Each share of the FOCUS graphic on social media will generate a donation from Horizon to the patient advocacy organization, Prevent Blindness.
National eye health and safety group provides ideas on alternatives to using fireworks for Independence Day celebrations.
Recipients will have the opportunity to present at the virtual Ninth Annual Prevent Blindness Focus on Eye Health National Summit.
It's an effort to educate public on world’s leading cause of vision loss.
Launch coincides with the organization's new 'Be a Visionary' campaign.
It has declared May 17-23, 2020 as “Inherited Retinal Disease Genetic Testing Week.”
Women have a higher prevalence of many of the major vision problems.
About 2,000 US workers sustain job-related eye injuries each day.
Development of these new resources was supported by a grant from Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals.
Volunteers will advocate on the need to provide support, funding for vision and eye health programs and services.
These include Jenny Pomeroy Award for Excellence in vision and public health, and the new Rising Visionary Award.
More than 3.2 million Americans ages 40 and over have the condition.
The vote was held Nov. 1 at the 2019 Prevent Blindness Annual Board Meeting in Chicago.
Prevent Blindness offers new informational resource for November’s diabetes-related eye disease awareness month.
And the CDC and Prevent Blindness both release informative reports and resources or practitioners.
The deadline is Nov. 15.
Non-profit group urges consumers to seek expert advice, obtain a prescription for all contact lenses.
The event will take place on March 26, 2020.
It will provide funds to promote healthy vision for kids.
They are offering the newly revised 'Guide to Vision Health for Your Newborn, Infant, and Toddler.'
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