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What To Look For When Buying Good Sunglasses?

10th March 2009
Sunglasses have become a staple of our daily fashion accessories. Some times ago what people needed were nice watches or jewellery, but nowadays items like sunglasses, hats, and scarves are becoming more and more important. Sunglasses, of course, also ful... Read >
Author: Debra Brian Hunt

Pinhole Glasses - A Very Promising Vision Therapy

10th March 2009
Pinhole glasses are also known as stenopeic glasses. These are specialty glasses that are designed and intended to increases the depth of field that the retina processes. This ultimately produces a much clearer image. Some studies have stated that if you ... Read >
Author: Mike

A Few Precautions When Using Pinhole Glasses

25th February 2009
Pinhole glasses are the alternative for the conventional glasses. It offers a better exercise than the others. It contains more number of perforations over an opaque material like plastic or metal. These perforations reduce the width of the diverging rays... Read >
Author: Mike

A Doubter's Experiments Triggered by Pinhole Glasses

23rd February 2009
When I first heard of pinhole glasses, I was highly skeptical. I already knew about old, even prehistoric, uses of wooden or leather eye-coverings with small holes punched in them, or hats with multiple strips of leather hanging down in front to cover the... Read >
Author: Mike

Why Diabetics Crave Sweets

11th December 2008
Why Diabetics Crave SweetsWhy Diabetics Crave Sweets Beating Diabetes Without Meds No matter where you go, someone is offering you things that you should not eat if you are a diabetic. Yet, we all, especially diabetics, find it very difficult to tur... Read >
Author: tomenelson

Transition Lenses/photochromic lenses - the new generation lenses!

01st December 2008
The basic idea behind the Photo chromic lenses is that they should provide protection against the harmful UV rays of the sun and also from the changing effect of the sunlight which can be harmful for our delicate eyes. These lenses can produce a tint eff... Read >
Author: andriagoodman

How Do You Choose The Perfect Ski Goggles

16th August 2008
Are you a ski enthusiast? If you're among those who love the feel of speeding down the slopes, then you know that a good pair of ski goggles makes a big difference in your performance. It is a must. Like in many other things we determine our path in skiin... Read >
Author: Charles

Migraines and Photophobia Ė Please Donít Show Me the Light

12th March 2007
Photophobia (sensitivity to light) sends people with migraine headaches scurrying for shelter. Aversion to light is an extremely common, if not universal, characteristic of migraine headaches. Photophobia literally means 'a fear or aversion to light.' ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Sunglasses - why do we wear them?

23rd June 2006
Sunglasses are a special kind of glasses that have been specially darkened to stop bright light from hurting your eyes. When you wear them, the world seems to become a little less bright, which can be a relief on very sunny days. They go all the way back ... Read >
Author: John Gibb

Hail to the Kale!

30th April 2006
Okay, perhaps "Hail to the Kale" is an insipid title for an article. Let's face it; kale is a hard word to rhyme. But, it's better than the title I first came up with: "If kale had a degree, it'd be from Yale." I guess what my feeble attempts at a cle... Read >
Author: Shari Hearn

The History of London Bridge

30th November 2005
Copyright 2005 S Wander London Bridge today is not the same London Bridge that crossed the Thames when it was first built. Peter, a priest and chaplain of St. Mary's of Colechurch, began the foundation of the original bridge in 1176 to replace a wooden... Read >
Author: S Wander
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