Today let’s look at a plastic surgeon who boldly goes on record with some very questionable statements about how your eye works.
We’re talking basic vision biology science here, and doctor dude not necessarily making […]
Another quick announcement today, from your darling major of Gainsville.
Marissa e-mails her 7 month update which of course has already been spoilered by the post title. 3 diopters in seven months, one might call that respectable:
How do you get from a -4.00 diopter correction down to -3.00 without even thinking about it? Is that wishful thinking, or did Kim just do exactly that?
You keep hearing me saying this: Habits kitteh, […]
Imagine your young child rapidly loosing his/her eyesight.
This is a horrible story. If you have young children that you care about, you might not want to read this one. Because this is all about […]
Time to catch up on awesome stories from endmyopia students.
Here’s Debi, posting in our Facebook group:
Part of getting old, that’s seriously what the professionally trained, licensed […]
Let’s cover a few reader e-mails of great vision improvements (and one Facebook post) today.
As usual we get quite a few of these e-mails. I try to post as many as I can, although the best […]
Pro topic, Holmes. Don’t monkey with diopter unless you know how all the pieces work together.
If you do, here are some worthwhile posts on equalizing / patching:
Diopter Ratio: The percentage difference between your left and right eye spherical diopter values. People sometimes refer to it as weak eye and strong eye, although I prefer not to use those terms – it […]
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