Seeing for Life©
Are you at risk for the aging eye diseases of cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and diabetes? 
Is deteriorating vision an inevitable part of growing old? 

With today’s active lifestyles, accepting poor vision is simply not an option. You must do everything you can right now to protect your eyesight As you worry about your own sight or witness the deteriorating vision of a loved one, you will have lots of questions to ask. In Seeing for Life,  internationally recognized eye physician and surgeon, Dr. Robert M. Kershner provides you with the answers to everything you need to know for a lifetime of clear vision and healthy eyes. Seeing for Life
It’s a startling statistic, more than one-half of all Americans will develop a potentially blinding eye disease during their lifetime.  And if you’re over the age of 65, the risk of blindness is 10 times greater. Should you be worried? If you’re older than forty years of age, you should be. As one of the 77,702,865 million aging baby boomers born between the years of 1946 and 1964, you are about to find out that taking your sight for granted could leave you permanently in the dark. Clear Vision to age 88 and Beyond