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What Can You Do When You Have Cataracts

29th March 2012
Is your vision something you should think about when you are young? We all take good vision for granted, but when you get old you may be in for a surprise.Cataract is developing in your eye lens, little by little. Senile cataract is most common and shows ... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Symptoms of Cataracts and the Solutions

20th January 2012
If you have cloudy vision, or perhaps see things in a fuzzy or blurry haze you may be joining the large percentage of people in the UK suffering from the symptoms of cataracts. There are many people who do not notice that they have cataracts until their ... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions about Eye health)

03rd October 2011
Macular Degeneration What is the macula? The human eye is similar to a camera. The retina of the eye is like the film of a camera, it is the part of the eye that actually "takes the picture." The macula is the central part of the retina where all the... Read >
Author: ianjustbe

The Effects of Keratoconus

14th January 2011
A diagnosis of Keratoconus can not only effect the person with the condition physically but it can effect them on an emotional level as well. Keratoconus often leads to progressive loss of vision. Slowly over time patients no longer obtain functional visi... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

Knowledge Concerning the Relation Between Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, and Cataracts

20th April 2010
There are misconceptions among people who believe that one eye problems may aggravates any of other ones, for example, macular degeneration will aggravate glaucoma, or cataracts will aggravate macular degeneration. The fact is that macular degeneration is... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Visual Migraines: Everything Becomes Blurry

26th March 2010
It occurs without a warning. They look like jagged flashes of lightning bolts shimmering around the object or field of vision. It usually interferes or obscure vision. The seemingly hallucination episode usually lasts for 15-20 minutes and may or may not ... Read >
Author: Geraldo Bowers

Decide Brain Cancer in India at the best oncology hospitals of Mumbai and Bangalore

18th February 2010
Treatment for Brain cancer in India is available at the best oncology hospitals of Mumbai and Bangalore. The oncology hospitals in India are equipped with advanced technical and surgical instruments essential for the treatment of brain cancer. A large num... Read >
Author: ramesh

Cataract Cure

17th December 2009
Cataracts, loss of vision due to clouding of the eye lens, are usually thought to be a curse of old age. Actually the problem and corrective surgery can affect people of any age. There are several options to restore focus after removal of the natural lens... Read >
Author: Jannet

What is a Cerebrovascular Accident?

22nd June 2009
A cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is the term used by medical professionals to describe what the general public would call a "stroke." As its name implies a CVA occurs when part of the brain (cerebrum) is deprived of its normal blood supply (vascular accid... Read >
Author: Vital Ethics

Glaucoma - Hamster Health

09th March 2009
Hamsters are a very docile and beautiful pets but unfortunately illnesses take place. Amongst some illnesses there is Glaucoma which is very similar to a Prolapse of the eye/s. Glaucoma affects the eyes of the hamster and its symptoms are that the eye wil... Read >
Author: Nadia Vella of Hamster-Club.com TheHamsterBook.com

What is Blepharospasm?

21st May 2008
Blepharo means "eyelid". Spasm means "uncontrolled muscle contraction". The term blepharospasm ['blef-a-ro-spaz-m] can be applied to any abnormal blinking or eyelid tic or twitch resulting from any cause, ranging from dry eyes to Tourette's syndrome to ta... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Cure for Myopia using natural herbs

20th May 2008
Vision is the most precious and wonderful gift that has been given ro humans and at the same time it has been the most neglected body part. Nearsightedness or Myopia is an eyesight problem in which a person faces great difficulty in viewing distant object... Read >
Author: iliyaspatel

Aaron Solowoniuk - Living with MS

28th March 2008
If you are a Canadian radio listener under the age of 30, the odds are pretty good that you have heard of the band Billy Talent (we are not saying that people over 30 haven`t heard of the band, just that you are less likely to, and more power to you if yo... Read >
Author: Rob Parker

Eye Problems caused by Modern Lifestyle

21st February 2008
There is great demand of eye care experts and products. The reason is increasing rate of eye care problems. Our modern and fast lifestyle is responsible for several new diseases. Increasing use of computers, televisions, and other radiation equipments res... Read >
Author: jekishan.com@gmail.com
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