Posts Tagged ‘dry eye’

Computer Eye Strain and Dry Eye Can Cost You Money, Productivity and Your Vision

If your eyes often bother you after a couple of hours at the computer, you are not alone. Computer eye strain, a form of dry eye disease, has become one of the most common reasons for eye doctor visits.
Eye health advocate Sharon Kleyne cautions that computer eye strain symptoms should never [...]

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William Mathers, MD, Answers Questions About Nature’s Tears EyeMist

Dr. William Mathers, a former consultant for Bio Logic Aqua Research, answered a few questions about Nature’s Tears EyeMist.
How does Nature’s Tears EyeMist differ from eye drops? Nature’s Tears EyeMist utilizes an entirely different approach than eye drops to correct the tear film in a person with dry, irritated eyes. By misting the tear [...]

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New Education about Menopause and Dry Eye

Laurie Barber, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Arkansas, talks with Sharon Kleyne about Dry Eye and Menopause.
Dr. Barber practices in all areas of ophthalmology but does research on corneal inflammation, which can be caused by dry eye. There is no skin over the cornea and it is protected only by [...]

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The Truth about Dry Eye, Water and the Cornea

The importance of water in relieving dry eye symptoms and maintaining corneal health was discussed during two on-air interviews by Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research and host of the Sharon Kleyne Hour, with Harvard Corneal Researcher Dr. Ula Jurkunas, a clinician scientist heading corneal research and with Lasik pioneer Dr. Marguerite McDonald, [...]

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All Natural Allergy Eye Relief

Spring is upon us, and Summer is just around the corner. It is during this time of the year that seasonal allergies start to affect us. The typical allergic reaction produces symptoms in the eyes, breathing passages and skin. Some allergens only bother the eyes, causing them to become dry, red, and/or irritated.
So how do [...]

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Author of “The Dry Eye Remedy” Discusses Dry Eye Disease

Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research and host of the Sharon Kleyne Hour, recently interviewed Dr. Robert Latkany, M.D., about dry eye disease. Dr. Latkany is a New York eye doctor who devotes his entire medical practice to dry eye disease.
Mrs. Kleyne asked Dr. Latkany why he decided to focus his practice on [...]

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Eye Health and Education for Children

Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, interviewed Dr. Glenn Steele about eye health and education for children.
Dr. Glenn Steele is an optometrist representing the American Academy of Optometry’s InfantSee program. The program provides free vision and eye screening for children under one year old. Eight thousand volunteer doctors in the [...]

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Eyelid Inflammation and Dry Eye

When working at a computer, the eyes’ natural blink rate may drop from 20 to 40 times a minute to three times a minute. Other factors that can dehydrate the eyes’ tear film include arthritis, gout, eye surgery, poor nutrition, dehydration, low thyroid, lack of sleep, contact lenses, and topical eye medications. These factors don’t [...]

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Driving and Vision Care

Driving, whether it is long distance or your normal commute, can result in dehydration of the eyes, or dry eye.  The confined space of the car, combined with the heating/air systems in the vehicle, sun/road glare, and environmental conditions can cause the tear film of the eye to lose moisture. When this happens, the eyes [...]

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First Step to Dry Eye Relief is Natural Water

Sharon Kleyne, eye health and water activist, as well as the founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, recently gave an interview on the importance of natural water for dry eye relief.
Mrs. Kleyne is concerned that the importance of water in any medical treatment, including dry eye, tends to be either minimized or overlooked. [...]

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