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Panthers’ Rhule dealing with eye issue as season approaches

first_img Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 4th September, 2020 09:51 IST Panthers’ Rhule Dealing With Eye Issue As Season Approaches Panthers first-year head coach Matt Rhule said there is a reason why he’s been looking like “Darth Vader” recently at practice LIVE TV First Published: 4th September, 2020 09:51 IST WATCH US LIVE COMMENTcenter_img FOLLOW US Written By Panthers first-year head coach Matt Rhule said there is a reason why he’s been looking like “Darth Vader” recently at practice.Rhule revealed Thursday that he’s been dealing with a painful cornea issue for weeks, which has left his eye sensitive to light. That has prompted him to wear a black bucket hat and dark sunglasses to go along with his black mask due to the coronavirus pandemic.“I’ll be fine,” Rhule said. “But it’s just really, really painful and really hard to see. It’s light sensitive at times. I was raised under coach (Tom) Coughlin with no sunglasses. You can’t even find a hat on my head in the last 20 years of coaching. Now, I look like a Storm Trooper or Darth Vader, or whatever.”Rhule has had plenty of issues to deal with this year, including making the transition from Baylor to the NFL and trying to get a young, rebuilding team ready for the season in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic. The Panthers are the only team in the league with a new coach, two new coordinators and a new quarterback.Rhule said he can still see, and expects the cornea will be almost completely healed in time for Carolina’s Sept. 13 regular-season opener against the Raiders.“We all have to deal with things, so it is has been good for me just to remind myself to practice what I preach,” Rhule said.Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO USlast_img read more

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NEARY’S PHARMACY LETTERKENNY JOINS LLOYDS PHARMACY CHAIN

first_imgThe excellent team in Neary’s Pharmacy, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal have join the expanding chain of the Lloyds Pharmacy family.The Neary’s Pharmacy team have passionately served the local Letterkenny community for a number of years and will continue to strive for the best in customer service at all times.Lloyds Pharmacy Ireland’s is the largest pharmaceutical and healthcare chain. Neary’s Pharmacy is the latest pharmacy to join as Lloyds Pharmacy continues its expansion plans.This brings to 87 the number of LloydsPharmacy branches nationwide and the company now employs nearly 1,000 employees.LloydsPharmacy offers expert advice and solutions to create a positive experience and to help customers better understand and manage their healthcare needs.A trusted name in the pain management, skin, child health, beauty and prescription arena. Goretti Brady, Managing Director of LloydsPharmacy in Ireland told Donegal Daily: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Neary’s to the LloydsPharmacy family.“We look forward to continuing to offer the local community the excellent customer service that you are used to.“We will also look to offer new and exciting services and products to the community in Letterkenny.Lloyds Pharmacy consistently looks towards new and improved ways of working to benefit its customers and help them live happier and more positive lives.Skin, child health and pain experts are on hand in every Lloyds Pharmacy store to help its customers get the most from their health. For more information on LloydsPharmacy see www.lloydspharmacy.ie or see more at www.facebook.com/lloydspharmacyirelandNEARY’S PHARMACY LETTERKENNY JOINS LLOYDS PHARMACY CHAIN was last modified: November 14th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessLloydspharmacyNeary’snewspharmacylast_img read more

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