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Contact Lenses or Spectacles?

12th May 2009
Contact Lenses or Spectacles? That question still does not have a single answer, even though many people, both inside and outside the eye care business, claim that modern contact lenses win hands down. Vision correction is truly a marvelous thing. With... Read >
Author: Dr. Don Miller

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

Advantages of pinhole glasses

06th January 2009
Pinhole eyeglasses are also known as stenopeic glasses. These are not made of glass at all but of an opaque substance such as metal or plastic. The user looks through any of the many small holes in the material. These holes have the effect of reducing the... Read >
Author: Stanley

What Happens During an Eye Test? What Is All That Equipment?

05th January 2009
Eye exams are a common part of a regular doctor visit, though your eye exam may be more involved when you visit an ophthalmologist or optometrist. While the particulars of the exam visit will vary depending on your medical history and your family's medica... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Can we Stop Rosacea

19th December 2008
Rosacea is a facial skin condition that is commonly misdiagnosed as acne, and we all know how emotionally as well as physically crippling acne cane be, it can seem like a curse. Rosacea is a long lasting condition that can get worse over time without trea... Read >
Author: stbotanicacouk

How Vision Exercises Can Restore Your Natural Eyesight

19th December 2008
A significant portion of our population suffers from some form of eyesight defect. The most widely known are nearsightedness, farsightedness or hyperopis, and presbyopia(also referred to as old age sight). If you visit your Opthalmologist with one of ... Read >
Author: Joel Sherman

Learn about Welding Safety and Welding Arc Flash

27th October 2008
When you are working with a welder there is always the potential for Arc Flash. Anything that you do that works with electricity can do this and it can be a deadly process. Arc flash can happen on a large or small scale, and depending on the welder's safe... Read >
Author: William

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

LASIK Side Effects

22nd July 2008
Patients who are considering a LASIK eye surgery should be aware of possible side effects that may occur. The most common side effects associated with LASIK include glare, halos with night vision, and dry eyes. In many cases, LASIK eye surgery side effect... Read >
Author: Wakin

Complete Information on Chandler's syndrome

03rd June 2008
Chandler's syndrome (CS) is a rare eye disorder. Chandler's syndrome (CS) is caused herpes. The problem is that the corneal endothelium (which lines the inside of the cornea) grows outward and over the trabecular meshwork. The problem then is that the mes... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Iritis

17th March 2008
Iritis is the most common type of uveitis. Uveitis occurs equally in males and females. Iritis is a form of anterior uveitis and refers to the inflammation of the iris of the eye. There are two main types of iritis: acute and chronic. Acute iritis is a ty... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Wilson's Disease : Symptoms And Treatment

01st March 2007
Wilson's disease is a genetic disorder, which is fatal unless early detected and treated. It is a rare condition, where excess copper builds up in the body causing copper poisoning. Wilson's disease is quite uncommon and affects 1 in 30,000 people. It is ... Read >
Author: Candy

Contact Lens History, Where Did They Come From?

15th November 2006
While there are several people who thought of contact lenses, before they were ever made, there were also several people that improved and adjusted the lenses to the way that they are today. The contact lens history starts in the year 1508.1. 1508In the y... Read >
Author: Penni Markle

Contact Lenses vs Glasses, What is Best for You?

30th December 2005
Many people wear contact lenses for reasons of convenience and beauty, but they also have practical advantages over glasses. Here are some of them: Vision becomes more natural and the sizes of objects are represented correctly. Glasses distort the form a... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner

How to Choose the Best Color Contact Lenses

01st November 2005
Decided to change your eye color with colored contacts and don't know which ones to choose? Find out what the color contacts market has to offer and which lenses will make your eyes look most striking and beautiful.Color contact lens typesYou can get disp... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner
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