Health Briefs TV Host Terry Bradshaw
- Feb. 11, 2014 - CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. --
The producers of Health Briefs TV are pleased to announce an informative segment about innovative treatments for eye infections and conditions. Bob Costas, one of the broadcasters of The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, surprised viewers last week as he covered the Olympic Games with a bad case of pink eye. Pink eye is one example of the various types of eye infections and eye conditions people come in contact with. If left untreated they can become very serious. Featured guests will discuss the various types of eye infections and conditions such as pink eye, glaucoma, dry eye, conjunctivitis, cataracts and more. Experts will explain how to prevent eye infections and how to treat eye conditions. This informative segment will air this spring on most regional and national cable television networks.
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