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Optimal Aging: Slowing Down the Clock
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About the Bates Method:
The Bates Method of Vision Improvement is an educational program where students can relearn and correct the habits of natural eyesight through structured exercises and relaxation. This program was first presented by ophthalmologist William Bates, MD, (1860-1931). His research about eyesight is presented in his 1920 book, Perfect Sight Without Glasses.

Rosemary Gaddum Gordon is a vision therapist firmly rooted in The Bates Method. She has a private practice in Cambridge, MA. She can be reached at Cambridge Health Associates, 335 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139, (617) 354-8360. For more information about holistic methods of vision improvement, or to find a vision therapist in your area, go to:

About the Corsello Centers for Integrative Medicine:
Dr. Corsello oversees a highly skilled and interactive staff which includes physicians, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, psychotherapists, biofeedback specialists and other specialized integrative healthcare associates. The Corsello approach to optimal heath is based on non-invasive diagnostic testing and natural therapies, integrating mainstream treatments when necessary. Rather than simply alleviating symptoms, they focus instead on the body's own healing process.

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Corsello Center:
200 W. 57th Street
New York, NY 10019

Corsello Center:
Long Island
175 E. Main Street
Huntington, NY 11743

To order The Ageless Woman, and other products:
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Body & Soul is currently airing Monday-Friday at 7:00pm and 8:30pm on PBS YOU.

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A New Way of Seeing
Modern Aging
The Ageless Woman
Help Yourself
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