Crocodile Tears Featured at Dr. Oz Event

On Saturday, March 28th, Crocodile Tears was featured at the Garden Mall during the WPBF 25 Health & Wellness Festival 2015 with Dr. Oz. The event was presented by Cleveland Clinic Florida and located at The Gardens Mall, 3101 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410. It ran from 10:00am until 4:00pm. The event was held on the Main Stage (Grand Court – Lower Level, Outside of Macy’s), as well as at the Garden’s Mall (Lower Level).

WPBF 25 Health & Wellness Festival 2015 featured two exciting speakers brought together to excite the audience into transforming their lives toward better health. Best-selling author, Lisa Oz, shared cooking recipes and holistic health ideas. Dr. Oz answered questions and spoke about procedures that are the newest and most life-changing, as well as local medical professionals.

The event moved forward throughout the day with additional presentations and features, including Crocodile tears. Crocodile tears is an excellent choice for allergy eyes, as well as relieving dry eye symptoms. In addition to being a gentle and safe eye drop approved for use daily, these drops are also designed to provide moisture, soothing relief, and protection for irritated eyes. Those who wear contact lenses or who suffer from chronic dry eye will benefit most from use of Crocodile Tears.
When your eyes are unable to produce their own natural tears, use of eye drops become necessary. This becomes a necessity when a lack of moisture is the result due to allergens, foreign debris, dust, or weather conditions. Use of eye drops such as Crocodile Tears helps provide protections and moisture along the surface of the eye when natural triggers do not occur.

For more information about Crocodile Tears eye drops and how to find relief for your dry eye or allergy symptoms, visit their website at https://croctears.com/.

Hearts – Hope – Healing

Dr. Lauren Richard Rosecan is a Board Certified Retina Specialist specializing in disease of the retina such as

macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusions and retinal detachment. He has been in Palm Beach county for over 25 years and has three offices located in  Palm Beach County in the cities of Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton. He also has one office located in Martin County in the city of Stuart.

He chose to have different locations so he could make it easier for his patients to receive the necessary care.

Many of the local health care centers have approached Dr. Rosecan to see their patients. So many of these patients cannot afford to have health insurance and Dr. Rosecan treats them for free. Many of the patients that he sees are poorly controlled diabetics with severe diabetic retinopathy. There is never a time when

Dr. Rosecan will not treat the uninsured patient. He will perform complicated retina surgery for these patients also at no charge to them. He will fully examine the patient and do the necessary diagnostics to determine the type of treatment the patient needs. So many of the patients need extensive pan retinal photocoagulation

(laser treatment) to treat severe diabetic retinopathy and macular laser to treat diabetic macular edema.

“As the aging and diabetic population grows in Palm Beach County,” said Dr. Rosecan “ so will the need for subspecialists trained in the precise diagnostics and treatments of these eye conditions. Helping people see better and preventing blindness is my greatest reward.”

Dr. Lauren Rosecan Received the Heros In Medicine Award for Physician Local/National Hero

photo3Heroes are men and women who place the needs of others above self and view personal responsibility from a global perspective. The term Hero is often preceded by the adjective “unsung,” but on this day we will sing!

Palm Beach County Medical Society Services, a non-profit organization, hosting the 10th Annual Heroes in Medicine Awards Ceremony.  These prestigious awards honor individuals and organizations throughout Palm Beach County that use their skills and resources in the field of health care to provide outstanding services for the people of our local, national, and global communities.  In addition to properly recognizing our Heroes in Medicine, this initiative serves to encourage and stimulate future heroes by promoting a commitment to community service.

Proceeds from this event benefit Project Access, providing health care for low income, uninsured residents of Palm Beach County; and the Medical Society’s medical scholarship fund.  The awards was presented at the Heroes in Medicine luncheon at the Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion on Thursday, May 9, 2013.