Category: General

Summer Solstice and the Eyes

The amount of sunshine hitting the earth varies daily, but it also varies seasonally. Two moments in the year, the Summer solstice occurs. In the Northern Hemisphere, June 20 to June 21st and in the Southern Hemisphere, December 21 or 22nd, the path of the Sun in the sky locates farthest. It means those days […]

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Make Sure You are Ready for International Literacy Day

The days have become shorter, and suddenly September 8th arrives, and it’s International Literacy Day. Reading remains one of the significant ways that people grow intellectually, emotionally, and even psychologically. New books give new ideas or release emotions safely. It provides a point of conversation with others as discoveries in the reading become shared. It […]

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When Things Look Different

Do you keep pulling up a chair next to the television to exam the freckles on the performers? You find you can only do social distancing to three feet or one does not know where their loved one is? Consider this In a year designated as 2020, it reminds a person they may need to […]

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Ways to Know You Have Myopia

Looking at the family photos, you may find a new setting or environment unexpectantly has appeared in the background though you were in the picture and remember differently. If you took the photo, the background does not look as stunning as your artistic sense first thought when you examined the photo up close. Now that […]

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The Science Behind Fruits and Healthy Eyes

A set of nutrients exists that helps maintain eye health. Though true some conditions, the eyes have nutrients that would not directly help. Over the long term, many conditions will not worsen if the eyes receive the nutrients necessary to repair and maintain. A few conditions eating a set of fruits or veggies will help […]

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A Deep Dive About Eyes

As a person encounters people, they often take a few seconds to exam the eyes. A form of nonverbal communication often determines how a person responds. Eye contact in some realms has been believed so necessary that whole books have been written on how to make or break a deal. When it comes to matters […]

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Quality of Life for the Eyes

Maintaining eyesight remains one of the most important ways a person can contribute to their quality of life. As a person ages, changes within the structure of the eye itself, including the lens occur. Age-related vision differences may appear as more difficulty in clearly seeing objects up close. Many people after 40 complain of fuzzy […]

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Ghosts, Spots and Halos Oh MY!

In the month of October, everyone expects to see some unusual visuals such as ghosts, fiends, vampires, goblins, ghouls, and gremlins. They enter our workplaces, our homes and everyone laughs and giggles at the dark side who has no power except lies and fears if someone believes such silliness. After that continuing to comment on […]

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Ghosts, Spots and Halos Oh MY!

In the month of October, everyone expects to see some unusual visuals such as ghosts, fiends, vampires, goblins, ghouls, and gremlins. They enter our workplaces, our homes and everyone laughs and giggles at the dark side who has no power except lies and fears if someone believes such silliness. After that continuing to comment on […]

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It’s All About The Frames

Though laser eye surgery reduces the need for glasses, it does not necessarily do away with eyewear. For days in the sun and some activities, a set of glasses may be needed. Work requirements often demand glasses be worn. Getting eyewear that you like makes it much more likely you will use it. The frames […]

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