Start screening for eye disease at age 40

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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - At age 40 is when eye doctors suggest adults should start having their eyes screened.

    Early symptoms of eye disease and vision changes typically start showing up.

    And from the initial screening, your eye care physician can chart a course for follow-up exams.

    Dr. Dan Hennessey, with Little Rock Eye Clinic, stops by "THV 11 News This Morning" with more.

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