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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 »
What works best for reducing the redness of rosacea? by DrEmilyAltman Posted Mon 02 Apr 2012 2:08pm April is Rosacea Awareness Month. Rosacea is a skin condition that causes redness, dilated capillaries, red papules and pustules on the face. When it affects the eyes, the eyes can feel dry, irritated and red. There may be a sensation of sand in the eyes as well. Rosacea usually starts with easy flushing or blushing and may or may not progress ... Read on »
Victoria's Secret to Include Free Safety Goggles with Thong Purchases by David K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:27pm This is all over the news in the past few days. A 52 year-old woman in Los Angeles (where else?) is suing Victoria's Secret because while she was putting on her newly purchased thong, a piece of decorative metal flew from it and struck her eye. Her attorney states that it caused "excruciating pain" and that the injury was so severe it required ... Read on »
Hope Rising: A New Lyme Protocol by Renee Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:08pm If you are not interested in a detailed account of my appointment with my LLMD and what new protocols are being used now, just move on and come back another day! Otherwise, my friends, keep reading! Yesterday was my appointment with my LLMD. I see my doctor about every 3-4 months but she is a phone call away when something comes up...like the he ... Read on »
Vaccine ingredients - shocking truth by Gabriela D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 9:22am VACCINE INGREDIENTS Below is a list of ingredients in vaccines. (It is not exhaustive - there are other chemicals not in the list.) If you are tempted to assume that these poisons would only be in harmless quantities in vaccines, note 1) There is no safe level for some of these poisons, such as formaldehyde and mercury, even if one of them ... Read on »
On Getting Meds Without a Visit (or, What’s a VCPR and Why You Should Care) by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Thu 16 Sep 2010 3:13pm Scenario A: Let’s say your cat gets an eye infection and you want to get her the same meds she was prescribed when she was last seen by her healthcare provider for the same thing. Problem is, your veterinarian says, "Sorry. Since we haven’t seen her in almost two years, we’re going to have to ask you to come in for a visit first." Unfortunat ... Read on »
Bright Lights, Red Squares, And A Ride I Did Not Need by Renee Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Oct 2011 6:27pm I went to the eye specialist here in town today.  It is not my favorite thing to do.   I had an eye exam, then a visual field test that I absolutely detest.  You look at a small bright light with one eye while the other is covered with a hard plastic patch that is fastened to your head.  Then you need click this little hand held button every time ... Read on »
A Tug Of War by Renee Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Jun 2012 1:41pm I find myself in a tug of war.  I am thrilled that Joel is HEALED!  He is doing so well, and when something comes up he just prays for it to be gone and it leaves.  Pain, fatigue, eye problem, whatever~ it leaves.  S.e.r.i.o.u.s.l.y.   Like I said I am so happy for him.  I confess, though, that this is not how it works for me.  Nope.  ... Read on »
Now this is very interesting... ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:25pm  Now this is very interesting...much less evasive than dialating pupils in the eyes...BD BiCOM Inc. at a recent conference call, reported better than expected results due to a successful launch and unexpected increase in sales of its recently introduced transpalpebral (through the eyelid) tonometer Diaton, a device used for Glaucoma detect ... Read on »
Corneal Abrasions in Children by Dr. Sheila Cason Medical Doctor Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:40pm A pitiful site isn’t it? I thought so too! She broke my heart all day long. It started at 3:30 am when she came running to my room screaming, “I scratched my eye! I scratched my eye!” I pulled her to me and saw that she was rubbing her eye like crazy with the corner of her blankie. I thought that might be the problem but she distinctly co ... Read on »