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These healthy turkey burgers will turn your July 4th weekend barbeque into an eye- healthy feast! Turkey is high in zinc, and the orange peppers and green onion will provide your eyes with lutein and zeaxanthin. For a lighter version, omit the whole-wheat buns and enjoy your turkey burger wrapped in lettuce leaves. Turkey Burgers […]

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When: Friday, June 15, 2018 – 12:30pm Join Dr. Brad Snead from Snead Eye group to discuss various eye conditions and treatment options followed by a one on one brief evaluation with the doctor.  Venue Location Florida Blue Fort Myers 8041 Plaza del Lago Drive Estero, FL 33928 For directions call: 239-494-3460 CLICK HERE TO RSVP

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Brace yourself Florida: Here comes the H.E.A.T. Have you noticed the sudden rise in our SWFL temperatures? It seems that summer has arrived in full force, and it’s only May! With all that intense heat from the sun lately, we wanted to share some information about the power of the sun as it relates to your [...]
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SNEAD HEALTHY EYE RECIPE It might seem hot enough outside to “fry an egg on the sidewalk,” but we have a better idea for eggs with this month’s healthy eye recipe. Eggs can help boost the amount of protective pigment in the macula, the part of your eye that controls central vision, and they’re packed [...]
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This month’s healthy eye recipe is fresh and bright with a super-boost of eye-friendly nutrients such as Vitamin A, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, and Lycopene from the tomatoes, plus rich flavor from one of the healthiest fats for overall health – especially eyesight. Salmon, a well-known natural source of vitamin D, also happens to be one of […]

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Prevent Blindness has designated April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month in an effort to educate women about the steps they can take today to help preserve vision in the future. Can you believe it’s April already? Spring has certainly sprung, and Mother Nature is busy once again with her annual plans for renewal, rejuvenation, […]

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We encourage good eating habits that support eye health all year long, but especially in March, we want to remind employers and employees about how important high nutritional value is to keeping healthcare costs down – especially as good nutrition relates to combatting many vision ailments. This month’s healthy eye recipe is chock-full of good [...]
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March is Workplace Eye Wellness and Safety Month. When considering “eye wellness and safety” at work, many of us imagine an industrial setting with orange safety vests, hard hats, and protective goggles. Certainly, eye safety measures must be taken at industrial work sites, but all other workplaces must remain vigilant about increasing eye wellness and […]

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February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and Low Vision Awareness Month. “That's interesting," you say. “But, what is low vision?” Having low vision means that even with regular glasses, contact lenses, medication, or surgery, you may find it difficult to perform everyday tasks. Those with low vision have a little useful sight left — just enough to recognize their surroundings [...]
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February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and Low Vision Awareness Month. AMD is a leading cause of vision loss, affecting more than 2 million Americans age 50 and older. But, you can take action to fight AMD with healthy food and beverage choices. This month’s healthy eye recipe is both healthful and delicious. With just three simple […]

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