On the third January show, Dr. Bill Harbour of the Ocular Oncology Service at the Washington University in St. Louis is featured discussing retinoblastoma, which is an eye cancer that mainly affects children.
Then, we'll have two people from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Dr. Ronald Klein goes over a surprising study that shows a decrease in the number of age-related macular degeneration cases in those over 40.
Dr. Julie Mares, also of the University of Wisconsin, explains how a healthy diet and exercise can help in the fight against macular degeneration.
Friday, January 7, 2011
NFB Blind Driver Challenge
(Logo: Courtesy of National Federation of the Blind)
Dr. Earl Smith
(Photo: Courtesy of the University of Houston)
On the second January show, we'll have the NFB's Anil Lewis discussing the Blind Driver Challenge, which involves using computer interfaces to help those who are blind to drive independently.
Then, Dr. Earl Smith of the University of Houston College of Optometry will be along to explain how the retinal peripheral image can affect myopia.
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