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Nurses receive protective eyewear by Pedro M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:07am Nurses receive protective eyewear Originally uploaded by natavillage. The midwives of Nata Clinic would like to say thank you for the two pairs of protective eyewear you purchased for them. Sr. Nurse Gaokwale is pictured above wearing a pair of the goggles that we presented to Nata Clinic. The midwives are often splashed with ... Read on »
Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports by Medline Plus Posted Thu 07 Mar 2013 6:00am Make sure they fit and work properly Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Eye Injuries , Sports Safety Read on »
5 Tips For Athletes to Protect Their Eyes by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 01 Oct 2012 8:30am Protecting your eyes and vision are always important no matter what you do.  For athletes, this could mean the difference between suffering a severe injury and making a big play because of the reaction time that comes with their vision in a particular sport.  Here are 5 tips ... Read on »
Protecting your Child from the Sun by BreastFeedingMums .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Apr 2010 12:00am  Wallingford – 08/04/2010  –  The sun is an essential part of our world. As humans, we need to be exposed to the sun as it is our primary source of vitamin D. This vital vitamin helps us absorb calcium for stronger and healthier bones. But it does not take much time to get the levels we need and unprotecte ... Read on »
National Healthy Vision Month - Your Eyes - Windows To Your Health by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sun 16 May 2010 7:30am NAPSI Your feet can help protect your sight. If, that is, you direct them to your eye care professional for a comprehensive dilated eye exam–the only way to know if your vision is at its best and your eyes are healthy. Millions of people in the United States have undetected vision problems that can cause vision loss ... Read on »
Protecting Your Eyes From The Sun Just As Important As Skin by Michael S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 May 2008 6:01pm 1 Comment According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), overexposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays has been associated with several eye problems, such as age-related cataracts, pterygium, photkeratitis, and corneal degenerative changes. These may cause blurred vision, irritation, redness, tearing, temporary vision loss, and possibly even b ... Read on »
Get The Best Diesel Eyewear Sunglasses Over The Internet. by oakelysunglasses Posted Thu 30 Aug 2012 6:18am There is something about sunglasses which enables them the king of favor accessories Oakley Sunglasses Cheap. From the celebrities for the teenager in the mall, complete thing . to pick up the suitable sunglasses because of their eyes. There is however more to the sunglass than style. It really is primarily a protective shade for that eyes thr ... Read on »
Friday by T Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 24 Jan 2009 4:57pm Today is my fifth day. My sense of time has shifts depending on the hour. Sometimes all I want is for the next six months to pass so I know what the outcome of this experiment with Valcyte will yield. Time slows waayyyy down when I get in that frame of mind. At other times I'm gritting my teeth to in order to bear the moment. Mostly I've been tryin ... Read on »
Does Volcanic Ash Pose a Health Risk? by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 27 Apr 2010 1:12am The recent eruption of a volcano in Iceland caused a great deal of trouble – but mostly in the form of grounded flights. People were stuck in cities and airports for numerous days. While this inconvenience was on most people’s minds, some people had another issue on their minds. Instead, they were wondering if volcanic ash poses a health risk. ... Read on »
Your Aging Eyes - How You See as Time Goes By by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Wed 12 Jan 2011 6:29pm NIH Feature Article You may barely notice the changes at first. Maybe you’ve found yourself reaching more often for your glasses to see up close. You might have trouble adjusting to glaring lights or reading when the light is dim. You may even have put on blue socks thinking they were black. These are some of the normal ... Read on »