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Do You Know How To Improve Eye Sight Without Help?

19th May 2011
Eye diseases like cataract, glaucoma, detached retina or myopia all come from weakness and inflammation in the tissues that compose and surround the eye. Most doctors donít really know what to say to you on how to improve eye sight or on how to improve yo... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

What is Iritis and How to Tackle It?

22nd April 2010
In daily lives, many people are confused by two eye problems, say, Iritis and Pink eye. In fact, they are totally different problems. Even till now, people are not clear about the reason of iritis. It is very hard to cure iritis, but an ounce of preventio... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Tips For Brown Eyes And Makeup Usage

29th December 2009
Brown eyes come in many different shades so let's look at a kaleidoscope of colors to help us to enhance eye color. Colors opposite each other will be complementary so, will work to brighten each other up. For example: Red and green, orange and blue, purp... Read >
Author: Gerry Lamb

The Problem With White Dobermans

13th March 2009
Most people are familiar with black and rust Dobermans and red and rust Dobermans, and maybe even blue or fawn and rust Dobermans. Since the 1970s, a fifth Doberman "color" has been established. In 1976, Padulas Queen Shebah was born to 2 black and rust D... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol

Pink Eye Conjunctivitis and Effects

28th February 2009
Conjunctivitis, or more commonly known as "Pink Eye", is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, the outermost layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids. The condition is most commonly due to an allergic reaction or an infection. It is usually vir... Read >
Author: Mel Joelle

Raw Honey Needs To Be Processed

30th January 2009
After the beekeeper collects the honey it's processed immediately after harvesting because it crystallizes when it's allowed to sit. It has to be heated up between 150-170 degrees because it carries the bacterium that causes botulism, which can be dangero... Read >
Author: Jack Stanley

Wearing Contacts with Allergies

13th December 2006
Allergy season can be a very trying time for those that wear contact lenses. Often, allergy sufferers have itchy, watery eyes or a buildup of protein deposits which can make it hard to see out of contact lenses and also cause quite a bit of discomfort. Wh... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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