At one time we eye people worried about making thinner lenses for high prescription glasses. Later we fretted over the rising incidents of cataracts and eye disease in our aging American population. Then we agonized over LASIK. Currently the nagging conundrum is chronically uncomfortable eyes – inappropriately labeled dry eye when what’s really meant is […]
Macular pucker is a protracted visceral stress condition common to bungee jumpers.
Sorry, just kidding.
Macular pucker is actually an eye disorder – an anomalous facet of a normal happening.
When we are born the inside filling of our eyes is a clear but firm jelly called the vitreous. The vitreous is contained in a membrane which adheres […]
Just as with AREDS, I believe AREDS 2 has a multitude of problems. Instead of studying just one or two variables the study has as many as six. Then it is stated over and over again within the abstract, methods and results that there is no true placebo group. Why not simplify the project so […]
You’re feeling a little strange, and something is funny about your vision. Well, funny only if you have a bad sense of humor.
At ten minutes you postpone a run for groceries because … well you’re just not seeing well. Maybe you should take a break. You reach for the morning paper. You can’t quite catch […]
The American sunglass industry has done a good job of regulating itself, although some of their advertising is a bit grandiose. Still the sunglass industry has not stepped beyond those claims made by plenty of other industries.
In this article I address how sunglasses can help with reflections. Some sunglass producers tout elimination of 100% of […]
The American sunglass industry has done a good job of regulating itself. The world has followed. The industry has seen to the use of good science, but it is appropriate to know which claims of superiority have validity and which are shaded distortions, pun intended.
Let’s start by considering the UV filtration aspect of sunglasses.
The prefix […]