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Myopia(Nearsightedness): Symptoms, Causes & Treatment » How To Relief

Myopia(Nearsightedness): Nearsightedness, or myopia, is the common refractive fault of the eye, and it has become more common in recent years. Myopia happens while the eye grows too long from front to back. Alternately of focusing images on the retina—the light-sensitive tissue in the posterior(back) of the eye—the lens of the eye focuses the image in […]

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How do the eyes move together? New understandings help explain eye deviations in patients with stroke

Contrary to popular belief, moving the nondominant side of the body is a bihemispheric event, with commands originating from the major hemisphere and effected by the minor hemisphere. In contrast, moving the dominant side of the body is a single hemispheric event. According to the 1-way callosal

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How To Get Results With Red Light Therapy with Ari Whitten

Red light therapy has impressive documentation showing the ability to help with conditions like hypothyroid, skin anti-aging, athletic performance, fatigue and recovery. However, some companies would have you believe you need to buy devices that are more expensive than what is actually needed. Today I speak with Ari Whiten, who wrote the book on red light therapy. He provides an impactful, no BS overview of how to use red light therapy, inexpensively.

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Diabetes Mellitus - National Library of Medicine - PubMed Health

A disease in which the body does not control the amount of glucose (a type of sugar) in the blood and the kidneys make a large amount of urine. This disease occurs when the body does not make enough insulin or does not use it the way it should.

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Snell's law of Refraction

An experimental demonstration of Snell's law of Refraction. Light is shone through a glass block at various angles. A calibrated paper template allows the an...

What Are The Defects Of Vision - A Plus Topper

What Are The Defects Of Vision The major defects of vision are: Short sightedness or myopia. Long sightedness or hypermetropia. Presbyopic Astigmatism 1. Short sightedness or myopia Symptoms: Eye cannot see clearly beyond a certain distance. It means that the far point of the defective eye has shifted from infinity to a finite distance ahead. […]

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Visual System (sensory System) Part 1

Vision is one of the most important sensory functions. It serves as the basis for our perception of the outside world. For example, our ability to detect forms, images, colors, and movement of objects is derived from the functions of […]

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Macular Degeneration Treatments | Causes of AMD

Learn everything about macular degeneration, macular degeneration treatments, and macular degeneration vitamins. Discover your risk factors, solutions, and secrets to help slow the progression of this eye disease.

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Store your Medical Health Records in Secure Way

Myehealth stores your family’s medical records in the most private and secure way. You have full control of storage and which people can access your records in the event of a medical emergency.

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