Dr. Stuart Richard is Chief of optometry and James Lovell health center in northern Chicago — PhD in human physiology and biophysics from Chicago Medical School — associate professor of family and preventive medicine at Chicago Medical School, Illinois College of Optometry, and the University of Missouri St. Louis — active in primary care — still active in conducting antioxidant research — practicing optometry with the federal government

Topic covered include: How the eye can be such a clear biomarker for systemic disease, why it’s important to maintain a good gut environment of bacteria, the importance of the personal interaction between patient and the doctor, how vitamin c and lutein benefit the eye, what the omega blood spot test can reveal about your overall health, the dangerous effect of blue light from our devices