To Your Health-Eye Exam Apps

YOU'VE LOST YOUR GLASSES OR CONTACTS AGAIN, AND YOU DON'T HAVE TIME TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH AN EYE DOCTOR. WELL, THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT. BUT ARE MOBILE AND ONLINE EXAMS TRULY AS GOOD AS GOING TO THE OPHTHALMOLOGIST?

Parkersburg Police Chief Joseph Martin on Memorial Day Driving Safety

Parkersburg Police Chief Joseph Martin on Memorial Day Driving Safety

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May is Healthy Vision Month, sponsored by the CDC and National Eye Institute, to teach people how vision problems can affect them, and how to protect their eyesight and overall eye health.

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Daybreak Interview 5/22/18: Ohio Valley Humane Society

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