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I Can See Clearly Now... (Darn It!)

I Can See Clearly Now… (Darn It!)

by Mary Ellen Stepanich

Note: This blog isn’t about writing or publishing, but it is about “seeing yourself as others see you,” which is probably good advice for anyone who hopes to succeed in any venue. 633 more words
Mary Ellen Stepanich

McDonalds, matching trainers, a marathon and a monocle.

Last week The Tidy Tyrant let the team down with a trip to McDonalds.  This put me in a very difficult position.  But I am pleased to report that I have stayed strong and have denied myself one of my favourite treats.   1,199 more words

Family

Symptoms & Treatments of Eye Cataract

A cataract is basically a clouding of the natural lens of eye, which positions behind the pupil and the iris. If you are more than 60 and your vision has become blurry or cloudy, you may have developed symptoms of eye cataract. 480 more words

Robot completes delicate eye surgery in first

In a medical first, surgeons have used a robot to operate inside the human eye, greatly improving the accuracy of a delicate surgery to remove fine membrane growth on the retina. 233 more words

Medical Technology

Soft Artificial Retina Might Make for Smoother Eye Implants

Nick Lavars reports: Repairing people’s sense of sight by way of retinal implants is a field of research that is seeing some rather promising advances, with a number of devices under development that promise to restore vision by stimulating optical neurons at the back of the eye. 321 more words

Science & Technology

Amazing Grace*

I was in an outdoor cafe recently when I met a bloke who told me how he had suddenly woken up blind! It was terrifying, as you can imagine. 439 more words

Curves

What should you know before proceeding for Laser eye surgery in Phoenix?

The Arizona eye specialists use laser eye surgery for correction of short-sightedness, also known as myopia. They also use it to treat other eye problems such as long-sightedness and mild astigmatism. 166 more words

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