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And the optician's verdict is ..... by Sue F. Posted Mon 18 May 2009 12:00am .... that I've got a tear in my cornea. So I've got medicated eye-drops to prevent infection, and since I'm going to have to wear my glasses for a bit whilst it heals, I've also had to fork out £180 for a new pair of glasses with an up-to-date prescription in. Bloody marvellous. And just in time for the wedding this weekend when I'd have re ... Read on »
The Twilight of Expertise (part 16: opticians) by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 12:48pm These glasses can help everyone, not just the poor: The wearer adjusts a dial on the syringe to add or reduce amount of fluid in the membrane, thus changing the power of the lens. When the wearer is happy with the strength of each lens the membrane is sealed by twisting a small screw, and the syringes removed. The principle is so simple, the ... Read on »
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Fighting for my rights by Kathryn .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Dec 2008 4:20pm   I need to get to work on the diary I need for my DLA claim. The system now favours those who cheat over the real claimants. The reason is that the questions on the forms need to be answered in a certain way. If you are a cheat then the chances are that you know what to say. I also believe that those who really have problems mostly tr ... Read on »
Ray Ban Shades Online - Quirkily Fashionable And Sold At Online stores by brendvonick Posted Sat 26 Jan 2013 12:45pm Summer's simply around the corner and incredibly soon, a lot of individuals will be wearing their most delightful set of designer sunglasses to total their summer ensembles. Sunglasses aren't just fashionable fashion accessories however they are highly effective within guaranteeing the well-being from the eyes; they are actually great safety ... Read on »
Day 1 (week 2) - status report by Sue F. Posted Tue 19 May 2009 12:00am So here we go again for the week. It was a funny old day yesterday as I spent most of it in town either at the opticians for various appointments or lurking / shopping waiting for my glasses to be made up. For me, that means that it's great for snacking as I'm busy and not thinking about food, although does mean making a sensible choice come l ... Read on »
At last, some good news? by Sarah Reed Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 15 Jan 2010 4:23am According to the Daily Mirror today, a test for Alzheimer's could be carried out by shop opticians within five years. Scientists have found a way to detect the disease before any symptoms emerge during eye exams. By putting harmless fluorescent dye on the retina, they can spot dying cells - an early indication of Alzheimer's. Th ... Read on »
Getting the eyes checked: Tick by Funny Old Life Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 13 Sep 2010 10:13am The eyes are sooo important. I needed a contacts lens checkup and popped into my optician this morning. It’s Tricky Dicky Time.  Today was a different experience with my new cochlear implant. (It’s still a baby, so it’s still new and exciting.) I was annoyed with the horrible music they were playing in the shop – I had never noticed this be ... Read on »
Basic Eye Care and Children’s Vision by EyeDrD Posted Wed 14 Sep 2011 9:35am It’s difficult to know if or when your child needs to see an eye care provider. But most experts agree that eye exams performed during regular well-child visits – help protect your child’s vision and provide useful information about his or her eye health. ... Read on »
He Sat on His Glasses by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Thu 05 Jul 2012 4:58am AGAIN! Yes! He sat on his glasses again! So this is his third pair of glasses. *Aaarrggghhhh* There are certain (few, I would say) things I am extremely particular about, one of them is myopia. I had written TOO MANY posts on this topic and mentioned in the past about how heartbroken I would be if my children have myopia. Som ... Read on »