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8 Tips for Preventing Digital Eye Strain at Work

8 Tips for Preventing Digital Eye Strain at Work
In today’s digital world, many Americans spend multiple hours per day staring at computers, laptops, smart phones, tablets and other electronics. As our lives become more digital, eye doctors have noticed that our eyes are becoming less sharp.   Have your eyes ever felt tired, dry or irritated after a few hours of working on a computer? If so, you may have a condition called Digital Eye Strain (also referred to as Computer Vision Symptom). Nearly 70% of employed US adults claim to have experienced digital eyestrain symptoms from the increasing usage of digital devices, as reported by t......
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Suheir Kilani
This article is very nice article. Now a days everyone is using computer, mobile and other digital things, and it is added to thei... Read More
Tuesday, 09 February 2016 12:07
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5 Simple Lifestyle Tips for Healthy Eyes

5 Simple Lifestyle Tips for Healthy Eyes
Your eyes do a lot of work each and every day.  Thus, it is important to take the necessary steps to protect them so they can serve you well into the future. Caring for them goes well outside of the doctor’s office. Yourhealth and lifestyle choices make an impact on your overall body, your eyes included. Taking measures now can decrease your risk of developing common age-related eye conditions such as: cataracts (the clouding of the lens in your eyes), macular degeneration (damage to the area of the retina that perceives light) and glaucoma (damage to the eye’s optic nerve).  There ......
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useful imformation, I need to stop smoking immediately...
Friday, 18 December 2015 11:27
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7 Reasons To Check Your Eyes Regularly

If we want to stay healthy, we all know how important it is to eat right, exercise, get enough sleep, and get checked by our doctor every year. Clearly, those things are critical in order for us to take care of and monitor our bodies and our overall health.   But how often do you get your eyes checked by an ophthalmologist or an optometrist? Unless you wear glasses or notice your vision changing, how likely are you to even think about the health of your eyes? After all, your eyes don’t affect your body’s health. You won’t gain weight, increase your chances of cancer, increase the likeli......
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Pregnancy Nursing and Your Eyes

Pregnancy Nursing and Your Eyes
When three words are presented together; pregnancy, nursing, and vision, one of those doesn't quite seem to fit. Yet, your eyes are a part of your body, and there are few parts of a woman that go unchanged during pregnancy. One woman's story recounts a time when she went to the grocery store and couldn't read some of the labels no matter how closely she looked because her vision was suddenly blurry. It was such a sudden change that street signs she had no trouble reading on the way to the store were unreadable on the way home. She visited an optometrist who prescribed eyeglasses to her - a w......
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6 Important Facts About Cataracts

6 Important Facts About Cataracts
According to the National Eye Institute, a cataract is a clouding in the lens of the eye that affects vision. The lens is a clear section in the eye that focuses images on the retina in the back of the eye. The image projected onto the retina is then transmitted through the optic nerve to the brain, allowing sight. If the retina is clouded by a cataract, light is partially blocked on its way through the lens, causing blurry vision. Cataracts mostly occur in older people as one of the facets of aging. In fact, more than half of all Americans either have a cataract or have gone through cataract......
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Wow it's good article and excellent information spreading and Unfortunately, once the lens of the eye has become cloudy, there is ... Read More
Friday, 11 December 2015 09:25
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