It decreases the pressure behind the eyes in people with Glaucoma; but for the rest of us it really just sometimes gives them the "bloodshot" effect. It doesn't affect your vision at all.
by John B Badd 15 months ago
I am not asking about the effect of burning oil or spilling it in the ocean. I am looking to find out how removing oil from the ground effects the ecosystem. Imagine we drained it and did not use it or spill it if it would help put you in the mind state for this forum.The way I...
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
I used to get brother and boyfriend mixed up. Not their meanings, obviously, but just in speech. Mushroom and marshmallow as well, which was interesting when I was a barista asking customers if they wanted mushrooms on their hot chocolate
by Joel Diffendarfer 3 years ago
Help me out here...What is the correct useage of 'effect' and 'affect'?Spell check...no problem...Grammer check....hmmn...even grammer check seems to struggle with the correct useage... Please help me out with this. Give me some examples. Thanks.
by lorenmurcia 6 years ago
Which is correct, "the affects of" or "the effects of"?My teachers have always taught me "the effects of" but I can see other writers write "the affects of". I'm a non-English speaker so this thing gets me confused.
by India Arnold 6 years ago
What's the best way to know when to use the word "effect" vs "affect" in writing?This one has always given me trouble; when is it a noun, when is it a verb, and can both words be used as noun and verb?
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
I'm just curious, in Hubpages we often experience delays in processing earnings. But, there are quite a few who do not give a thought about it. But, in your case, how does the Hubpages Processing Delay affect you as a hubber?Sharing my own case, my excitement tends to be cut off short when there's...
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