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Looking into the Eye - MS and Vision by stuart Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:20pm If you've ever had double or blurred vision, eye pain or any visual limitations, you're not alone. Up to 80% of people living with relapsing MS have, or have experienced vision difficulties.1In fact, a vision problem is often one of the first symptoms of relapsing MS. Read on to learn more about MS and vision. Why does MS Affect My ... Read on »
Testosterone for Dry Eyes by Jeffrey Dach MD by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 9:50am Testosterone for Dry Eye Syndrome  by Jeffrey Dach MD  Mrs. B was 58 years old with typical menopausal symptoms of night sweats and hot flashes, and came to see me because of dry itchy, red eyes.  The lids sometimes swell because of the irritation.  Over the years, Mrs ... Read on »
CooperVision Recalls 600,000 Avaira Toric Contact Lenses by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 3:23am The lens of the recalled contacts have a presence of residue and that is the reason for the recall.  The web page has an area to where you can enter your lot number to see if you have one of the recalled sets.  8 million lenses are being recalled but only 600,00 were sold in the US.  BD WASHINGTON — One of the nation’s largest eye ca ... Read on »
A Look Inside: The Mechanics Of The Human Eye by Peter C. Facebook Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 4:42am To understand how Los Angeles Lasik surgery may help you see better and reduce or eliminate your need for glasses or contact lenses, it is helpful to understand how the eye works. In order to see clearly, the "normal" eye is designed to focus images clearly onto the retina. This focusing power is a combination of the front surface layer of the ... Read on »
Reduce & Prevent Computer-Related Eye Strain by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:42am Reduce & Prevent Computer-Related Eye Strain: Ergonomic Problems of the Eye or Computer-Related Eye strain is the most common Ergonomics Problem that computer users all over the world experience. A number of symptoms associated with Ergonomic Eye Problems or Computer Eye strain have been experienced and proved worldwide. Here are ... Read on »
Save Yourself from the Perils of A Stroke by rajesh moganti Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 5:07am A stroke can take place when the blood supply to brain is cut off and leads to brain damage and possibly death. The risk factors for the brain stroke are high blood pressure indulging in vices such as smoking or uncontrolled drinking, diabetes, advanced age, genetic, high blood cholesterol, obesity, and a life style which is highly sedentary ... Read on »
Merck Going for the Eyes With Acquiring Inspire Pharmaceuticals, Inc. by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 05 Apr 2011 3:27pm The main drug here is for treating conjunctivitis of the eyes and with all we have in the air today, I would guess any of us could develop this at any time.  I have had it years ago and glad there are companies out there that have the cure by all means.  BD  Press Release: WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. & RALEIGH, N.C.--( BUSINESS ... Read on »
Viagra: The Rise is in the Eye of the Pill-Holder by David K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:27pm 1 Comment This week's photos aren't as gory as last week's Worm in the Eye, but they are fascinating nevertheless. There is a retinal disorder called "Central Serous Retinopathy" (or simply CSR). In this disorder, the thin layer of nerves and blood vessels that coats the inside of the eye - the retina - forms a fluid-filled elevation -- a blis ... Read on »
Do you have “pink eye” and what is the treatment for pink eye by rita359 Posted Tue 15 Jan 2013 10:54am Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is a redness and inflammation of the eye membranes, aka the conjunctiva, which covers the eye whites and the membranes in the inner part of the eyelids. Pink eye can be caused by allergies, bacteria, chemicals and toxins, viruses, etc., because these membranes are very sensitive and delicate parts of the body. It ca ... Read on »
How Sudden Onset Glaucoma Almost Cost Me My Vision. It Could Happen To You by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Sat 31 May 2014 6:07pm By Bob Aronson Recently on my Facebook group, Organ Transplant Initiative (OTI) I wrote about my experience with Acute Glaucoma.  It started with a little headache and by the time I got to the ER had foolishly endured 16 hours of searing hot, constant, ever increasing pain.  I knew I had early stage cataracts but never associated that cond ... Read on »