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

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

In this video speaks with Dr. Langis Michaud from the Canadian Association of Optometrists on ways to make sure your children eyes are at their best.

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To learn more about how you can improve your eyesight naturally check out The capability of the eyes to focus at near or far objects and to see them perfectly is largely thanks to the action of the eye muscles. These muscles, with the ciliary body (the circumferential tissue inside the eye), bend and flex the lens of the eye each time you’re looking at something and bring it into focus. Routinely, the muscles and the ciliary body change the form of the lens more than 100 thousand times a day. In healthy eyes, the eye muscles have no concerns with adjusting and re-adjusting the lens whenever it’s needed. However, looking at objects for long periods without a break puts an enormous stress on these muscles. Finally, they lose their pliability, eye movements become more rigid and we begin to find it tricky to focus and make out things perfectly. For example, interminable hours of reading makes the muscles “used to” adjusting the lens just for near vision ; they change the lenses shape only that much and we begin to experience worries seeing things at distance. Luckily , there’s a simple vision exercise that may help your eyes in a natural way. Tracing the features of numerous objects is an easy yet acceptable way to improve your eyesight naturally. The following eye exercise is superb for people with nearsightedness, farsightedness or presbyopia. In healthy eyes, it promotes eye health by reducing the stress in the eye muscles and maintaining

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