Checking pressure inside the eyes takes only a few minutes, it’s not painful and can literally save your sight. The pressure test is part of an eye exam, but can also be done without a comprehensive eye exam. If you are over the age of 40, and/or  you have a family history of Glaucoma, take two minutes out of your day, once every 6 months, to have your pressure checked.

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