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Astigmatism More Common in Hispanic Preschoolers by Medline Plus Posted Tue 12 Oct 2010 8:21am Tuesday, October 12, 2010    By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young Hispanic children may be more likely to have the vision defect astigmatism than their African-American peers, a new study finds. Astigmatism refers to a distortion i ... Read on »
Is LASIK for Astigmatism Safe after Cataract Surgery? by drhiss123 Posted Sat 28 May 2011 7:45am   Cataract surgery is a well known and popular procedure for older patients who suffer from vision loss after cataracts. Those familiar with LASIK surgery know that it is possible to have cataracts after LASIK. What some don’t know is if LASIK is possible aftercataract surgery Las Vegaseye doctors say that it is possible. LASIK af ... Read on »
A Cute Image From The Colored Contacts For Astigmatism by Merrilee Fullerton Medical Doctor Posted Tue 17 Apr 2012 10:09pm If you are cute but not sure of your eyes image, the best option is to go for colored contacts for astigmatism. The search for beauty should not drag you into putting on shades. The best solution lies with the contact lenses. Purchase the colored contacts for astigmatism that come at an affordable price and high quality. The lenses will c ... Read on »
Toric Design Offers Hope for Astigmatism and Presbyopia Patients by chelsea.hasbrouck Posted Sun 23 Dec 2012 10:02am     When you suffer from astigmatism, presbyopia, or another condition that makes wearing contact lenses painful, then you may filter through any news announcements concerning them. With that in mind, this article addresses the revolution that is toric lenses: special, altered lenses that are comfortable for those with special conditions. ... Read on »
Flipping Through the Channels of Life by Posted Wed 26 Oct 2011 2:40pm Hihi, blogadoodles! This week has been a roller coaster ride with ups and downs and upside-downs and inside-outs and twists and turns. I’m feeling woozy—literally—get me off… now! I went for an eye examination on Monday, my first one in 15 years. I’ve had difficulty focusing my eyes for quite some years now, lots of squinting, bu ... Read on »
Laser Eye Surgery & Boob Jobs by Angie All The Way Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:15pm I'll get to that part in here eventually :-P On Randi's question yesterday on whether the PB2 is good on toast, I decided to try it out. The most obvious way to have it, like on toast, flew right past my radar because I was so excited trying to come up with other ways to use it :-D So today for Breakfast I had two peices of BodyWise whole wh ... Read on »
If there are 22,000 illness’s in this world I should technically be thankful even if I had just ten of them. by Lexie Posted Wed 18 Jan 2012 8:11pm Here are just the psychiatrist disorders we have discovered. For full affect, scroll quickly with head tilted back and eyes widened to incredibly height. A few gasps here and there would be helpful. Anxiety Disorders 309.9 Adjustment Disorder Unspecified Adjustment Disorders 309.24 Adj ... Read on »
Jeepers Creepers by Tricia Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 3:44pm Georgia's peepers. Other than the absolute HISSY FIT she threw (think: screaming loud enough for the waiting room to hear and squinting the self-same eyes that need to be examined), G's eye exam was good. Her eyesight is only minimally worse (she's mildly near-sighted) and the doctor saw a slight astigmatism, but basically we go back for a f ... Read on »
PMA Final Decisions for March 2011 by FDA Posted Fri 29 Apr 2011 12:00am Below are Premarket Approvals (PMA), Product Development Protocols (PDP), Supplement and Notice Decisions. This list is generated on a monthly basis. A PDF document that contains the "Approval letter and Summary of Safety and Effectiveness" is being added to this listing for each PMA. The PMA number will appear as a l ... Read on »
"Bee"-ography Monday by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 18 Jul 2011 6:14pm After a very tumultuously, nerve-wracking early surprise pregnancy, full of unknowns and impossibilities (not the usual shock and excitement), a 23-week old ultrasound confirmed a baby boy with obvious brain abnormalities. Doctors immediately advised us to terminate, something that they had nearly successfully convinced us of, until my niece ... Read on »