• 25 APR 19
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    Ravens Read NFL Draft Pick in Braille

    Ravens Read NFL Draft Pick in Braille

    It's encouraging to see another professional sport’s franchise from our home town (Baltimore) take the lead and raise awareness for the visually impaired. Kudos to the Baltimore Ravens for scoring a huge touchdown with Mo Gaba who will read the fourth round pick in braille at the 2019 NFL Draft. Way to go Baltimore Ravens forRead more →
    • 22 DEC 18
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    Preventing blindness in those with retinal degeneration

    Preventing blindness in those with retinal degeneration

    Some important news was reported in Science Daily earlier this year, news of great importance and potential to those suffering with retinitis pigmentosa, a condition that slowly steals vision and leads to blindness. More than two million people around the world live with the inherited disease that has no cure. Science Daily reported on aRead more →
    • 13 JUN 19
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    Pooling Our Resources: Tips for Swimming Blind

    Pooling Our Resources: Tips for Swimming Blind

    By Holly Bonner An instant solution for beating the summer heat is to take a relaxing dip in the pool, but strangely enough many people often wonder if the blind and visually impaired community can participate in different water activities. Swimming is an excellent sport for individuals with vision loss because it can be enjoyedRead more →
    • 05 NOV 18
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    November news roundup

    November news roundup

    We like to keep you updated on the latest news from the world of ophthalmology and there are two very interesting items this week. The first is new research that shows the importance of wearing UV eyewear to protect the delicate skin around the eyes. The second news item is that Pinterest, the popular onlineRead more →