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  • Dave's Computer-Free Vacation
    Many practitioners and researchers seem more than happy to ignore the effects of excessive close work on the visual system. Studies continue to emerge claiming that there is no relationship Read more
  • A Boy and His Glasses, A Doctor and His Vision
    A Boy And His Glasses, A Doctor And His VisionOriginally posted on May 7th, 2012I started wearing glasses due to nearsightedness at around the age of eight.  I'm not sure Read more
  • I've Got Mail
    Blurry In BroomallI am often contacted through this website with questions about vision problems. I try to answer people's questions personally whenever possible - sometimes in written form, sometimes over Read more
  • 75th annual Middle Atlantic Optometric Congress
    75th annual Middle Atlantic Optometric CongressJust back from the 75th annual Middle Atlantic Optometric Congress in Pittsburgh, PA. I have been honored to speak at this meeting almost every year Read more
  • Strabismus, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
    Strabismus, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactive DisorderI guess I should thank my colleague Shirley Ha for sharing this very short article entitled RISK FACTORS FOR ESTROPIA from EUROTIMES Read more
  • Optometrists Care About Vision and Reading
    Optometrists Care About Vision and ReadingJust back from the 21st Conference on Clinical Vision Care. As always the CCVC was sponsored by the Optometric Extension Program Foundation and held at Read more
  • New Dyslexia Study
    New Dyslexia Study Proves Once Again That Most MDs Don't Understand the Visual ProcessThey just can’t seem to help themselves. Over and over again people in the medical community find Read more
  • One Last Thing for Brain Injury Awareness Month
    One last thing before the end of Brain Injury Awareness MonthA recent NBC news story featured a long-used vision test that has become an important tool on the sidelines of Read more
  • Brain Injury Awareness Month - Marcia
    Brain Injury Awareness Month - MarciaThis is my final story for Brain Injury Awareness Month. Marcia is not the typical acquired brain injury patient. She actually has Multiple Sclerosis, but Read more
  • Brain Injury Awareness Month - Jayne
    Brain Injury Awareness Month - JayneHere is another, more typical, story for Brain Injury Awareness Month. Jayne was referred by her acupuncturist and came to me for the first time Read more
  • Why Are My Eyes Dry?
    Why Are My Eyes Dry?Many of you are probably familiar with the condition known as “Dry Eye.” It has become more common and well known in recent years. There are Read more
  • Brain Injury Awareness Month - Bill
    Brain Injury Awareness Month - BillHere is another story for Brain Injury Awareness Month. This time it’s Bill. I’ve known Bill for many years, unlike most of my brain injured Read more
  • Brain Injury Awareness Month: Jessica
    Brain Injury Awareness Month: JessicaThis being Brain Injury Awareness Month, I am going to share a few stories of people I’ve worked with to help recover from traumatic brain injuries. Read more
  • March is Brain Injury Awareness Month
    March is Brain Injury Awareness MonthLast year I started Brain Injury Awareness Month with a bang. Literally. I was minding my own business early the morning of March 3rd, clearing Read more
  • Lazy Eyes and the Doctors Who Enable Them
    Lazy Eyes and the Doctors Who Enable ThemI have written about amblyopia (often referred to as lazy-eye) before on this blog as well as in my new book, A Parent Read more
  • Bill The Seasick Sailor
    Bill The Seasick SailorBill is a loyal patient who comes in every five years like clockwork. He is a large, gentle man, not someone you would peg as the traveling Read more

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