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Your Level Of Motivation and Contact Lenses by Cathy Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 5:41pm I know that patience is a virtue but it isn’t exactly one of my strong ones.  I wish I had more patience but it isn’t something that is a natural for me. This is evident again to me recently.  Almost a week ago I started wearing contact lenses.  I’ve needed to wear something to correct my vision for a few years.  The majority of my life, I hav ... Read on »
Cast-Molded Eye Glass Lenses by Irv Arons Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 20 May 2009 10:17am I recently heard from a couple of old friends back from my contact lens days. They are starting a new company to produce ophthalmic lenses in an eye care professional’s office. I had done some consulting work on in-office plastic lens molding in the early 1990s and had also studied the high-index plastic lens business. I wrote about one of the in ... Read on »
Multifocal Contact Lens Not Ideal for Night Driving by Medline Plus Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 2:00pm Progressive lenses work better, small study finds By Robert Preidt Monday, November 15, 2010 MONDAY, Nov. 15 (HealthDay News) -- People who wear multifocal contact lenses have more difficulty driving at night than those who wear glasses, a new study finds. Multifocal lenses correct near vision ... Read on »
Special Glasses for Computer Vision Syndrome by EyeDrD Posted Fri 16 Mar 2012 8:30am If I moved my computer monitor close enough to see the screen clearly, it was nearly in my lap. If I left the monitor where it should be, I had to lean forward awkwardly. During my annual  eye exam , I told my optometrist about my workstation discomfort and the strain it was causing my eyes, neck and back. Eyestrain, h ... Read on »
Electronic Eyeglasses for multi-prescriptions by EyeDrD Posted Mon 28 Nov 2011 8:36am Or you’re As most people get older, their eyes have more trouble focusing on objects that are close, which is why you need that extra help for things like sewing, drawing or reading this article. And some wearers of traditional progressive lenses find ... Read on »
Visiting "The Old Neighborhood" by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:18pm Sorry, about not getting around to comments including responding to my own and visiting blogs. I had a doctor appointment yesterday and one today plus therapy. Therapy and my other appointments are an hour from each other, so by the time I get home I usually take at least a two hour nap and I am gone most of the day. The day also starts muc ... Read on »
Best Practices, In Proper Contact Lens Handling by Peter C. Facebook Posted Mon 29 Nov 2010 12:25pm Caring for one’s eyes is similar for people with no vision correction, contact lens wearers, and patients of Lasik surgery Los Angeles eye care professionals tell us. For contact lens wearers in particular however, taking good care of your eyes can be as simple as remembering that cleanliness in handling your contact lenses is critical to ... Read on »
How Cilantro in Cancun, Soft Contact Lenses in Miami, Construction Noise and Strange-Smelling Trees in Spain Caused My World to by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:55pm Full Moon last night (30.6.07) and its reflection on the water as we enjoyed dining on the beach in a "chiringuito" in Marbella, Spain Bear with me today. I’ve got a 4-part story to tell. It may sound a bit wacky, not really important enough for you to read, and yet I promise you that if you make it to the end, you will see some aspects o ... Read on »
Taking Care of Your Eyes by Andrea C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 12:34am Most people say their eyesight is their most valuable sense and feared most losing, but many have bad habits regarding eye health. Do you visit your eye specialist on a regular basis for an eye exam? Did you know that this should be part of your routine health care? Many health issues can be found by your eye specialist.There is a direct ... Read on »
Driving at night: Boomers may notice it gets harder — article by Scott Keith by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 May 2011 5:08pm Image via Wikipedia If you’re a baby boomer, you can probably recall that uneasy moment when your vision went south and you had to buy your first pair of “cheater” glasses. Chances are, your distant vision was OK, but, all of a sudden, you couldn’t read the words on a restaurant menu; you needed glasses whenever you cracked open y ... Read on »