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Archive for the ‘eye health’ Category

I have a pair of regular prescription contacts, and a pair of colored NON prescription contacts, if I put both pairs on at a time would that work? Or would it cause problems with my eyes?

I have central heterochromia, where the outside part of the iris of my eye is blue, with a green/brown ring around the pupil of my eye. My son has sectoral heterchromia, where one eye is blue, and the other is blue with a segment of brown in it, like it is showing 5 o’clock on a clock face. Anyone else have sectoral or central heterochromia? Do you have health problems like deafness, leukemia, eyes that wander, or any other problems normally associated with odd coloured eyes? I had a wandering eye that was surgically corrected, but so far my son has no health problems. Anyone have heterochromia and be just fine?

Dr. David Toland discusses floaters and flashes related to healthy eyes.

40 years of age is the magic number when things start going wrong with our eyes. Missy Sullivan joins Lunch Break with a look at the latest expert thinking o…

This animated education video explains what GUNNAR glasses are and why people should be using them.

Stem cell and dry eye researcher and surgeon, Roy Chuck, MD, Ph.D., explains the difference between corneal transplants and corneal stem cell surgery, as well as current eye research being conducted at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. Dr. Chuck is professor and chair of ophthalmology and visual sciences at Einstein and Montefiore. This edition of Einstein On, a research & medicine podcast, is hosted by Gordon Earle. Hi everyone, I’m Will Fuller one of the co creators of envision self-healing. This video is a very brief introduction to me and my vision condition. I have a hereditary condition known as Retinitis Pigmentosa. I was diagnosed from a young age and told nothing can be done. For the last 5 years I have been working with natural vision improvement exercises with the guidance of Dr. Meir Schneider and showing some very positive results. I moved to San Francisco to work with Meir full time and learn how to treat and help others. The purpose of these blogs are to share my journey of self-healing with others and show how you can improve your own vision!

What if human consciousness isn’t the end-all and be-all of Darwinism? What if we are all just pawns in corn’s clever strategy game to rule the Earth? Author Michael Pollan asks us to see the world from a plant’s-eye view. He discusses the food industry and sustainability. TED shares the best ideas from the TED Conference with the world for free, licensed under Creative Commons.

Floaters are clumps of cells, protein and debris within the vitreous gel inside your eye. Dr. Alan Wagner of the American Academy of Ophthalmology explains how they affect vision, and when they may be a sign of a more serious condition. Learn about eye conditions and eye health topics at

This show sheds light on the urgent need to create health awareness with special focus on disease prevention and management by rational use of ALA based Omega-3 which has been restricted to the zone of non-veg food items but now its available in vegetarian form. This show not only highlights the good news for veggies but also explains the meticulous effect of this fatty acid on different body organs with the help of experts. Subscribe to get daily updates on useful tips and tricks at

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