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  1. Vision loss - recreational activities

    Many recreational activities can be reworked to suit a person who is blind or has low vision.

  2. Vision loss - safety around the home

    There are many ways to improve home safety for people whose vision is deteriorating

  3. Vision loss - social events

    With planning and preparation, most social events can be adapted to suit people with vision loss.

  4. Vision loss - training guide dogs

    Guide dogs are specially bred and trained to enable people who are blind or vision impaired to achieve freedom and independence.

  5. Vision loss and sport

    Many sports can be adapted to suit people who are blind or have low vision.

  6. Vision therapy

    Vision therapy is effective for everyone; however, its impact is greatest in children and young adults.

  7. Von Willebrand disease

    A person with von Willebrand disease may have frequent nosebleeds, heavy menstruation or excessive bleeding from the mouth.

  8. Vulvar cancer

    In its early stages, vulvar cancer often has no symptoms because the cancer is so tiny.

  9. Vulvar conditions

    Vulvar conditions include skin complaints, infections, chronic pain and cancerous conditions.