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Samsung And LG 55-Inch 3D TVs - A Comparison Review

21st March 2012
When LG announced its Infinia 55LW6500 55-Inch Cinema 3D HDTV and included four pairs of passive 3D glasses, one had to figure that this new large-screen high-definition television was going to be just another one of the large crowd of passive-eyeglass 3D... Read >
Author: Roberto Sedycias

Options for Walking Canes for Women

07th September 2011
Falling to the ground is inevitable as we age, but we can prevent ourselves from limping with pain while walking through the use of a walking cane. Walking canes are used to maintain balance while walking. The use of a walking cane is recommended by thera... Read >
Author: tristanbenette

Getting Used to Monovision

05th February 2010
Monovision is the contact lens technique for presbyopia that involves fitting a corrective lens for distance on a patient's dominant eye* and a near-vision one on the other. As with bifocal or multifocal lenses, it is an option that allows the same pair o... Read >
Author: Chelsea Francis

Ray Ban Sunglasses: a glorious past

09th October 2009
Ray Ban sunglasses boast a glorious history beginning from their birth in 1937. Ray Ban is a sunglasses manufacturer founded back in 1937 by Bausch & Lomb for the United States Army Air Corps. Few years earlier, after a balloon flying, Lieutenant ... Read >
Author: Christie Barrett

What To Look For When Buying Good Sunglasses?

10th March 2009
Sunglasses have become a staple of our daily fashion accessories. Some times ago what people needed were nice watches or jewellery, but nowadays items like sunglasses, hats, and scarves are becoming more and more important. Sunglasses, of course, also ful... Read >
Author: Debra Brian Hunt

Why are there different Sunglass Lens Colours?

10th March 2009
Simply walking down the street, you see many people wearing sunglasses. The first thing people notice about sunglasses is the color of the lenses. There are blue, orange, grey, yellow, and black, to name a few, and each color has a specific purpose. While... Read >
Author: Lauren Johnson

Lazy Eye: It May Not Be What You Think

01st March 2007
Lazy eye is a disorder of the coordination between the eye and the brain, usually beginning in childhood. This disorder causes the body to prefer one eye over the other. It is known medically as amblyopia. Lazy eye is characterized by poor or blurry vi... Read >
Author: George McKenzie
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