Let’s Connect for AMD & Low Vision Awareness Month!

connectingOdds are, if you don’t suffer from Macular Degeneration yourself, you know someone who is affected by it either directly or indirectly. In fact, this potentially devastating disease affects as many as 11 million people in the United States alone.

We see social media as a way for us to help people understand the benefits of AMD awareness, ocular health and prevention methods. During this Macular Degeneration & Low vision awareness month, we aim to make retaining critical information and treatment techniques easy for you. After all, knowledge is power!

Connect with us and other AMD awareness supporters on the very social networking sites you already enjoy spending time on. You’ll learn, connect and become knowledgeable about important topics like macular degeneration symptoms and treatment without even realizing it.

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If you haven’t already done so, subscribe to AMD blog! Our blog (as you hopefully already know) covers a diverse range of Macular degeneration related subjects. From real interviews with top doctors to household tips to advances in AMD research, our timely articles can be conveniently sent straight to your e-mail account.

Facebook

Our Facebook community is full of AMD patients, those who have loved ones with AMD and some who are just interested in technological advances, prevention and tips regarding the disease. Connect, discuss, ask questions and share your feelings on our page! ‘Like’ us to get daily updates.

Twitter

Follow us on Twitter to get real time updates during times of progress, as well as plenty of useful tips and articles on how to prevent AMD, live with it and help those who suffer from it. Tweet us a comment or question @MacuHealth !

LinkedIn

Find our company page on LinkedIn, where you can browse and connect in a more professional setting. Gather information about AMD treatment, products and services. There are also plenty of useful AMD-related articles on our LinkedIn page.

Thanks to those of you who have already connected with us on these platforms! We love making new acquaintances and it means a lot that you take the time to connect and engage with us! We hope you’ll help us in our mission to prevent and educate others about age-related macular degeneration.

Below you’ll find additional websites with insight and information regarding macular degeneration:

www.macuhealth.com –MacuHealth is a patented nutritional supplement that contains all three components found in the macula. Visit this site to learn more about how you can save your vision with eye supplements.

http://macuhealth.com/finddoctor.htm – Use this search to find a MacuHealth provider near you.

http://www.webrn-maculardegeneration.com – Registered nurse, Leslie Degner’s goal is to educate and raise awareness on AMD causes, symptoms and treatment.

http://www.amd.org – AMD.org is a particularly good website for individuals coping with a recent AMD diagnosis. This site has information, resources and support options for patients.

Remember- just because you don’t currently have macular degeneration or low vision, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t educate yourself. Let’s ALL connect!

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