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Mayo Clinic Minute: Tips to safely watch the total solar eclipse

Dr. William Brown, a Mayo Clinic optometrist, says staring directly at the sun can be damaging to your eyes, but by using specifically designed eclipse glasses, you and your family should be able to thoroughly enjoy this opportunity. Dr. Brown says the only time the sun can be viewed without these proper safety glasses will be during total eclipse — that short time when the moon covers the sun completely. Dr. Brown recommends visiting the American Astronomical Society for a listing of reputable vendors of approved safety eclipse glasses.

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