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Each year our social media community continues to grow not only in numbers, but also engagement.

Here are the top 10 most engaged posts on Facebook between July and December 2019:

1: Mother discovers her daughter, 4, has cancer after spotting a white dot on the girl’s eye (published 9 July 2019)

2: Identify changes in the retina that can be used to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease (published 18 September 2019)

3: RANZCO developing guidelines for injections by non-ophthalmologists (published 1 August 2019)

4: A British woman was diagnosed with a tennis-ball sized brain tumour after an optician spotted abnormalities during an eye exam (published 30 August 2019)

5: A British teenager has gone blind after developing nutritional optic neuropathy by eating a diet of only junk food for years (published 4 September 2019)

6: Optometrists warned to be vigilant with MBS billing after big jump in Medicare repayments (published 26 November 2019)

7: Eye scanner to potentially diagnose autism being trialled (published 27 August 2019)

8: Team of Australian researchers who have found that a non-invasive eye scan can identify changes in the retina that could be used to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease (published 17 September 2019)

9: Optometry Australia has warned users of false eyelashes to reconsider the practice for the sake of their eye health as optometrists are seeing more patients with lash mites (published 22 November 2019)

10: Margaret Lam appointed National Director to Optometry Australia (published 17 December 2019)

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