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August 14 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter

An Eye on Vision Issues

Volume 8; Issue 2 Week of August 12 to August 18

Hello, Everyone.

Hope everyone is having a good week so far. I was a little sad because of the end of the Olympic Games but thoroughly enjoyed the event. London presented an excellent program. Well Done London.

Women for the USA took care of business. The USA captured 104 medals and 63% of the medals were won by women athletes. Excellent job!

August means some children must begin to think about the start of a new school year and this is a great time to print out an eye chart and do a quick vision screening. An eye chart printed on regular paper should be placed on a wall 10 feet away and then ask your child to read the 20/20 line. If they read the line without any mistakes, the child’s vision is normal.

Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind.

1. Database Management Specialist - West Allis, WI

2. Accounts Payable Clerk - 515 N. 51st Ave Suite 130 Phoenix, AZ 85043

3. Production Worker - Rochester, NY

Forum News: Visit the Vision Issues forum and post your thoughts about this week’s article. In addition, post any vision related issue you would like more information about and I will research the topic and compose an article. I want to write articles that interest the reader’s of the
Vision Issues site.

This Week’s Article: Vision and Eye Healthy Foods

Cooking foods high in nutrients that support the health of the eyes is important to people of all ages. Children need the nutrients for proper development and adults need the nutrients to slow the development of age related vision issues. Learn important information about some of the best types of foods to eat to maintain healthy vision in this week’s article. Use the link provided below to go directly to the article.

Coming Next Week: Cataract Surgery Is the Surgery Right for You

Learn more about cataracts and the treatments available for the vision issue. Do you know the information needed to help make the decision of whether you should have cataract surgery or not? What makes a person a good candidate for the surgery?

Until next week – Have a great week!

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Vision & Eye Healthy Foods
Healthy vision begins with a proper diet, which provides the essential nutrients needed for good vision. Do you know what foods provide the correct nutrients? Do you have some favorite vision healthy recipes? Learn more about eye healthy foods today.

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Dean Ingalls, Vision Issues Editor

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