Welcome to Avoid Eye Strain
The purpose of Avoid Eye Strain is to highlight the causes and symptoms of the often very painful condition of eye strain. We aim to provide advice on reliving the pain and discomfort it can cause, and provide information on treatments and othe eye conditions.
We have tried to make this site as user friendly as possible, please use the links on the menu above or on the right hand side. We have also included links to other pages at the bottom of most pages through out this site.
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Links to eye related news stories:
Diabetic eye disease major concern, doctors say
Diabetes affects vision in a variety of ways, but there are ways to help.
Career Hunt SK
When people are young, they are usually able to see things better that are near rather than far away. This is called near sightedness. But gradually eye vision changes from near to far sightedness which means people are able to see things more clearly from a distance.
Friends of Mass. Eye and Ear plan vision, hearing symposium
Kathryn Vecellio hosted a luncheon Nov. 5 at Renato?s for friends of Massachusetts Eye and Ear ? Schepens Eye Research Institute , an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. The guest of honor was John Fernandez , president and CEO, who traveled from Boston to attend the gathering. Plans were discussed for the free vision and hearing symposium slated for Feb. 13 at The Colony and for Feb. 14 at the ...
Eye Associates of Boca Raton, Caridad Center team up to give gift of sight
In the spirit of the holidays, Caridad Center and the Eye Associates of Boca Raton gave the best gift of all ? sight to 22 patients needing corrective vision surgery.
4 Reasons to See Your Eye Doctor
Even if you have 20/20 vision, an annual check-up is still a good idea.
Regular eye exams important for seniors
(NAPSI)--Many seniors will be glad to learn that there are steps they can take to protect against vision problems--starting with an eye exam. A regular exam is key for seniors because some eye conditions and diseases do not show warning signs. While