Imagine losing the ability to watch a kite soar, see a fireworks’ display or count the stars. Sadly, many children don’t have to imagine it—they live it.
Nearly one in 80 children is at risk of blindness. Yet in most cases, it’s preventable and curable with a camera and with the knowledge of “The Glow.”
“The Glow,” an abnormal red eye reflex, appears as a white or gold pupil in photographs. Its reflective shine is an indicator of several potentially devastating and preventable childhood eye diseases.
Now YOU know … “The Glow.” Together we can envision a brighter future for our children by sharing stories, photos and a commitment to increase awareness worldwide.
Thanks to Shutterfly for sharing these great children’s photography tips. Review the infographic, and then snap some quick photos before they wiggle away. Remember … always review your children’s photos for a white or golden eye glow that could indicate one of 16 glow-related diseases. This infographic is brought to you by Shutterfly, a leader …read more »
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Help children you love see more fluffy blue clouds this summer and for years to come. Leukocoria, or “The Glow,” is an abnormal red eye reflex common in several devastating childhood eye diseases that can lead to blindness. Nearly 1 in 80 children are at risk. With early detection, blindness is preventable. Fortunately, “The Glow” …read more »