HubMob Weekly topic: Eye health
Visual impairment and Blindness
Do you have difficulty driving at night? This article explores some of the potential causes—as well as suggestions for how to reduce the problem. read more
One of the dangers that a person with diabetes faces is threat to their vision. Diabetic Retinopathy is one. read more
In this short article, you can find out quickly who is most at risk for glaucoma and what natural treatments are considered to be effective, including the controversial prescription marijuana. read more
it is amazing to think that one man can be attributed to restoring the sight to over one million people, this is the story of Fred Hollows. Frederick "Fred" Cossom Hollows, (9 April 1929 – 10 February 1993) was an eye specialist who became known... read more
My Hub is about an amazing man who restored sight to thousands of disadvantaged people in Australia and the world.
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Amblyopia-Strabismus is also called lazy eye and typically occurs in childhood or as a baby. It is curable when treatment starts early which is fully explained in this article. read more
I experienced Posterior Vitreous Detachment (PVD) in the eyes, so I can tell you about the warning signs and symptoms. read more
Having trouble finding things to do with your sight challenged friends or child? Check out this list of things to do. Hopefully they will inspire some awesome outings for all. read more
Cataracts are a common eye disease,but fairly simple to correct with modern surgery. I developed cataracts at an age when I was starting my career. read more
Understand what how to recognize and get help when your eyelashes turn in and rub your eye. This problem is known as Entropion and while it's more common in our four footed friends, it can happen to people, too. read more
If you are wondering how to improve your eyesight naturally, the answer is in eye health vitamins and proper food for eye health. read more
Eye floaters are those annoying dots, dashes, and specks in the eye that only the affected person can see. This article explores what causes them. read more
If a blind leader will lead several other blind persons? What will happen? I'm sure they'll be in danger and probably fall on the canal beside the road.
But wait! With just a help of a rod, they'll avoid dangers along the road, like bumping at... read more
Guide dogs which are also well known as seeing eye dog's are the helping hand that are specially trained to act as a mobility to aid the blind and visually impaired individuals around obstacles. They provide mobility without stress in the form of a... read more
Maintaining the health of your eyes and promoting good eyesight throughout your lifespan can be as easy as eating the right foods. read more
I decided for the topic of the week eye health to write about seeing eye dogs. I wanted to share with everyone how amazing it is that a dog can be so intelligent to be able to lead someone that is visually impaired.http://hubpages.com/hub/Guide-Dogs-For-The-Visually-Impaired
Even if some people are blind or visually impaired, the development of assistive technology devices has brought many possibilities for them in the areas of education and employment. read more
When it comes to health maintenance,
eyes are of unparalleled significance. ‘Eye dry’ is a major problem
faced by almost everyone especially with the popularity of computer
and such gadgets.
Tears are inevitable for the healthy... read more
Pink eye is a common eye problem. This hub discusses the causes of pink eye as well as some home remedies applicable and eye care tips. read more
As a young girl at primary school,I remember the friendly piano tuner calling into our classroom accompanied by his loyal golden Labrador companion to tune and service the piano which was always a treat for the children to listen and sing to.
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Every child should have a complete eye exam with a qualified eye doctor between the ages of three and five, even if you don't suspect a problem. Prepare your child for the experience by letting them know exactly what to expect. read more
Your inflamed eyes can be cured! Natural nutrition in fruits and vegetables help improve vision and cure eye infections. Discover a few eye care remedies that work beautifully! read more
All children who have juvenile arthritis are at risk for developing uveitis, which, if left untreated, can lead to blindness. Learn about the symptoms, treatment & prognosis for this serious condition. read more
Vanity got me. I do not like glasses, I do not look good in glasses, I would have done just about anything not to wear glasses. So I did -- I opted to have laser eye surgery to correct my vision. Contacts were no longer an option for me. I had dry... read more
Eyesight is a gift. Many of us are given the gift from birth, but many others are not. Others have this gift fade over the years and others still have it taken away at some point in life. If you've never had problems with your eyesight, chances... read more
Learning Reiki can help us to protect our eyes, and can be used every day or whenever needed. read more
Improve your vision with eye exercises. Learn palming, focusing, and how to speed train your eyes for better performance. Soon, you won't need your glasses. read more
Healthy choice between glasses
and contact lenses depends upon the individuals vision problem, its
extend and his mental and physical attitude. Today every one is
behind the modernization and cosmetic reasons, but before plunging into;
just... read more
Never watch the television too closely,m read when there is a poor lighting and use the computer for a long time. Visit http://whatdoesamedicalassistantdo.com/ to know more about eye care.
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