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Your Child’s Vision: Recognizing Problems (Guest Post) by BreastFeedingMums .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Nov 2011 12:00am Your child’s vision is the most important of all his senses. Although there are programs designed specifically for the advancement of the blind, the truth is that if your child goes undiagnosed for vision problems, he is likely to miss out when he gets to school since the majority of materials are presented visually. This ... Read on »
Notal Vision: The ForeseeHome AMD Monitor and It’s Potential to Save Vision – A First Report by Irv Arons Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 09 Mar 2010 2:58pm During the last week of January, I spotted a news release about a company that I had never heard of before, and its device to monitor dry and wet AMD patients in their homes. After thinking about this for a short while, I realized that this device could have a huge potential in letting retinal physicians know how quickly the disease was progressi ... Read on »
DOCTOR MY EYES...MIGHT NEED HELP by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 12:00am OK, where were you in the summer and fall of 1972?  Yes, that's 40 years ago!  Helpful Buckeye can tell you that I was well into my curriculum in veterinary medical school at Ohio State...and doing a little substitute teaching on the side to help put food on the table.  I was doing the teaching at a mid-sized public school in subu ... Read on »
Psychiatric anosognosia: Does the psychiatric vision need some good therapy? by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 25 Oct 2011 10:55pm One of the shadier concepts in psychiatry in that of anosognosia.  It basically means that because you have mental illness that you have suffered some kind of brain damage that makes you unable to realize that you are ill.  It is remarkable notion that is used most frequently by people like the Treatment Advocacy Center to justify that the ment ... Read on »
Kids' Headaches Rarely Due to Vision Problems, Study Finds by HealthFinder Posted Tue 13 Nov 2012 12:00pm healthnewslink Findings refute common belief that eyeglasses will cure recurring headaches in children. TUE ... Read on »
How to Stop Age-Related Vision Loss Now by Total Health Breakthroughs Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Jul 2009 12:05am 1 Comment Age-related vision loss is a sad fact of life for a vast number of adults. But there is one misconception that tends to float around. It comes in one word: inevitable. In fact, vision loss is not an inevitable part of aging. Researchers have proven that your ability to see details may actually increase as you get older. With that in mind, ... Read on »
AMD Update 9: Notal Vision’s AMD Home Monitoring Device Officially Joins AREDS2 Clinical Trial by Irv Arons Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 20 Apr 2010 10:50am Beginning in May, the NEI/NIH will begin recruiting 1000 patients in a cohort study, from among those participating in the AREDS2 clinical trial. Half of the recruits will be provided the Notal ForeSeeHome Device to monitor their progression from mid- tolate-stage dry AMD to neovascular, or wet-stage AMD, while the other half will monitor their ... Read on »
Apeliotus Vision Science’s AdaptDx Device for Early Detection of Dry AMD – A First Report by Irv Arons Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Sep 2010 6:14pm I follow The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (MEEI) on Twitter, and late last month I noticed a message looking for candidates to participate in a trial using the Apeliotus AdaptDx to detect the early stages of  AMD. This was the first I had heard about either this company or the device, and my natural curiosity compelled me to look further ... 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 »
Saturday’s Central Park Quickie: Crowded, Cloudy & Cool by Will Run For Glitter Posted Mon 01 Oct 2012 8:12am Disappointment is: going into the refrigerator for that last bit of delicious eggplant dip only to find it’s been eaten. It’s also waking up at 8 am to run; making impromptu plans to meet a friend at the park; “fueling” or whatever with a bowl of cereal, almond milk and cinnamon, and two rice crackers with almond butter and wild blueberry j ... Read on »