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Looking into the Eye - MS and Vision by stuart Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:20pm If you've ever had double or blurred vision, eye pain or any visual limitations, you're not alone. Up to 80% of people living with relapsing MS have, or have experienced vision difficulties.1In fact, a vision problem is often one of the first symptoms of relapsing MS. Read on to learn more about MS and vision. Why does MS Affect My ... Read on »
Reduce & Prevent Computer-Related Eye Strain by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:42am Reduce & Prevent Computer-Related Eye Strain: Ergonomic Problems of the Eye or Computer-Related Eye strain is the most common Ergonomics Problem that computer users all over the world experience. A number of symptoms associated with Ergonomic Eye Problems or Computer Eye strain have been experienced and proved worldwide. Here are ... Read on »
Diabetic Eye Problems by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 May 2012 4:35am Share This Page Diabetics have concerns with sugar and starch, both of which the body processes into glucose which it applications for energy. The difficulty with diabetics is that this glucose is not processed properly, it enters into the blood stream and is not dealt with by insulin as it ought to be. The presence of ... Read on »
Can Video Games Harm Your Children’s Eyes? by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 3:06am They are on every kid’s birthday and Christmas lists – the newest video game!  We want to get them what they want, but is this healthy for their eyes?  Surprisingly, the answer is yes. Benefits of Playing Video Games When video games are played in moderation, they can be beneficial in many ways. They can actually improve and shar ... Read on »
Laser Eye vision correction- A permanent solution to a temporary problem by SandraLynch Posted Sat 20 Oct 2012 4:52am Do you wear glasses or contacts? Join the millions of people who had laser eye vision correction and enjoy the freedoms of perfect vision today! If you wear glasses or contacts, you know just how cumbersome and annoying they can be. To give a couple of examples: in cold weather or when drinking hot beverages, the ... Read on »
What Diabetics should know about their Eyes!!!!! by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:18pm Diabetes can affect the eye in a number of ways. These usually involve the fine network of blood vessels in the retina.The most severe condition that can occur is diabetic retinopathy.Below mentioned are some of the problems that can develop in the eyes of those suffering from diabetes. Temporary blurring: The vision may become blurred for a ... Read on »
Neck Pain & Eye Pain From Using the Computer: The CVS Syndrome by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 09 Apr 2010 12:00am Don't run out to your local CVS to find out about the "CVS Syndrome". It stands for computer vision syndrome. If you are reading my blog today, are a chronic texter , or use the computer often, chances are you have experienced this at some point. What is the CVS Syndrome? It's a new term that eye care professionals are using to ... Read on »
Lyme Disease: Please Boost Awareness Virally (Online, Etc.) About This Horrible Epidemic! Listen Tuesday to Famous Author Rebecc by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:32pm Do you love nature? Do you love tromping through the woods? Frolicking in the grass? Or even hanging out in city parks? If so, please keep a lookout for disease-bearing ticks, which proliferate from mid-May to mid-August throughout most of the U.S. and parts of Europe. Without your knowing it, a tick can attach itself to you and suck you ... Read on »
Health Tips for January 23 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:22pm Health Tip: Follow Instructions on OTC Pain Relievers The pain reliever ibuprofen (sold over-the-counter under popular brand names including Advil and Motrin) should be taken according to dosage instructions from a doctor or on the package. If you're taking more than one medication, be sure that the same active ingredient doesn't appear ... Read on »
I’ve been avoiding this….. by Wendy H. Posted Sat 10 Mar 2012 10:33pm For some time now we’ve know that I may have a type of high Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure, where it rises too high then blows out and goes too low. I mentioned that they caught it in the high level this last time, and we have a name for it.  Idiopathic Intercranial Hypertention (this is a link to a Wikipedia article if you are interested).  ... Read on »