We all use sunscreen to protect our skin, but don't forget to protect your eyes as well. Summertime means more time spent outdoors, and studies show that exposure to bright sunlight may increase the risk of developing cataracts and growths on the eye, including cancer.
According to a national Sun Safety Survey conducted by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, only about half of people who wear sunglasses say they check the UV rating before buying.
Saturday, July 13, 2019 @ 9 a.m. - www.pihradio.net
July is UV Awareness Month - With Dr. Seldomridge
The good news is that you can easily protect yourself. In order to be eye smart in the sun, tune in and learn what American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends to protect your eyes from the summer sun.
My special repeat guest this Saturday morning is Ophthalmologist Dr. Dianna Seldomridge from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
The call in # is 347-945-7433. We will not be accepting on-air callers this Saturday, as this is a pre-recorded show.
Partners in Health and Biz Radio Show
Partners in Health and Biz
Podcasting on www.pihradio.net - and Spreaker.com
10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. E.S.T. every 1st and 3rd Sat. of each month with Wendy Meyeroff
9 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. E.S.T. every 2nd & 4th Sat. of each month - with Gail Dixon
Broadcasting on Spreaker.com - Saturday's from 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. E.S.T.
Tune into the Show - Live call in #347-945-7433
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Gail Dixon is the founder/producer and co-host of the “Partners in Health and Biz” radio show, which celebrated seven years of broadcasting on Sept. 25, 2018. Gail began her voice over career in 2017, creating customized audio commercials, audio books and a variety of audio productions for her clients. She specializes in health and wellness. Her multiple years of experience as a health and wellness consultant makes her one of the leading local health writers in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area. She has numerous contacts in the field of medicine, health and wellness.
Wendy Meyeroff started working as a reporter and was the managing editor of health care magazines in the 80s. She segued into business-to-business advertising and then to public relations. Early on, she found that she could write not only clinical materials but also for the lay public. Indeed, Wendy found that she had a definite knack for "consumer-speak," a skill that is lacking among most medical writers.