Education and Learning

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Are You Lazzy Enough to Wear Reading Glasses?

Be Rid of Reading Glasses!
Your eyes and your visions are important in learning process.
You need to see the picture or object clearly when you learn.
You need to read when you learn.

Some of you need reading glasses in order to see and to read.
If you are too lazzy to wear reading glasses, NearVision CK ( NearVision Conductive Keratoplasty) can reduce or eliminate the need for reading glasses for months at a time.

Read General NearVision CK information

Where can you have NearVision CK?

Stahl Eye Center has been serving patients for more than 35 years. The Stahl Eye Center doctors’ patient outcomes have been independently verified by nonprofit patient advocacy USAEyes to meet or exceed the national norms. Fewer than 100 doctors nationwide have attained this certification.

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Stahl Eye Center

Your Freinds needs freedom to grow as individual

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

Friends, Everyone needs freedom to grow as individual. It is a fable of self development, of respect to freedom, and of role as team player.

You must have close friends, lovable friends but you must give space, you must respect their freedom as individual to grow.

You can read very short story / Fable Flash Fiction about it in Fable: Paddies Learn to Grow

If you love to write short story you can join and submit your story HERE

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Effect of Restasis on Laser Vision Correction/ LASIK

Dry Eye, Eye Drops, Drops for Dry Eye Treatment

According to Wikipedia, dry eye syndrome (DES), or simply dry eyes, is an eye disease caused by decreased tear production or increased tear film evaporation. Tears are the liquid product of a process of crying to clean and lubricate the eyes. Not only do Tear Glands protect your eyes, it also produce more fluid when your eyes get irritated.

If you almost always use artificial tears frequently everyday day, you must visit your eye doctor and ask about RESTASIS. Restasis is a medicated eye drop which increases tear production to relieve the symptoms of Dry Eye Syndrome. However, You shall not use Restasis to treat eye dryness due to an infection.

Dry Eye can complicate Lasik. Restasis is only prescription medication which is approved by FDA to treat the underlying cause of some dry eye. Stahl Eye Center conducts studies on Restasis for Lasik patients. It studies the effect of restasis on laser vision correction. The study analyzes the effect of restasis on patient comfort, healing time and clarity of vision during rehabilitation after LASIK surgery.

Stahl Eye Center doctors are graduates from reputable universities such as UCLA, John Hopkins, and Yale.
Stahl Eye Center has been serving patients for more than 35 years.
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You can find Stahl Eye Center locations in New York including Manhattan and Long Island.

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Stahl Eye Center

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

No Pain No Gain

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

According to Uncle Wikipedia, No pain, no gain (or "No gain without pain") is an exercise motto that came into prominence after 1982 when actress Jane Fonda began to produce a series of aerobics workout videos. In these videos, Fonda would use "No pain, no gain" and "Feel the burn" as catchphrases for the concept of working out past the point of experiencing muscle aches.

However, many people use "No Pain No Gain" in the struggle for their career and success.


However, another kinds of people have their credo about "Pain" and "Gain." What do Sadist, Masochist, businessmen, and unlucky hard worker say about "Pain"and "Gain"?


Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Easy Google Docs: Free Storage Cloud! You Can Work and Share Your Document with Your Friends.

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

As students, sometimes you need to work and share the file with your friend. You need office application that you can open everywhere. You need free word processor and free online spreadsheet application. Google has good news for you. That is Google Docs.

Through Google Docs, you can upload and share the document with your friend. You can discuss and do your group work online. Google Docs provides free word processor. Google provide word document and xls reader. Like free word office software or MS Word, it is user's friendly. You can save your document, spreadsheet, and presentation file and share them with your friend. Google Docs is free cloud storage, which provides free office application. You can use free word processing. You can also use Google Docs to open your power point file. With Google Docs, you can use free presentation software with free presentation background, template, and theme. You can create web-based documents, spreadsheets (open, edit, and make xls file online), drawings, and presentations.

If you need more information about Google Docs, you can read my article:
Google Docs: Your Free Office Application at the Sky for Efficiency

Friday, June 4, 2010

Is Laser Eye Surgery The Best Solution for You?

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

LASIK is correction eye surgery using laser.
Before you decide to choose LASIK eye surgery for your eyes or vision correction, you must get to know the must-known things about LASIK. You must discuss with your doctor whether LASIK or other treatment is suitable for you.

For your safety, find reliable information from realiable source for your vision correction.

Search the information of it! Learn it! Decide it!

Ask the smart source for smart solution and make smart decision!

Make sure that your doctor of LASIK vision center does correct lasik procedure.
Ask them what is laser eye surgery and how mush is lasik surgery.

The USAEyes advocacy organization presents the 50 Tough Questions For Your Lasik Doctor and conducts a national Lasik results survey, cited in an in-depth US News & World Report about laser eye surgery/ lasik surgery.

Read article about LASIK: A Lighter, Defter Touch

Is LASIK the best solution for your eyes?


Ask USAEyes