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April 3 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter

An Eye on Vision Issues

Volume 4, Issue 1 – April 1st to 7th.

Hello, Everyone.
April begins the planting season where I live. I have enjoyed the scents of new blooming flowers and freshly plowed fields while completing my daily walk. I urge everyone to work into your daily schedule some time outside and enjoy the offerings of nature. It’s not only good for your health but fun.

Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American foundation for the blind.

1. Assistant Store Manager - 2 Positions - Washington DC & Vicinity

2. BSC Cashier (3 Positions) - West Point NY / Suitland MD / Washington DC

3. CNC Programming Technician - Phoenix, Arizona

4. We love our Wounded Warriors and Disabled Veterans - Apply with us - Alexandria, Virginia

Health News: Gastric Bypass Surgery on Obese controls Diabetes prevent blindness – two studies revealed –

Forum News:

1. Test your vision knowledge by taking the 10-question quiz.

2. I visited four different eye doctors before my particular eye condition was correctly diagnosed. Tell us your story on the new “Eye Doctor Experiences” thread.

This Week’s Article:

Explaining to young children about their first trip to the eye doctor is not easy. This week’s article provides two helpful products that can make the visit to the eye doctor a positive experience. Click on the link provided to go directly to the article.

Coming Next Week:

A talking product that provides easy access to important everyday information to the visually and physically disabled.

Until next week - Have a great week!


Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at

Magenta Gets Glasses Blues Clues Child Book Review
Experiencing an eye exam and getting glasses is scary for children. Do you know how the child’s book, “Magenta Gets Glasses” paralleling an episode with the same title from the Blue’s Clues children show makes the experience easier? Also, included is information for viewing a helpful YouTube video.

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Dean Ingalls, Vision Issues Editor

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