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How To Get Rid Of Knots In Your Shoulders and Pain In Your Upper Back

18th June 2010
Do you have upper back pain? Here are five common causes you might not expect for pain, stiffness and knots in your back and neck. There are always reasons why you have pain in your upper back and neck. Pain does not happen without a reason or cause. A... Read >
Author: Kathryn Merrow

The Fit of your Bifocal Glasses is Important

24th May 2010
One of the most popular prescription glasses are the Bifocal Glasses which offer a very convenient solution to the users. The lenses are divided into two halves with the upper half used for distance vision and the lower half for near vision. A proper fit ... Read >
Author: ExclusiveEyes

Glasses for Computer Users

17th May 2010
Any new technology brings with it new avenues and new health risks. There is no doubt that computers have become a major tool to study, work or conduct business. More and more hours are now being spent in front of computer screens. While no one will argue... Read >
Author: ExclusiveEyes

Side effects of using progressive lens glasses

01st April 2010
It is commonly known that bifocal reading glasses and trifocal spectacles will probably cause visual side effects like image jump and even headaches. The reason for this is that these forms of eyeglasses take use of prescription lenses that are molded wit... Read >
Author: MichellePerkins

Reading Glasses No-line Bifocal- Perfect All the Way

18th March 2010
There is a question- what will people do if they suffer from nearsightedness and farsightedness at the same time. Most of them will think bifocals are the best answer. In fact, there is much a better answer- reading glasses no-line bifocal. As their names... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Single Vision? Progressive Lens? Bifocals? Your Guide to Prescription Eyeglass Lenses

22nd February 2010
SINGLE VISION The simplest eyeglass lens, a single vision lens distributes the focus evenly over its surface. It implements one prescription and corrects only that vision problem. This can work well, but unfortunately is insufficient to help someone wi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Advantages Of Wearing Pinhole Glasses

02nd September 2009
Pinhole glasses, also known as stenopeic glasses, are made from metal or plastic instead of glass. The lenses of these glasses consist of many small holes. These holes allow the user to see objects much more sharply. The small openings drastically cut dow... Read >
Author: patriciafrazier

Why Benjamin Franklin Was So Awesome

03rd May 2006
Copyright 2006 Ed BagleyAlmost everyone who has graduated from high school knows that Benjamin Franklin was a famous American.Most of us have read that Franklin used a lighting rod to prove a theory he had about electricity. Others remember that he was th... Read >
Author: Ed Bagley
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