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Valley Contax Welcomes Dr. Sheila Morrison as the Newest Try Not To Blink Podcast Host

Doctor brings fresh insights to the world of optometry.

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(PRESS RELEASE) EUGENE, OR – Valley Contax, Inc. is thrilled to introduce Dr. Sheila Morrison as the latest addition to the Try Not To Blink Podcast hosting team, joining Dr. Roya Habibi.

Launched in 2018, Try Not To Blink Podcast has grown to deliver over 250 episodes focusing on the latest news, tips, and tricks for those who live the optometry lifestyle.

Dr. Morrison’s arrival promises exciting discussions, expert insights, and a fresh perspective on the dynamic world of optometry. The entire Try Not to Blink family eagerly anticipates the remarkable conversations and discoveries she will bring to the show.

To stay up-to-date with the latest episodes, simply search “Try Not to Blink” on your favorite podcast app or visit TryNot2Blink.com.

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