Prospects of 2023: Zoomax, Give Me a Clear Vision for Future

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Most people have new hopes and wishes when the New Year begins. Andy has his one, too. As a boy with vision loss, Andy had a hard time in the past. But sooner later, he benefited from low vision aids greatly. What type of video magnifier does he use? What did he discover when using visual aids? What is his prospect in 2023? Here comes the dialogue between Andy and Zoomax, sharing all the answers you may be interested in. You will be inspired if you take a few minutes to read it.

What Are The Main Types Of Glaucoma?

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Do you know that January is Glaucoma Awareness month? Glaucoma is also called “sneak thief of sight”. This eye disease covers a wide range of people, doesn’t have any signs before the onset of it, and cannot be cured. In this read, two main types of glaucoma will be introduced. And at the end of the article, you will know where to get more resources about glaucoma.

New Year,Let Us Keep Healthy - Exercises for the Low Vision

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Happy New Year! 2023 is coming finally. Did you travel, enjoy meals and movies with your loved ones during the New Year holiday? Did you keep doing exercises? What types of exercises are suitable for the visual impairments as you know? This read is going to share some ideas and tips, which could be definitely helpful for everyone with low vision.

Eye Strain? It’s Time to Take Good Care of Your Eye

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Do you use phone, computer, watch TV or work indoors every day? Is there a moment you feel eye strain strongly and just need to close your eyes for a break? If your answer is all "yes", this article will be helpful for you to understand more about eye strain and how to protect your eyes. Additionally, people with low vision conditions will get the tips of avoiding eye strain as well.

Hey, Santa is Coming for Vision: Christmas Gift for You

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Christmas is a time for gathering with families and loved ones, having fun, and doing things everyone enjoys. We look forward to Christmas more and more each year. Even those with vision impairments should be able to take pleasure in all of these activities on par with everyone else. We interview some people who have low-vision family members, let us look at their stories and plans for the forthcoming Christmas season!

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