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The Eye Infection Seen Around the World

Vol 3 Issue 1

Time for our winter (or should we say WINTER) newsletter.  We continue to come across much information of interest and are sending the majority of it to our twitter feed; follow us @windmilleye or visit our web site which has the twitter feed posted on the bottom of each page .   Also, if you did not get an opportunity to use you cafeteria plan benefits by December 31, 2013, check with your employer as you may actually have a deadline of March 31, 2014.

Holiday Sweets and Eye Tweets

Vol 2 Issue 4

The end of the year is near and we at Windmill Eye Associates have a few messages for our patients.  To start, January 1st is when  insurance plan changes take effect and insurance deductibles start over.  Because of this many patients try to utilize their insurance before the end of the year, but there are only so many days remaining.  If you would like to use your insurance before December 31st, please call or send an email to make an appointment sooner rather than later.  Second, the average person gains between 1 and 5 pounds during the holiday season which brings us to our the topic for our final newsletter for the year, but first we want to let you know that we have started using twitter.

Summer Eye Allergies

Vol 2 Issue 3

Now that our weather seems more like Summer, it is time for the Summer newsletter.  This quarter's newsletter is to discuss the use of over the counter eye drops.

Glaucoma: We Can Do Better Than 50% of 50% of 50%

Vol 2 Issue 2

A newsletter topic is usually chosen to apply to a wide range of patients, which means that specific diseases tend to be avoided.  This quarter's newsletter will be different because of recent information presented at a seminar about the disease Glaucoma.

Monet, RxMind Me, & CPR

Vol 2, Issue 1

Monet, RxMind Me, & CPR

The staff and doctors of Windmill Eye Associates would like to wish all of our patients a happy 2013; let's start the year with some humor:

Genuine Generic?

Vol 1, Issue 2

What is a Generic Drug?

Topics for newsletters come from many different sources and sometimes more than one at a time.  While writing the last issue, I heard of an interesting problem regarding some generic drugs and thought that patients should know this information.

It Sounds Simple

Vol 1, Issue 1

Cars, Computers, and Your Health

A few months ago, I was in an automobile repair shop waiting for my car to be repaired when I came across an excellent article on health - in a computer magazine.  Since the author, Thomas Goetz, is not involved in healthcare, he explained health from his background and it made perfect sense to me.  The opening paragraph was so powerful, that it is copied directly below.


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