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The Proof Is in the People

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EyePromise® is proud of the hard work, dedication, and quality put into our products, but we’re also proud of the people who help add that quality to our business. Our Customer Support team not only sets us apart, but they do everything in their power to make sure our partners have the best experience possible. They are nothing short of amazing, and they touch nearly every aspect of our partnerships. Continue reading The Proof Is in the People

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World Sight Day 2017

World Sight DayWe don’t often think about the importance of the 5 senses. It takes no effort to hear the alarm go off in the morning, slip on fluffy slippers, smell coffee brewing, taste breakfast, and see what the day will bring you. Because they take little to no thought to utilize, the senses are often taken for granted. Continue reading World Sight Day 2017

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Can Nutraceutical Support of Visual Function Help Protect the Brain from Concussion?

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By Dr. Dorothy Hitchmoth

In the recent movie Concussion, actor Will Smith, playing the now infamous doctor Bennet Omalu, says, “repetitive head trauma chokes the brain”.   I know this is true.  My 20 years as a VA eye doctor is a privilege that bears the reality of the effects of repeat brain trauma as well as the perseverance embedded in the souls of our nation’s finest men and women.  My perspective on treating these patients is hardly mired given my proverbial view to the brain. Continue reading Can Nutraceutical Support of Visual Function Help Protect the Brain from Concussion?

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The University of Virginia’s Nutritional Approach to Championship Tennis Performance

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The University of Virginia men’s tennis program has seen an unprecedented level of success over the last several years.  Having claimed two of the past three NCAA men’s tennis titles, the University goes above and beyond to ensure that each tennis player is in position to succeed.  And while a lot of their success can be attributed to the hard work put in on the courts, a big part of their success should be credited to what they are doing off the courts to improve tennis performance.

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