Posts By: jkilroy

South Jersey Eye Associates Presents High School Football

(September 2018) This fall, South Jersey Eye Associates is proud to present High School Football on SNJ Today Radio, featuring the Bridgeton Bulldogs and the Cumberland Regional Colts. The dedicated staff, Dr. Michael A Feinstein (alumnus of Bridgeton High School), and Dr. Brandon J. Wuzzardo (alumnus of Cumberland Regional High School) show no favoritism…but do… Read more »

July is UV Safety Month

Before you buy your next summer shades, visit SJEA—because there’s more to sunglasses than looking good in them. You need quality lenses that protect your eyes from dangerous UV rays, which can cause cancers, cataracts, and irreversible macular degeneration. South Jersey Eyewear is serious about sunglasses.  Our prescription and nonprescription offerings provide 100 percent UV protection and… Read more »

Fireworks Safety

As you partake in summer celebrations, SJEA and the Prevent Blindness America urge you to be aware of the risks associated with fireworks—especially now that certain fireworks are legal in NJ. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 9,000 fireworks-related injuries occur every year. A significant number of these injuries involve the… Read more »

Dr. Wuzzardo Rides In American Cancer Society Bike-a-thon

South Jersey Eye Associates’ very own Dr. Brandon Wuzzardo, along with his girlfriend Kayla, will be riding in the American Cancer Society Philadelphia to Atlantic City Bike-a-thon on Sunday, June 10, 2018. The American Cancer Society has contributed to a 20 percent decline in cancer death rates in the US since the early 1990s. That… Read more »

April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month at Prevent Blindness, Putting Focus on Special Visual Needs of Women

National Non-Profit Group Seeks to Educate Women on Ways to Protect Healthy Vision CHICAGO (March 27, 2018) – In addition to the many differences between men and women, more women than men have eye disease. Eye diseases include age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma and dry eye. Women also may have vision issues related to pregnancy… Read more »