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Did you know that changing the color of text to create more contrast with the background—as we’ve recently done on our Web site—makes it easier to read what’s on a computer screen if you have low vision? In fact, that’s just one of many techniques that can help make daily living easier for a person with visual impairment. This article from the archives is full of tips, tricks, and information about products that can help people with low vision carry out their day-to-day tasks, including diabetes tasks.

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And remember that articles on a wide variety of diabetes topics are always available in our magazine archives section!

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Eyes & Vision
Focus on This: May Is Healthy Vision Month (05/14/13)
Drug Improves Vision in Diabetic Retinopathy (11/30/12)
Diabetes and Your Eyes — More Than Retinopathy (05/24/13)
FDA Approves Drug for Diabetes-Related Vision Loss (08/24/12)

 

 

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