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Saturday, November 12, 2011

3 D Movie Problems

The Wall Street Journal (5/18, Valentino-DeVries) “Digits” blog reported that, according to the American Optometric Association, an estimated three million to nine million Americans suffer from vision issues which make it difficult or even impossible for them to view 3-D television shows and movies. While some people get eyestrainfrom watching 3-D films, others become dizzy, nauseated, and experience headaches. The AOA suggests that people having difficulty with 3-D films should see their optometrist for evaluation of possible dysfunction in their binocular vision.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Dry Eye...its complicated

I have recently installed a device called a Tear Lab. I have the first unit in Houston and I intend to use it to monitor the success or failure of treatment for dry eye.
Here is a video. Not for the typical patient, but one that will educate you on the complexities of dry eye.