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Japanese Study Indicates Decreased Tear Film Mucin Levels in Dry Eye Similar to Computer Eye Strain Mucin Levels Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) June 20, 2014
Tips on How to Relieve Stress by Drinking More Water and Taking Care of Eyes from Water and Eye Researcher Sharon Kleyne, Founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research Grants
Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research and host of Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, interviews Larry Wan, optometrist, on new information about eye strain, dry eye, and computers.
Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water Host and Founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, Announces New Health Education - Eye Misting to Soothe Computer Eye Strain and Dry Eye.
Sharon Kleyne, Founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, interviews Maya Dolena about dry eye and computer eye strain.
Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, sponsored by Bio Logic Aqua Research, interviews author Adetutu Ijose, on World Talk Radio, Voice America, Green Talk Network, Apple iTunes and Amazon.com.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- EyeScience, a leading resource in ocular nutrition and makers of EyeScienceÂ® Macular Health Formula and EyeScienceÂ® Dry Eye Formula, have developed a new eye vitamin for a digital demographic.
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif., July 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As children grow up in a world full of personal computers, hand-held video games, smartphones and e-readers, they are increasing their risk of computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strain.
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif., July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Eye strain, fatigue and headaches are common indicators that your digital devices - including computer monitors, smart phones and video games - might be causing you discomfort. According to recent research with VSP Vision Care eye doctors, 33 percent reported that nearly one third or more of their patients suffer from symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome or digital device-related vision problems.
August, normally a popular month to take time off from work, is suddenly seeing less and less vacationers.
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