Richard Sharp

Richard Sharp

I'm a writer and marketer.

For over 15 years, I've spent my career melding marketing, writing, journalism, public relations and a wide range of communications-centered roles where ideas come together with words to create action

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Overcoming ALS

Wall Street Journal MediaPlanet Section on Vision Care

Okay, okay. It’s true. Carrots can’t really help you see in the dark. In fact, no matter what your mother said to you growing up, there’s no conclusive proof that they even improve your eyesight
per se. There is evidence, however, which suggests that the vitamins in carrots and many other vegetables are a vital part of preventative eye care.