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Light Up Your Closets, Cabinets and Dark Corners
November 17, 2017

Light Up Your Closets, Cabinets and Dark Corners

With the end of Daylight Saving time, we are heading into the shortest days and the longest hours of darkness. But that doesn't mean that we have to live without the best lighting to help us see when the sun goes down.

Wrist Lights, Pen Flashlights, Headband Lights and Motion Sensing Lights

One of the most common frustrations for those with macular degeneration is that there never seems to be enough light. Closets and cupboards seem darker and finding the right piece of clothing or can of soup becomes increasingly difficult.

Less light enters the eye as we age and and those with macular degeneration are impacted by this even more. The ability to provide light in those dark, unlit places has become increasingly easy and inexpensive.

Find out some of the ways you can eliminate or reduce the impact of "darkness" in your world:

Ways to Light Up Cupboards, Closets and Dark Corners

Leslie Degner, RN, BSN

Better Health for Better Vision

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