Spring 2009: Of Note

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Seeing beyond carrots

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By Mary J. Loftus

We all know an assortment of fresh foods will keep our brains young, hearts healthy, skin smooth, and bones strong.

But why is it that the only food we associate with keeping our eyes healthy is a crunchy orange carrot?

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Sunil Srivastava, of the Emory Eye Center, has been getting the word out that many different foods provide vitamins and nutrients important to safeguard our eyes and vision.

These include:

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