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    9. Top 5 ways to help your patients safely view the eclipse

    The biggest event of the summer this year was the Great American Solar Eclipse.

    Just about everyone in the eclipse’s wide path across the country stepped outside for at least a few minutes on August 21 to experience it.

    Associate Editor Giovanni Castelli found five ways for safe viewing for ODs to recommend to their patients to avoid ocular damage.

    Keep this list handy—the next eclipse with totality visible in the U.S. will take place in 2024. You’ll need to advise your patients about safe viewing then.


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