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Baby Eye Problems

16th December 2011
Most parents, when seeing their baby for the first time, are especially eager to get a look at her eyes. Unfortunately, they seldom get a very good look. In the first place, most babies keep their eyes closed most of the time. In the second, babies are ve... Read >
Author: Rashid Javed

Useful Eye Care Tips for Women of Any Age

04th November 2011
According to the World Health Organisation almost two thirds of blind people worldwide are women and girls. Women are also prone to develop dry eye problems more than men. There are several ways to keep the eyes healthy to prevent serious eye problems fro... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

Eye Infection, Strep Diagnoses Post ICD-10

23rd March 2011
When ICD-10 goes into effect, you will have to gear up for changes across the board as far as diagnosis coding is concerned. Many a time, you will have more choices that may need changing the way you document services and a coder reports it. Take a look a... Read >
Author: James Smith

New action from FDA towards acanthamoeba infection

03rd June 2010
As a type of microorganism, acanthamoeba can be found almost anywhere and it always thrives in moist environments. This microorganism is more commonly found in regions with humid, warmer climates. One form of acanthamoeba can cause serious consequences to... Read >
Author: homas Carter

Some misconceptions on contact lenses

07th May 2010
Compared with glasses, contact lenses can help us to see clearly without influencing our appearance. But not like glasses which are periphery to the eyes, contact lenses are stick to our eyeball, so we should pay special attention when we use them in case... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Eye Recovery after LASIK Surgery

05th March 2010
Recovery period after LASIK surgery is fast but important, especially in its early stage. A good eye recovery is the main advantage of LASIK surgery and it can guarantee the patients to resume their work as earlier as possible as a result of the benefits ... Read >
Author: MichellePerkins

Can A Person Be Infected Again Of Gonorrhea After Cure And Treatment?

22nd October 2009
1(888)MAX-LABS or 1(888)629-5227 Gonorrhea is one of the most common and oldest known sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It causes urethritis, cervicitis , epididymitis, pharyngitis , proctitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and can spread... Read >
Author: Dr. James Brown

8 Health Problems Caused by Sewage Damage

15th August 2009
There are many serious health hazards associated with sewage damage. 120 variants of viruses, to be exact, many of which can be fatal if not caught in time or treated correctly. Unfortunately, not every one is fully aware of just how dangerous this sort o... Read >
Author: WaterDamageTeam

Mold – The Good and Bad

18th May 2009
Can we fall sick due to mold presence in our environment? Well, yes and no. Two people exposed to mold in a room will react differently. One may feel stuffy and start to get a headache, while the other may feel nothing at all. This depends on their le... Read >
Author: Samatha Oliver

Blepharitis After Your Eyelid Surgery? Take Care

22nd May 2008
Before you enter cosmetic treatment for your eyelids, your eyelid surgeon will prescribe you an antibiotic which safeguards against any eye infection that could be contracted post-surgery. A very common eye infection- blepharitis, is known to attack pa... Read >
Author: breastsurgery

Contact Lenses vs Glasses, What is Best for You?

30th December 2005
Many people wear contact lenses for reasons of convenience and beauty, but they also have practical advantages over glasses. Here are some of them: Vision becomes more natural and the sizes of objects are represented correctly. Glasses distort the form a... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner
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