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What are you doing to protect your vision?

May is Healthy Vision Month and WXXI Reachout Radio wants to remind you that keeping your vision healthy allows you to see and enjoy all that the world and your life has to offer. Did you know that people with diabetes have a higher risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, cataracts or glaucoma? Learn more about diabetic eye disease.

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This week's PODCASTS

National Braille Press

In the course of his career, Deane Blazie developed and produced the Braille ‘n Speak, the Braille Lite, the Braille Blazer and other innovations in accessibility technology. Join hosts Peter and Nancy Torpey as they speak with him about those, other of his products and some more recent projects he’s worked on.


Pets+Us #1722: Cornell Veterinary Equine Park

May 22, 2017
ruffian.cornell.edu

Host Mary DeFranco shares articles from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine's Spring 2017 Edition of "Snoops" where we'll learn about the important work done at Cornell, including research at the Cornell Equine Park, canine dentistry, and cancer.

Here you see Cornell equine specialists using the standing MRI machine.


Reviews: Mystery & Suspense

Conclusion to the New Yorker magazine article "The Apathetic". In Sweden, hundreds of refugee children have fallen unconscious after being informed that their families will be expelled from the country. The patients seem to lose the will to live.

:  Nutrition Acton Newsletter provides information on studies on benefits of calorie restricted diets and offers their take on memory-enhancing and anti-aging supplements.

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