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Coping with Low Vision

 By Kinshasa A. Coghill, M.S. For most of her 76 years, Carolyn was a regular visitor at Philadelphia’s many museums. She also loved gardening and especially enjoyed Saturday afternoon strolls along the tree lined streets of her quiet neighborhood with it’s flower covered lawns and wind chimes. But in the past several years, her walks have only left her frustrated and worried. On several occasions, she has tripped and fell on the sidewalks made uneven by tree roots. She used [...]

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Study: Seniors Worry About Vision, Aren’t Taking Preventative Steps

The National Eye Institute estimates that over the next 30 years, the number of Americans that experience eye health issues will double because of aging baby boomers. The Eye on the Boomer survey[...]

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IMPACT OF AGING SIGHT & HEARING LOSS ON COGNITION

IMPACT OF AGING SIGHT & HEARING LOSS ON COGNITION "DEMYSTIFYING SENSORY LOSS" Johns Hopkins & the National Institutes of Health Expert Research Update WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Prevention of[...]

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A Permanent Address

A Permanent Address
As a long-time mail carrier, Frank Robinson prided himself on ensuring correspondence was received at what had become very familiar destinations. There is one address in particular, however, with[...]

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The Aging Eye and Vision Loss

Imagine what it is like to have poor vision, especially if you have had good vision all your life. For millions of Americans, this is a reality. New advancements in eye care, however, have contributed[...]

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