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TUFTS UNIVERSITY AND US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PIN THEIR SIGHTS ON HEALTHY EYES
A PERSON'S DIET NOT ONLYAFFECTS THEIR WEIGHT OR HEART FUNCTION, IT CANALSO AFFECT THEIR VISION. A SCIENTIST WITH TUFTSUNIVERSITY AND THE US DEPARTMENT OFAGRICULTURE'S AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE ISPLAYING A KEY ROLE IN THE STUDY OF PROLONGEDVISUAL FUNCTION. ALLEN TAYLOR: Our lab isto ask why people when they get older confrontagerelated eye diseases
such as agerelatedmacular degeneration and cataracts. There shouldbe a renewed commitment to prevention andhealth maintenance. We've lost sight of thefact that we have an option to do somethingabout our health including maintaining our healthby healthier eating. KEEPING OUR EYES HEALTHYIS VERY IMPORTANT. DOCTOR TAYLOR SAYS THATOVER EIGHTY PERCENT OF
ELDERLY AMERICANS SUFFERFROM CATARACTS AND OVER THIRTY PERCENT HAVESOME FORM OF AGERELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION. TAYLOR: Public healthcare shouldn't just be the treatment of disease, itshould be delaying the onset of agerelatedcompromises and disease and that's the kindof research that this building can accomplishand our lab in particular
is one of the few labs inthe world whose objective is to maintain visionrather than treat already compromised visionknown to the elderly. USDA support has beencrucial to allow longterm planning ofnutritionbased research to occur here atTufts University. FOR THE US DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE, I'M MARK ENNIS.