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Video Displays and Dry Eye in Children

Source: http://www.practiceupdate.com/journalscan/9378

In a population of Korean children in grades 5 and 6 (ages 9–11), the authors compared symptoms and use of video display terminals in those with dry eye disease (9.7%, as determined by ophthalmic exam) with children without clinically determined dry eye. 437 more words


Micro Man

Keeping watch over Blur Eyecare in Tauranga


Vision therapy, you may need it if......

Vision therapy is a process in which we retrain the eyes and brain to work better together to more easily and efficiently capture visual information, processes it and have a good motor output. 386 more words

Student Lawrence Yu's Blog: Fourth Year SCCO Clinical Rotations

Fourth year rotations are indisputably the most exciting months in a young optometrists educational years — second only to Graduation Day — SCCO students are able to… 269 more words


Smartphones do affect vision in children

How to hold your phone so it doesn’t (completely) wreck your vision

Source:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/dont-give-up-your-eyes-for-an-iphone-2013-08-23

Spending half the day staring into a 10 cm (four-inch) screen may also wreck one’s eyesight, new research suggests — and the devices may not be to blame so much as how we hold them. 377 more words


The Coalition to Abolish Modern-day Slavery in Asia

Serving the people of Milpitas, California, and surrounding communities, since 1986, Dr. Sophie Dao earned her optometry degree from the School of Optometry at the University of California, Berkeley. 271 more words

Dr. Sophie Dao

Useful experiences

I realise I haven’t posted in a while, there has been nothing out of the ordinary to express.. This post will just be a two-week mark reflection really over my experiences so far. 272 more words