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Legal Blindness


Posted By on Jan 31, 2018 in General, Uncategorized

Legal blindness in the USA defines as a medical diagnosis where the central visual acuity measures at 20/200 or less even with correction. A person may have the label of legal blindness but still have usable vision. Presently the National Federation of the Blind states about 1.3 million people has the condition. Heightened awareness of the condition happens in January with National Braille Literacy Month. The group with the highest...

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Eyes remain one of the most complicated and fascinating structures in the human body. Digital cameras though marvelous works of mechanical engineering cannot do all that the eye can do. According to Dr. Roger Clark, a leading digital and film imaging scientist who works with NASA, the resolution of the human eye approximates 576 megapixels. Many cameras do take much more in-depth resolution pictures of stars and distant galaxies, but...

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Wearing glasses requires a sacrifice at least once a day. A person will try to do without them and end up being a contortionist in the arms just to read something. Unless a person must wear glasses, they do not understand. The following list should help people who do not wear glasses understand. 1. Once a person starts wearing glasses, it becomes an extension of the face literally. People describe the glasses a person has chosen...

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A “Festival of Lights” occurs every year in December that does not have the designation of Christmas. For eight nights families will gather around a menorah. The sacred candle represents Divine inspirations, wisdom, and light. Known as a sacred vessel in the Holy Temple of Jerusalem the menorah connects Jews to their history while moving them forward into the future. When the menorah comes out so do special blessings, gift...

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Cataracts define as a clouding of the lens related to aging. About half of 80-year-old Americans have cataracts in the making or had to have cataract surgery. The lens in the eye has a transparency that lets the light shine through to concentrate on the retina. It allows nerve signals to process properly to the brain and make sharp clear images. As a lens becomes blurry the images also blur that the brain receives. Diseases such as...

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Thanksgiving will soon be here and everybody is planning on ways to make it even more special than last year. Now, before you start looking for a new recipe to surprise and delight the whole family with, why not celebrate Thanksgiving by being thankful for your healthy eyesight and making sure that you and your family will share nutritious, good for the eyes Thanksgiving meal? Here are best foods for the eyes that you can serve this...

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