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5',,~ ,~) ,~,.; ...... ,.~m¸ v~-..,,- ...... Thursday, November 18, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen Eye On Hearth Combating Cataracts: A Surprising (NAPS)--If you or anyone you care about is among the estimated 20 million Americans living with cataracts, there may be good news for you_ The FDA has approved an implantable lens that not only corrects the cataract, it can help many people see better than they have for years. Some say they hardly if ever need glasses again. Florence Henderson says The Problem that since she had cataract Cataracts cause a c]ouding surgery, her eyesight is bet- on the normally clear lens in ter than it had been for a the eye. This can lead to vision long time. problems, make things appear correction options for the hazy and impair driving and patient who is over 50 years other lifestyle matters, old. When I examined Florence, Cataracts are increasingly I malizO~ she was a candidate likely to occur as you age. for Crystalens. We discussed The Star how it would help her vision Approximately 3 million up close, far away and every- cataract surgeries are per- thing in between. She's doing formed in the U.S. every year. very well since her surgery." One recent cataract surgery A Solution patient was Broadway, film Unlike standard cataract and TV actress Florence replacement lenses, the Henderson. Henderson, per- Bausch + Lomb Crystalens is haps best known for her role designed to not only eliminate as Carol Brady in the iconic the cataract but give a full television series "The Brady range 0fvision, although indi- Bunch," has enjoyed a storied vidual results may vary. entertainment career that has Henderson's Experience spanned five decades. Before the surgery, "It is important for people Henderson says, "I couldn't over 50 to understand what a see street signs and my vision cataract is and what they can at night was not very good at do about it," said Henderson. all. Seeing street signs and Explains Dr. James freeway exit signs was getting Khodabakhsh of the Beverly to be a problem. Things were Hills V-mion Institute: "Florence blurry and not getting any bet- Henderson is a very active ter. I knew I was going to have woman. There are many vision to do something. The blurry Way To See .Better vision was making me uncom- fortable, and I started getting eyestrain and some headaches, so I decided I needed to do something about it. "When I spoke with my doc- tor, he told me that I was a candidate for the Crystalens and that I'd be able not only to see, but to see better. I said, TCow, sign me up.' "The surgery itself was sim- ple, easy and quick. I had no discomfort during the surgery or since. What was really exciting was the immediate improvement I experienced. I could see better immediately. "I didn't realize what I had been missing. The colors of everything are so much brighter and the sharpness and clarity of my vision are very noticeable. Since the surgery, I drive during the day and at night and that blurri- ness that used to bother me is all gone. "When something works for me like Crystalens has, I ~ke to share my experience. I do that to empower, inspire and motivate people to take care of themselves. That's why rm working with Bausch + Lomb to share my Crystalens stor~." Learn More For more information about what causes cataracts, how they are treated and why it's so important to see your eye doctor regularly, visit www. cataracteducation.com or call (877) 7-SEE-BETYER. Easy Tips, Tricks And Recipes Can Help Stretch Your Wine Budget Through The Holidays Impressing Your Guests While Putting The Main Focus On Your Time Together (NAPS)--With the holidays approaching, hosts and host- esses across the country are looking for fun and affordable ways to entertain with friends and family. While everyone is looking to cut comers and scale back, there is no reason to sacrifice getting together with loved ones over good food and wine. With these easy, breezy tips from Livingston Cellars, your wine budget won't break the bank, and you~l provide a quality expe- rience, keeping your guests happy from Thanksgiving through the New Year. * Buy in Bulk--Living- ston Cellars offers a variety of quality wines in 1.5-liter bottles for about $6.99. Each bottle offers approximately 10 glasses of wine, so you can serve your guests a selection of beth red and white wines for under $15. • Serve With Style-- First impressions are every- thing. Serve wine in festive glasses that reflect your per- sonal style or provide quirky wineglass charms for every- one's glasses so they can eas- ily find their own while adding a signature touch to each glass! • Spice Things Up--Be creative and serve up your favorite mulled wine recipe, warming your way into your guests' hearts as they come in from the cold. The spices will ill} your home with an inviting aroma while enhanc- ing the flavor of the wine. • Pour it Out--Pro-pour- prize winners will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to California wine country. Visit www.TheLivingstonLife.com/ WmeCoantry and tell us how you're living the life. Livingston Cellars Mulled Wine Adding special touches to dress up your favorite go- to quality wines is an easy and affordable way to enter- tain guests throughout the • holiday season. ing wine into glasses or a carafe before serving will shii~ guests' focus to the party and encourage them to try new varietals. • Make it Festive--Add your own touch to Livingston Cellars Sangria by creating a lively punch with fresh sea- sonal fruit, and celebrate "Sangria Style" with this col- orfnl centerpiece. Looking for your favorite Livingston Cellars varietal? It's now easier than ever to find your go-to wine choice with the new Livingston Cellars packaging. Each vari- etal is now easily distin- guishable, featuring its own signature color on the label and cap--yellow for Chardonnay, orange for Sangria and blue for Merlot! While you're enjoying a glass, be sure to log on and learn about the Living the Livingston Life national essay contest, where four grand- IlA cups boiling water V~ cup granulated sugar V2 lemon, sliced 3 cinnamon sticks 3 cloves 1 bottle of Livingston Cellars Merlot (1.5L) Nutmeg to sprinkle Combine boiling water, sugar, lemon, cinnamon and cloves; stir until sugar dissolves, Add wine; simmer (not boil) 20 min- utes. Strain. Serve hot with a sprinkling of nut- meg to keep your guests toasty! Serves 10-15. Livingston Cellars Sangria Punch 1 bottle Livingston Cellars Sangria, chilled (1.5L) 2 bottles Gran Spumante Sparkling Wine, chilled (750mL each) 8 fl oz. E&J VSOP Brandy 1 bottle club soda (1L) Combine in a decora- tive punch bowl with sea- sonal fruit and enjoy! 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