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Cupcake Day 15th June

  Icing. Lots of sprinkles. And a big helping of hope for people affected by dementia Dementia is the number one cause of death in England and Wales. It doesn’t discriminate and currently there’s...

Date: 15/06/2017
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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

  On Thursday 15th June 2017 it is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Started by the UN in 2012, this global event looks to raise awareness of the abuse the elders in our society are subjected to and looks...

Date: 15/06/2017
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National Glaucoma Awareness Week 12-18 June 2017

Pressure checked? What have you checked in the last two years? #GetEyeWise How often do you check the pressure in your car tyres, your boiler, your blood pressure? What about eye pressure though? Did you know that...

Date: 12/06/2017
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Dementia Awareness Week

  Dementia Awareness Week is supported by the Alzheimer's Society. The Alzheimer's Society is a UK charity which provides support and research for those affected by dementia. In the UK, there are about...

Date: 15/05/2017
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It’s Healthy Vision Month!

Make Your Vision Last a Lifetime. When it comes to our health, we often visit our doctor or nurse regularly to make sure our bodies are healthy. But what about our eyes? They’re not always at the top...

Date: 09/05/2017
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Midland Eye at Touchwood 12th May

  Solihull shoppers will have an opportunity to find out about the latest surgical eye procedures when representatives from Midland Eye will be on hand to answer questions at the Touchwood Centre on Friday May...

Date: 09/05/2017
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Professor Shah talks on BBC Radio WM

Listen to Professor Sunil Shah talking on BBC Radio WM with Alex Lester.on whether medical professionals should inform the DVLA of drivers with poor eyesight.  Go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04vjgl3 to...

Date: 21/03/2017
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Mr Ian A Cunliffe answers the top FAQs on Glaucoma

  What is glaucoma? This is a group of conditions that affect the nerve of sight at the back of the eye ( the optic nerve). Damage to this nerve causes loss of the field of vision, that can be slowly progressive.   What...

Date: 13/03/2017
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