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Glaucoma

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  • Junior Blind camp helps build confidence, teaches independence

    A boy squints a little as he walks around the gym that's full of workout equipment. He jumps onto a treadmill and runs for a short time, only to switch to an exercise bike. Then it's on to the various weight machines. Aaron Calderon, 11, has...
  • Doreen's Deals: Big savings on pet shots

    Doreen's Deals: Big savings on pet shots
    Buster, our One-Eyed Jack Russell terrier, does a pretty good Elvis impression when we walk into the vet's office. I'm all shook up when I get the bill. Buster, who lost an eye last year to glaucoma (he's fine), will soon get the shivers because it's...
  • Community news: Lions Club provides vision screenings, musician Isabella Ramos to perform, TubaChristmas concert

    Community news: Lions Club provides vision screenings, musician Isabella Ramos to perform, TubaChristmas concert
    The Northwest Glendale Lions Club provided vision screenings during the third annual Glendale Health Festival sponsored by the Armenian American Medical Society of Southern California at the Pacific Community Center in November. The Lions have provided...
  • Drinking Three or More Cups of Coffee a Day linked to Glaucoma

    Drinking Three or More Cups of Coffee a Day linked to Glaucoma
    (KTLA) Drinking at least three cups of coffee a day could increase your risk of developing glaucoma, according to a new study. Researchers at Harvard University found that men and women who are heavy coffee drinkers are 34 percent more likely to...
  • American Diabetes Month/ Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month-Fitness Syndicate vs. Obesity

    Gayle Anderson was live in Lawndale for to kick off AMERICAN DIABETES MONTH/ DIABETIC EYE DISEASE AWARENESS MONTH with the FITNESS SYNDICATE VS OBESITY.  In honor of American Diabetes Month and Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, we want to remind...
  • Pet of the Week

    Pet of the Week
    Readers may remember Sonny from a column last April. We'd like to remind you that he still awaits his chance for the right home. This nine-year-old Akita mix has a handsome golden-brown fur coat. He is easy to walk on leash, house-trained and well-...
  • Evelyn Bryan Johnson dies at 102; pioneering female pilot

    Evelyn Bryan Johnson dies at 102; pioneering female pilot
    With her husband serving in the Army Air Forces during World War II, Evelyn Bryan Johnson was looking for something to occupy her time when she wasn't running their dry-cleaning business in Jefferson City, Tenn. She found it in a small advertisement...
  • Thousands will head to Senior Games

     Thousands will head to Senior Games
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — While the Olympians were competing in London, thousands of other elite athletes were setting their sights on a major international event this fall. The Huntsman World Senior Games are the world's largest annual multisport...
  • What women can do about thinning hair

    What women can do about thinning hair
    No one wants to lose their hair, but for a woman it is particularly distressing. While men can look perfectly presentable — even sexy — with their exposed scalp, no such options exist for the 30 million American women who grapple with thinning...
  • Some nutrients can stave off vision loss and eye disease that occurs as we age

    Some nutrients can stave off vision loss and eye disease that occurs as we age
    Even if you are reading this without glasses, it's not too early to start taking your eye vitamins. Some nutrients can stave off the burdensome vision loss and eye disease that occur as we age, mounting research suggests. But claims by supplement...
  • Should all African Americans get glaucoma screening?

    Should all African Americans get glaucoma screening?
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Screening middle-aged African Americans for glaucoma may prevent some from losing their vision, but the benefits are modest and costly, suggests a new study. About two percent of Americans over age 40 are affected by glaucoma,...
  • Cypress Hill Smokeout returns with Sublime with Rome, more

     
    Cypress Hill's annual Smokeout returns to the Southland....