Age-related macular degeneration is a debilitating disease which can lead to loss of sight. What’s the difference between the two types – wet and dry – and how can the new screening device MPS II help delay and even prevent the onset of the disease?
“Even the world’s best restaurants and food producers are not immune to the problems of foodborne illness,” writes Checkit product manager Martin Nash in Harnessing Technology To Help Prevent Foodborne Illness, an article published this month in Food Product Design.
Checkit harnesses the latest wireless technology to help owners of restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets make their food safety processes more efficient – and reduce their costs.
The inventors and patent holders of the updated MPS 9000 macular pigment screener, the MPS II, have written an article for Optician as a rebuttal of a personal viewpoint ‘Measuring macular pigment’ by Beatty and Nolan in an article published on 15th February 2013.
We’re looking forward to showcasing the new Checkit wireless food safety monitoring solution at this year’s Food Safety Summit, which takes place at the Baltimore Convention Center from 30 April to 2 May.
In this increasingly litigious world it’s important to have robust checks in place to ensure that food in your restaurant, cafe or fast-food outlet is being cooked at the right temperature so there is no risk to your customers.
What is Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD)? Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the breakdown of the protective shield at the back of your eye and is a leading cause of vision loss.