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Thanks to lots of sunshine and rain, our blueberry bushes have produced a large enough crop to fill the freezer for antioxidant rich smoothies throughout the year. Why do we care so much about getting lots of these antioxidant rich berries in our diet?
Floaters -Vitreous Floaters, Causes of Eye Floaters, and What is a Detached Retina?
Eccentric Viewing - How to maximize your useable vision when you have loss of central vision or central scotoma from macular degeneration. Video showing you how to find and use your peripheral vision so you can see with more clarity.
I have been following the research of Johanna Seddon for many years. She attended Tufts New England Medical Center for her ophthalmology residency and then became the first ophthalmologist to obtain a graduate degree in epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Why Get a Macular Degeneration Specialist on Your Team - Retina Doctors, Low Vision Optometrists, Low Vision Rehab Specialist and More.
Dome Magnifier - A reading magnifier that glides across your reading material. Use it on a flat surface. Clear focus and magnification for newspapers, bills, and photos.
Eric Tremblay, Optics Architect and Engineering Manager, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland has been working with a team of researchers from the University of California San Diego on a prototype of eye wear that could offer hope to those with macular degeneration.
Lighted Magnifier - Light Up with a Magnifying Desk Lamp, a Magnifying Floor Lamp or Magnifying Glass with Light
While research continues to seek better and less invasive treatment for wet AMD, one Swiss company is looking at improving the eye injection process through the use of robotics.
Perhaps like me most of you start your morning with a cup of coffee to warm you up and to get you going. Making a pot of coffee is a morning routine that you've had for years but with your vision changes filling the coffee pot with water, measuring the coffee grounds and then pouring the coffee into your mug contribute to your frustration and irritation. How you can simplify this morning routine: