Real Kids Shades are safe, lead-free and made of impact-resistant, shatterproof polycarbonate frames and lenses, a material that is hailed by Prevent Blindness America as "the first choice for children's eyewear.
What does PBA stand for?
PBA stands for Prevent Blindness America (since 1908)
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Prevent Blindness America (PBA) recently made its Diabetic Eye Disease Educator program available online.
net/go/may June 1-30, 2010 Vision Research Month Prevent Blindness America 211 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1700 Chicago, IL 60606 www.
Carolyn Cronin was recently promoted to vice president of development of Prevent Blindness America in Schaumburg, Ill.
Because of this and the fact that some eye problems do not exhibit signs or symptoms, Prevent Blindness America recommends that all children have their eyes examined by an eye care professional shortly after birth, at six months of age, before entering school (age four or five), and periodically throughout the school years.
``They are terribly bright,'' said John Shoemaker, assistant vice president of the nonprofit Prevent Blindness America.
Sources: American Cancer Society, American College of Physicians, National Cholesterol Education Program, and Prevent Blindness America.
By providing these frames to those who may not otherwise be able to afford them, OptumHealth is contributing greatly to the well-being of individuals in Ohio with the most common eye problems," said Prevent Blindness America President and CEO Hugh R.