago
“I love assisting people and advocating for patients.” In celebration of #PatientExperienceWeek, we want to thank Patient Relations Manager Sue Corbett for treating every patient like family. https://t.co/NSCbXtXEjG
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@masseyeandear
2d Ago
“Anything that can be done to improve the quality of patient interactions brings me a lot of happiness.” Sue Corbett, Patient Relations Manager, works hard to ensure that all patients @MassEyeAndEar are treated like family. #PatientExperienceWeek https://t.co/BRtRzFPo2b
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@masseyeandear
3d Ago
Happy #EarthDay! Today, give your eyes a break from screen time by spending time outside. https://t.co/kWxnlgiJ5Z
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@masseyeandear
3d Ago
“Anytime you’re really focused on something — whether it’s a computer screen or a book — you tend to blink less, and your eyes become dry.” This #EarthDay, avoid eye strain by spending time outdoors. https://t.co/kWxnlgiJ5Z
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@masseyeandear
4d Ago
Want more health tips, research updates and patient stories from Mass. Eye and Ear? Subscribe to our monthly email newsletter. https://t.co/J0AgnVeozA
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@masseyeandear
4d Ago
Worried about wrinkles as you get older? Our facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons offer expert advice on how you can reduce signs of aging. https://t.co/VVAcnkOxqv
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@masseyeandear
4d Ago
Did you know? Sun damage is a leading cause of wrinkles. As sunnier weather approaches, keep your skin looking youthful by applying sunscreen. More tips: https://t.co/VVAcnkOxqv
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@masseyeandear
4d Ago
"Making the right changes to your routine and following general skin care guidelines will help you achieve healthier looking skin." More on how to keep your skin looking youthful: https://t.co/VVAcnkOxqv
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@masseyeandear
5d Ago
We're celebrating #SportsEyeSafetyAwarenessMonth by offering tips on how to keep your eyes safe on game day. Learn more: https://t.co/0YlE5M2NRq
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@masseyeandear
5d Ago
Did you know? 90 percent of sports-related eye injuries can be avoided or prevented. This #SportsEyeSafetyAwarenessMonth, keep game day injury-free by wearing protective eyewear. https://t.co/0YlE5M2NRq
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@masseyeandear
5d Ago
“Most eye injuries caused by sports are preventable by using the appropriate gear.” Our experts are here to help you stay injury-free on the field this #SportsEyeSafetyAwarenessMonth. https://t.co/0YlE5M2NRq
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@masseyeandear
6d Ago
Identifying & reducing exposure to the allergen is often the best treatment for #allergies. Find out what you can do to manage your symptoms this season. https://t.co/nInOGNTFVD
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@masseyeandear
6d Ago
With spring comes pesky allergens. Prepare for #allergies this season by requesting an appointment with our Sinus Center. https://t.co/3PzVoWuGgQ
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