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Cataract removal surgery procedure for the over 50s

14th November 2011
Cataracts are very common but very treatable. They occur when the lens of the eye becomes hardened and slightly cloudy with age. If left untreated they can severely affect eyesight, even causing partial blindness. They are extremely treatable however. Hav... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

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

Expert Opinion on Choosing Sunglasses

22nd August 2011
Most people know that they should use sunscreen to protect their skin from sunís harmful rays. However, they do not know their eyes can be damaged as well. Buying sunglasses is more helpful for protecting our eyes rather than just a fashion statement. It ... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Boston Terrier Problems

08th June 2011
The list of most widespread Boston Terrier health and fitness difficulties is rather short, and most persons appreciate a very long, healthful life with their lovable companion.These problems typically contain eye, orthopedic and pores and skin challenges... Read >
Author: Bennett Parsons

Why Radiation Protective Wear is Important for Health Care Workers

08th June 2011
The amazing ability to look inside the body using x-rays was first discovered in 1895. With little known about its dangers, it was inevitable that the first victim to die from radiation was Thomas Edisonís x-ray technologist, Clarence Dally. Due to repeat... Read >
Author: Art Jones

Boston Terrier Eye Troubles

31st May 2011
When cataracts can at times be plainly noticeable, it is most frequently diagnosed by a veterinarian applying a CERF test. Deemed to be a considerable problem with Boston Terriers, carrier dogs ought to not be bred. Boston Terrier puppies will need to rec... Read >
Author: Bennett Parsons

Functions of sunglasses

30th March 2011
According to one study, people wearing sunglasses regularly have less possibility of damage to eyes compare to those who donít wear. However eye protection is not the only function of sunglasses, there are some other too. To broaden our views and to know ... Read >
Author: articlealley

Glaucoma Screenings: S0620 or G0117 -Which Code to go for?

23rd March 2011
With more than 18 choices to sift through when coding a glaucoma visit, you need these simple guidelines to secure the insurer preferred code that lands payment, and not denial. You have four choices for coding glaucoma exams, depending on the payer, ty... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Cataract Surgery: A Step By Step Explanation Cataract Removal

29th June 2010
What is a cataract? A cataract is a general clouding that develops in the midsections of the crystalline lenses of the eyeballs. Cataracts can vary is severity from quite mild to causing complete opaqueness. Light rays are obstructed from entering the ... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

Does My Dog Have Glaucoma?

03rd June 2010
While Glaucoma is an extremely serious illness, it doesn't usually happen in dogs too much. Most of the time blindness in dogs happens from an accident, although there are those moments when Glaucoma happens due to genetic issues. When genetics are the ca... Read >
Author: AnneMing

Cataracts and Cataract Surgery for Senior Citizens

27th October 2009
Cataracts & Cataract Surgery: Guide for Senior Citizens A majority of senior citizens over the age of 80 have experienced what is known as a cataract, or a clouding of the lens in the eye, which usually leads to deteriorated eyesight. It is important t... Read >
Author: TheCaringSpace.com

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

Rescue Dog Training - How to Stop Your Rescue Dog From Biting, Nipping, Snarling and Growling

20th May 2009
Certainly the most serious of all negative behaviors a dog can exhibit, biting cannot be tolerated under any circumstances. Understanding the root cause will help you to identify the most appropriate training technique to correct and eliminate this neg... Read >
Author: Bob Hunsicker

The Health Benefits of Drinking Wine Loving Your Body

01st May 2009
There are numerous benefits to drinking wine every day, in moderation. When the medical studies first came out with this news, not surprisingly people were somewhat sceptical. Drinking alcohol everyday was not something that was normally recommended by do... Read >
Author: Phillip Wainwright

"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
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