Posted September 29, 2018 09:19:54 When you’ve been watching television, reading books, and listening to music all day, it’s probably a good idea to take a quick eye exam.
If you’re like most people, the last thing you want to do when you’re sick is wait until the last minute to get an eye exam, which can take hours or days.
But a new study by a team of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania shows that you can safely skip the exam altogether by taking the time to do something more productive.
The study was conducted in the Philadelphia area between January and March, and it surveyed 712 patients who had been hospitalized for eye infections over the past three months.
Among those who had the most eye infections, half were taking their eye exams, and nearly one in five of them were taking them within the previous three days.
The patients also had a range of symptoms, ranging from mild discomfort to severe discomfort.
The study found that a good eye exam can be done at home, even in the middle of a busy workday.
In fact, a good test can be scheduled for at least a week before you start work, and even during your off-hours.
What you can do insteadIf you don’t want to take the exam at home (or work), you can still schedule it for your next scheduled time.
For example, if you are a nurse and you’ve got a headache, you could schedule your eye exam at 8 a.m. or 9 a.p.m., depending on the time of day.
You can also use your smartphone to record your scheduled eye exam and upload the results to the eEye database.
A study in 2015 also found that taking the eye exam is safer than sitting in a chair for long periods of time.
And if you have to be on call for emergencies, the study found you can avoid an eye infection by taking a walk.
You can find out more about taking your eye tests at eEye.org.
Read more about eye exams at eHealth.