Zombie Eyes and Other Vision Hazards to Avoid this Halloween

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Written By MGP Member Dr. Catherine Bene

Board Certified Ophthalmologist at Advanced Eye Specialists

Halloween Female Eyes

What’s scarier than the walking dead on Halloween night? Costumes that can endanger your eyes with exposure to infection, ulcers and abrasions are pretty frightening. From costume accessories to more permanent changes, here are some eye-altering products that could cut your vision short.

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Put Protective Eye Gear in Your Weekend Plans

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Written By MGP Member Melvin E. Wagner, M.D.

Board Certified Ophthalmologist at Stoken Wagner Ophthalmic Associates


Making plans for some home projects this weekend? Be sure to include protective eye gear on your shopping list if you don’t already own some. While most people believe eye injuries occur mainly in the workplace, more than half of all eye injuries happen at home--in the kitchen, garage and yard--where protective eye gear is worn at your discretion.

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Partners in Women’s Healthcare, P.C. (PIWH) Participating in the Harrisburg Breast Cancer Walk

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Partners in Women’s Healthcare, P.C. (PIWH) is a participant in the Harrisburg Breast Cancer Walk event on City Island. Our team name is “Jans Friends”. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, October 21, 2017.

The American Cancer Society provides services to patients each year in Pennsylvania through our community programs. The money raised in the community is spent on:

  • Early Detection and Prevention Education Programs
  • Patient Service Programs
  • Research Programs

See our Team Page by going to makingstrides.acsevents.org. Click on “Donate” or “Join A Walk”, search by Team Name and enter Jans Friends.

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