By

Jen Anderson
    We hope all the dads out there had a fantastic Father’s Day!   In honor of all the fathers, we wanted to celebrate and share a little bit about one of the Fathers of Pediatric Ophthalmology.   The study of pediatric ophthalmology was significantly impacted for the better by Dr. Marshall Parks.  His lifelong...
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    I will never forget the moment we were able to take the eye shields off of my baby girl after her eye surgery. For the first time in her little life, she could actually see mom and dad. It was a bigger smile than I’d ever seen before. And what a joy it...
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  Meet Jack!   There’s something about cute babies in glasses that’s hard to resist.  We’ve all seen videos of little babies getting glasses for the first time and their faces light up. That joyful moment, when the child’s face lights up in a smile, we call that a “See More Smile!” Jack’s family has...
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    Research published this month in the medical journal, JAMA Ophthalmology, concludes that vision impairment in 3-5 year old children is expected to increase 26% by the year 2060, affecting more than 220,000 preschool children.   This is a startling finding considering that 94% of current cases of visual impairment reviewed in this study...
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The Children’s Eye Foundation had a great time at the 2017 Annual AAPOS Meeting in Nashville!   Our Silent Auction at the Opening Reception was a fun night full of blinky rings!  Congrats to all who won the incredible items and a sincere thank you to those who contributed.  And on Monday evening a sell-out...
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