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Here are the top ten articles for the Vision Issues Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Script Talk by Envision America review
An easy program for medication management for the vision impaired. Do you take several medications and need a method of organizing the medicines? Script Talk could be the solution! Read more…
2. Lucentis Approved for Treatment of DME
Lucentis injections approved by FDA for the treatment of Diabetic Macular Edema (DME). Find out more…
3. Organization for Visually Impaired Artists, Musicians and Writers
Friends-in-Art is a national organization of writers, sculptors, painters, raconteurs, dancers, actors, musicians, and art enthusiasts who just happen to be blind or visually impaired.
4. Tel-Time Pyramid Talking Alarm clock Review
What time is it? The visually impaired accomplish finding the time of day differently, most of the time with the aid of a talking product. Talking products assist the visually impaired to complete daily tasks. The Tel-Time Pyramid Talking Alarm Clock is a great example! It’s one of my favorites.
5. Restasis Chronic Dry Eye Medication
Restasis, medication designed to relieve and improve symptoms of Chronic Dry Eye. Discover specific information about the product.
6. Is Ocuvite Lutein Eye Supplement Helpful?
Who should take Ocuvite? Ocuvite a multi-vitamin supplement when taken can replace missing nutrients necessary for maintaining healthy eyes. Is Ocuvite a supplement you should take for your vision issue?
7. Easy Home Eye Exam for Children, Teens, and Adult
Have you had your vision tested lately? You should have a vision exam every two years. An easy home eye exam is available for children three years and up, teens, and adults. Don’t wait another minute learn how to test your loved ones vision at home. Early detection can prevent vision loss.
8. 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.
9. Helping Visually Impaired Residents of Georgia!
Visually impaired residents of Georgia have a place to go for resources, support and training. The Center for Visually Impaired of Georgia offers a client dealing with vision issues a variety of services. What help can you find for yourself or a loved one dealing with vision loss?
10. Free Music Lessons National Library Services
Do you want to learn to play an instrument? Where can you find free help? A visually impaired/blind individual with the desire to learn to play an instrument such as a piano or guitar can find free lessons and information from the National Library Services.
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