Gift a Child Useful Health Tips For a Lifetime of Good Vision

These two beautifully illustrated and easy-to-understand books help both children and adults learn good health tips to protect the entire family’s vision. They are fun to read and teach, through storytelling, useful lifestyle habits that are important to inculcate from young. They are perfect gifts for the entire family.

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Daddy’s vision has become “smoky” as if he is looking through a haze. He is also easily short of breath after minor exertion. Jeremy is worried about his Daddy’s health.

Read the book to find out how Jeremy discovers what is wrong with Daddy’s health and how a visit to the doctor changes Jeremy’s entire family’s lifestyle.

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Grandma’s eye has gone wonky and Julian is worried. He wants Grandma to get well and to see clearly again.

Read the book to find out how Julian discovers what is wrong with Grandma’s eye and how a visit to the eye doctor changes the lifestyles of Julian and his family.

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Prevention is better than cure, and this is best achieved through educating the young. By preventing teenagers and young adults from smoking cigarettes, we can avert fatal diseases like lung cancer, heart attacks and strokes. Jonathan Au Eong has written an impressive book addressed to young readers warning them about the lesser known dangers of smoking, including its adverse effects on eyesight, and on pregnancy which can lead to low birth weight babies and sudden infant death.

Dr Kenneth Lyen MA, BM BCh, FRCP, FRCPCH, FAMS
Consultant Paediatrician, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore
Visiting Consultant, Health Promotion Board, Ministry of Health, Singapore
Visiting Paediatric Tutor, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore

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When Grandma Sees a Whirlpool is a charming, information-packed book targeting children that adults will find informative as well. It conveys, from a child’s point of view, and in a comforting manner, the frightening process of visual loss and the medical workup for age-related macular degeneration, one of the leading scourges of the ageing population in the developed world. A wonderful addition to the waiting room and library!

Julia A. Haller MD
Ophthalmologist-in-Chief, Wills Eye Hospital
Professor and Chair, Department of Ophthalmology,
Thomas Jefferson University and Thomas Jefferson University
Hospital Philadelphia, PA, USA

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When Daddy’s Vision Becomes “Smoky”
$16.05
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When Grandma Sees a Whirlpool
$16.05
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Promotional Bundle (2 books)
$30.05
  • WHEN DADDY’S VISION BECOMES “SMOKY”
  • WHEN GRANDMA SEES A WHIRLPOOL
  • PROMOTIONAL BUNDLE (2 BOOKS)

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Sight & Eye International Pte Ltd

Address: 1 Farrer Park Station Road #14-07/08
Farrer Park Medical Centre, Connexion
Singapore 217562

Phone: +65 6443 2020

Email: eyecataractretinafp@gmail.com

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