Brady speaks with NBC5 about Eclipse Watching Safety

August 15, 2017 by Michelle Bookless

Leading up to the eclipse on August 21, Dr. Christpher Brady, MD, an ophthalmologist and assistant professor of surgery at UVM's Larner College of Medicine spoke with NBC5 about appropriate safety glasses for taking in the event without damaging your eyes.

Students, faculty, and staff safely view the eclipse on August 21, 2017

(AUGUST 15, 2017) In the midst of "eclipse mania," UVM Larner College of Medicine assistant professor of surgery and ophthalmologist, Christopher Brady, MD, spoke with local NBC affiliate MyNBC5 about safe strategies for taking in the eclipse on August 21. On August 15, 2017, he explained the dangers of inappropriate or lack of specialized glasses when taking in the natural phenomenon. Watch the full interview here and read Dr. Brady's blog here.