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  • Make a Practical and Wise Decision Making by Reading Eyelash Reviews

    By Ashley Monroe

    Have you ever imagine the way you will appear if you have different eyelashes? You will find different eyelash reviews online that will truly help you in choosing if changes for your eyelashes will be advantageous. You can read several reviews about those enhancement products available in the market that claims to provide the user with modified eyelashes. Moreover, you may also find some lash reviews regarding false eyelashes. This may become slightly old fashioned yet when you read those reviews, you will discover that fake eyelashes have similarly became famous amongst several women most especially those who are engaged in modelling.  Read..

  • Optical Coherence Tomography

    By Adam Nicolson

    Optical coherence tomography, or OCT, is the very latest way to examine the eye. As the name suggests it gives an optician the chance to see the topography of the eye. It involves extremely advanced imaging technique that produces a very detailed picture of the entire eye.  Read..

  • Eye Surgeon Takes Care of Your Eyes

    By andy352

    We all know that our body is made up of thousands of organs and these entire organs combine together to make into various organ systems. All these organ system have there own individual piece of work but still they all work in proper coordination so that our body can have a proper mechanism. We just cannot imagine our life without these organ systems. If any one of the organ system face any kind of problem then it is quite obvious that the other organs will also face some or other problem.  Read..

  • Healthy eyes linked to healthy diet and lifestyle

    By Joanna Seddon

    A healthy diet containing plenty of antioxidants and fish can reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), says a new study from Harvard Medical School.  Read..


    By Dr William Taylor - Eye Specialist

    Introduction As we all grow older, changes occur in our organ systems including our eyes. Most ocular changes associated with age are not a reflection of disease processes but can have a significant effect on vision.  Read..

  • 9 Simple Ways to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

    By Tanya Turner

    Do you eyes feel tired and sore by the end of the day? Modern life puts a lot of stress on our bodies and eyes are among the first things to suffer. But it doesn't have to be this way. Learn simple things you can do for your eye health and your eyes will feel and look much better in only a few days.  Read..

  • Sight for Sore Eyes: Preventing Computer Eyestrain

    By Karen Barrow

    You do it when you check your email; you do it when you surf the web. In fact, you're probably doing it right now—straining your eyes in front of the computer.  Read..

  • Dry Eyes

    By Richard Romando

    The eye is a vital organ that converts the reflected light from an object into neuron signals and feed them to the brain for processing and identification of the object.  Read..

  • Help Your Kids See Better

    By Chris Markert

    Teachers often observe that their pupils can see the blackboard quite well at the beginning of the term, - but their vision deteriorates as weeks go by. Most school children before school age have good vision. But ten years later most of them have vision problems and have to wear glasses or lenses.  Read..

  • Vision Correction

    By Kent Pinkerton

    From ordinary spectacles to contact lenses and laser surgery, vision correction has come a long way since the first pair of spectacles was made in the 13th century. These new methods of correction can potentially restore vision back to normal. They attempt to reduce any refractive error by making light rays focus properly on the retina.  Read..

  • Free Eye Exercises for better vision ...Easy, Tried-and-Tested!

    These eye exercises helps thousands to have better vision - without glasses, contacts or surgery.
    Are you tired of how often you need your glasses? Or are you suffering from any of these eye problems:  Read..

  • Eye Health

    By Elizabeth Srejic

    Aging, diabetes, oxidative damage and other challenges of life wield the potential to produce a host of debilitating ocular woes. However, supplementation with various antioxidant vitamins, minerals and carotenoids and botanicals may help prevent degenerative eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.  Read..

  • Vitamins for better sight

    By Lac Tran

    In underdeveloped countries, inadequate nutrition is the main cause of blindness. Vitamins are antioxidants that keep our body including our eyes healthy. Vitamins A, C, and E have all been shown to be important in eyehealth. There is increasing evidence that many fresh foods such as fruits, vegetables and fish contains components which are important for eye health.  Read..

  • Good Eye Care Habits

    By adopting good eye care habits, we can prevent many common eye problems. In fact, as parents, we should always try to cultivate good eye care habits in our children.
    One of the main causes of high myopia rate is that many of us do not know or do not reinforce the importance of good reading habits.  Read..

  • Eye-staining technique offers early detection for dry eye syndrome

    Dry Eye Syndrome Treatment
    Lissamine green sounds like the latest cleaning sensation being hawked on television and probably not something you would want to get in your eyes.  Read..

  • What You Should Know About Lasik Eye Surgery

    By Jeanette Pollock

    Lasik eye surgery has been big news on the vision front. With many people flocking to have the procedure done it has become one of the most popular eye surgeries. The idea that lasik is a solution for anyone with bad vision also proves that much is unknown about lasik. Before committing to the surgery patients should look into what lasik is and what it can do for vision.  Read..

  • March is Family Eye Health Month

    By ARA Content

    From 6 months old to 106 years old - everyone needs an eye exam
    (ARA) - Almost 80 percent of preschool-aged children never have an eye exam. And many vision screenings in school don't test for common eye diseases. What can you do to help protect your family's eyesight? A regular eye exam - during Family Eye Health Month - is a great way to start!  Read..

  • The Eye And Vision Errors

    By David May

    The LASIK surgery is a very popular procedure made in order to get rid of glasses and being able to see clearly without any assistance. The eye laser surgery is not right for anyone and can be dangerous if not going to a specialist for observation and consultant.  Read..

  • LASIK Facts

    By Joseph Then

    Lasik eye surgery is a relatively new type of surgery. It is the process of correcting a person's vision by reshaping the cornea to restore normal vision. Many people have questions or have heard various things about lasik surgery. Here are some lasik facts to help demystify this procedure.  Read..

  • Hot Tips About Cool Contact Lenses To Save You Money

    By Helen Hecker

    Most contact lens wearers are usually surprised and happy with the level of comfort they find that lenses provide. It's easy to order the perfect low cost contact lenses online today. Once that you have your contact lens prescription it's easy to buy discount contact lenses online or from stores, over the phone, or by mail if you wish.  Read..

  • Non Prescription Color Contact Lenses - It's Time to Change Your Eye Color

    By Tatyana Turner

    Many people who need contact lenses recently switched to color contacts with corrective powers. But you don't have to be shortsighted or longsighted to enjoy a new eye color. Find out how you can get non-prescription color lenses and what you need to know to make the right choice.  Read..

  • Color Contact Lenses - 7 Things You Need to Consider Before Buying Them

    By Tanya Turner

    Color contact lenses can really brighten your look and your life, but selecting the perfect pair is not as easy as it sounds. We will tell you everything you need to know about color contacts.  Read..

  • Eye Sty Treatment Tips

    By Juliet Cohen

    An eye sty is a common infection of the hair follicle of an eyelash. Generally, an eye stye starts with a small pimple. Within the next few days, it gets filled with pus and consequently bursts and heals on its own with the draining of infection.  Read..

  • A Brief Description Of How We See

    While it is quite technical to deal in physiological technicalities, which can be found in any textbook on ophthalmology, it may be helpful to summarize briefly the structure of the eye. The eyeball is embedded in fat and fibrous tissue and lodged in bony sockets called orbits. It is held in place and rotated by means of six extrinsic muscles, attached to the posterior bony wall of the socket; at the anterior pole, they are inserted into the eyeball.  Read..

  • Cataracts, Complications, Rezoom and Restore

    By Jay Stockman

    A Cataract is the gradual opacification, and yellowing of the natural lens in the eye. The most common type is called Senile, or Nuclear type, and results from the absorption of high energy light over a period of years.  Read..

  • Medicare Now Covers Glaucoma Detection Eye Exam

    Medicare now covers an annual dilated eye examination for all people at high risk for glaucoma. This important new preventive benefit will safeguard the vision of millions of Americans enrolled in the Medicare program.  Read..

  • Glaucoma - Causes And Treatment

    By Noble Ihezie

    Glaucoma can occur in any age. It is very possible at birth (infantile Glaucoma) and it may develop at any time during life. However, the rates of primary Glaucoma, particularly open-angle Glaucoma, increase with advancing age.  Read..

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