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What Are Age Spots and How to Treat Them?

15th June 2012
Call them what you will, sun spots, liver spots, brown spots, cafe au lait spots, hyperpigmentation, lentigines or age spots, they are, however referred to, cosmetically unattractive and unwanted. Age Spots are particularly disliked because they are ass... Read >
Author: Sumeshnarmath

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

Eye care health tips for the over 50's

03rd October 2011
Declining health is an obvious problem of ageing adults and the incidence of diseases increases with age. Eye diseases are one of the most common problems in the 50 and above age group. Although these occur naturally over time, there are ways to prevent t... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

ROLE OF ISOTINE EYE DROP IN CAMPAIGN AGAINST BLINDNESS

01st March 2011
Cataract is a very common eye disease in older people, caused by the clouding of the natural lens which adversely affects the vision. The lens is made of water and protein. The protein is arranged in a precise way that keeps the lens clear and lets lig... Read >
Author: chris george

Distinguish Between Optic Nerve and Retina Laser Scans

06th January 2011
Irritated by the the lack of specificity in scanning laser coding? Well, gear up for 2011 – the coming year's CPT manual will not only help you distinguish between anterior and posterior segment scanning, but also come up with just-in codes to distinguish... Read >
Author: angela

CPT 2011 Provides Codes to Distinguish Between Optic Nerve and Retinal Scans

13th December 2010
Disturbed by the lack of specificity in scanning laser coding? Then gear up for the coming year – 2011's CPT manual will not only help you distinguish between anterior and posterior segment scanning, but also provide just-in codes to distinguish between o... Read >
Author: angela

Wheatgrass & Briccoli Juice for Good Health

12th November 2010
You can’t eat wheatgrass but you can drink the juice. You can eat broccoli but who wants to eat 2 kilos a day? The juice of wheatgrass contains vitamins and minerals but especially digestive enzymes. Wheatgrass has the enzymes amylase and protease ... Read >
Author: jamoted

The Importance of Lutein

22nd April 2010
Have you ever heard of Macular Degeneration? It is an age-related eye problem. Meanwhile, we should also mention another world-lutein, an inborn substance in our eyes, but can not reproduce them automatically. Some investigations among us Americans have d... Read >
Author: homas Carter

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

Tyent Water Ionizer (Alcalized water)

20th January 2010
Here at the Breath of Life Wellness Center we strive to always educate on overall well being and support you with the best products out in the market. Let us introduce you the the Tyent MMP-7070 Turbo Water Ionizer. Sounds like a mouthful doesn't it (mout... Read >
Author: The Breath of Life Wellness Center

How Much Lutein Should One Take Each Day?

04th January 2010
Though the substance, lutein, is very strange for many people, many facts have proved that it is crucial for the health of people's visions. In fact, macular degeneration is caused by the insufficiency of lutein. So many people wonder how much to intake... Read >
Author: MarkBurnsy

Eyesential 2 : Taking care of your eyes, through food..

20th October 2009
Like any other part of the body, eyes too need proper nutrition, good food will enhance not just the visibility, it will also enhance the beauty of your eyes. If you this for good looking eyes, products like the Eyesential are enough, then you are wrong, ... Read >
Author: megh.sagaciti

Those Round, Red, Squishy Things !

18th May 2009
Tomatoes are actually fruits and not vegetables. A fruit is the edible part of the plant that contains the seeds, while a vegetable is the edible stems, leaves, and roots of the plant. History Tomatoes first grew as wild cherry sized fruits in the S... Read >
Author: Jean Morrison

"What are the Benefits of Taking Lutein?" - and other FAQs

07th April 2009
There are many benefits of taking lutein. Although is has become popular now, still people have many questions about it - how much of lutein do we need, what are its natural sources, and what is the best way to take this nutrient? Let's find out right now... Read >
Author: Frank Langella

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
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