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Contact Lens Wearers Carry A Bad Eye Bacteria That Non-Users Do Not Have

Contact Lens Wearers Carry A Bad Eye Bacteria That Non-Users Do Not Have

Let’s face it. The primary reason why people wear content lenses is to look good. It’s a very persuasive reason of course if wearing spectacles makes you feel less confident in social situations or it hampers your profession or lifestyle in any way. And if you haven’t yet considered the absolute freedom of LASIK surgery. As a contact lens wearer, you must be following at...

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Are Your Eyelashes Infested With Mites? Stop Scratching For A Minute To Find Out!

Are Your Eyelashes Infested With Mites? Stop Scratching For A Minute To Find Out!

This topic is deeply distressing on so many levels. Nobody welcomes the thought of creepy-crawlies living in their eyelashes, but if you’re knee-deep into your pets, like I am, and cannot imagine sleeping at night without your dog cuddled up next to you, the news is doubly unwelcome because there’s a high chance that he/she is transferring these nasty mites to you. Demodex...

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Can The Habit Of Reading A Book In Bed Really Hurt The Eyes?

Can The Habit Of Reading A Book In Bed Really Hurt The Eyes?

A topic about eye health that’s currently doing the rounds in social media is reading while lying down. Rumor has it that some research studies have proved a connection between this common habit and permanent eye damage. And concerned people are looking back to years of curling up in bed with a book, and wondering what their next routine eye check-up will reveal about the...

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Is The Baby Crying Too Much or Is It Epiphora?

Is The Baby Crying Too Much or Is It Epiphora?

Infants come with their own, special share of common baby-related illnesses. But, along with the usual coughs, colds, and digestive troubles, parents also have to be constantly aware of signs of problems related to the eye. Babies cannot communicate discomforts in the eye without crying, and tears can camouflage an eye condition involving blocked tear ducts. Look out for...

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Pop The Cork, Not The Eye: How To Safely Open A Bottle Of Champagne

Pop The Cork, Not The Eye: How To Safely Open A Bottle Of Champagne

It’s something you’d expect Tom to do in a Tom And Jerry cartoon. But ask 900,000 Britishers,  and they will tell you that getting punched in the eye by a champagne cork is no funny matter. They should know because 12% of the UK’s entire population suffers from champagne-related injuries every year. Before you start calling them a nation of party animals, know that the...

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How To Keep Conjunctivitis Out of Classrooms

How To Keep Conjunctivitis Out of Classrooms

If you are a parent or a teacher, you are well aware of the scrouge of Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) in a classroom. Once a child gets it, others go down like dominos with the infection. This contagion of inflamed eyes is an enthusiastic traveler, spreading quickly through direct contact with an infected child’s bodily secretions, and naturally, classrooms, playgrounds and day...

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