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Today Is World Sight Day….

Hey did you know that today is World Sight Day? What is World Sight Dayall about you ask?…

World Sight Day is held every year on the second Thursday in October. It is an annual day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness, visual impairment and rehabilitation of the visually impaired.

World Sight Day is observed around the world by all partners involved in preventing visual impairment or restoring sight. It is also the main advocacy event for the prevention of blindness and for “Vision 2020: The Right to Sight”, a global effort to prevent blindness created by WHO and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness.

You can learn more about World Sight Day at the Vision 2020 website.

Have a great weekend!


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Some Interesting News About Nearsightedness

Here’s some interesting news I received from the Rebuild Your Vision Newsletter

Nearsightedness, the world’s most common eye disorder, is on the rise, in correlation with industrialization and urbanization, according to this year’s annual myopia conference, held at Germany’s University of Tübingen in July. The condition, in which people see close-up objects clearly while distant objects appear blurred, occurs in about 30 percent of citizens in many countries.

Myopia rate varies across the globe

However, the prevalence of myopia may be as high as 70 to 90 percent in some parts of Asia: for example, up to 80 percent of people in Singapore have myopia—while only about one in three Americans has the condition. China has the highest myopia rate in the world: 400 million out of its 1.3 billion people. As a region, Africa has the lowest, with just 10 to 20 percent.

Countries with a high prevalence of nearsightedness have a hard time finding fighter pilots, to give one example of how myopia affects a population.

So there has been tremendous interest in the scientific community to find out more about what causes myopia and how it can be treated.

Myopia genes found

According to Science Daily, scientists at Duke University Medical Center, in conjunction with other groups worldwide, have uncovered a gene associated with myopia in Caucasian people from several different regions, including the Netherlands, Great Britain, and Australia.

Terri Young, M.D., professor of ophthalmology, pediatrics, and medicine, and a researcher in the Center for Human Genetics at Duke, was the lead researcher. Young has also led a team that found a different gene related to myopia in Chinese and Japanese populations.

No cause, but a myopia antidote

While everything from heredity to educational level to time spent reading and TV watching to participation in sports has been studied in relation to myopia, no cause has yet been determined.

However, Young points out, there is an antidote for the condition. “People need to go outside and look to the horizon,” he says. “Today’s near work forces our eyes to constantly be in tension to focus on near objects—reading papers and watching monitors. We also watch TV, work in cities with high buildings, drive in heavy traffic, and generally have fewer chances for distant views, especially in urban areas. These factors affect children with developing vision, as well as many adults.”

Myopia risk linked to birth date

In another study, Israeli researchers found that the risk of moderate and severe myopia varied with birthdays. Light exposure before and just after birth generates biological signals that influence the development of the eye’s ability to focus and refract light properly. High natural light levels mean that a baby born in June or July is more likely to be nearsighted, they discovered, than if he or she had been born in December or January.

Myopia ? nerd

Meanwhile, Australian researchers set out to find whether myopic people really conformed to the pervasive cross-cultural “geek” stereotype. In studies of twins, they found that indeed, the opposite was true: “We have literally busted the myth that people who wear glasses are introverted or have particular personality characteristics.

They are more likely to be agreeable and open, rather than closed and introverted,” says Professor Paul Baird of the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Eye Research Australia. Hollywood, take note.

Interesting Stuff… Ain’t It? Leave a comment below and tell me what you think.


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Tips for Preventing Computer Vision Syndrome

Here’s a great video that gives several tips for preventing computer vision syndrome… Enjoy!

Great News About My Astigmatism

Hey Guys…

Just wanted to share some great news… On my last visit to the optometrist, which was about a week ago, she indicated that my astigmatism has been notably improved!!

This is truly great news for me… and I hope it serves as some motivation for others that are trying to improve their vision naturally by doing eye exercises and proper nutrition.


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Janet Goodrich Personal Eyesight Training Kit

Hey Guys…

Just a quick heads up to let you know that there are three more videos for you to take a look at concerning the New Personal Eyesight Training Kit from the Janet Goodrich Program.

Check it out => Janet Goodrich Personal Eyesight Training Kit

In Videos 2 and 3, you’ll hear the testimonials of some of the people that have successfully improve their eyesight using the Personal Eyesight Training Kit… And Video 4 gives some details about the kit

Here’s the link=> Janet Goodrich Personal Eyesight Training Kit

And while you’re there, don’t forget to grab the free audie files


Janet Goodrich – New Personal Eyesight Training Kit

Hey Readers…

Got some exciting news today!… After a couple of years in development, the folks at the Janet Goodrich Method are going to be releasing a new vision improvement program kit.

In celebration of this, they’ve decided to give away some things from the program kit.

Check them out here – Janet Goodrich Personal Eyesight Training Kit

It’s a personal message from Carina Goodrich, plus 3 vision improvement audio files taken right out of the *new* Personal Eyesight Training Kit and a section of the workbook that comes with the kit.

Check it out here – Janet Goodrich New Improvement Eyesight Training Kit

It’s all totally complimentary with no strings attached. They indicated that this kit is the most comprehensive Kit on the market for dealing with Myopia, Hyperopia & Astigmatism.

Here’s the link again – Janet Goodrich New Improvement Eyesight Training Kit

… And I heard from Carina herself, that they be giving away more free stuff from the kit within the comming weeks..

Hope you enjoy the free stuff.


Vitamin A – Not Only Good For Your Eyesight

Here’s an interesting video about the benefits of vitamin A…

How To Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Eye Vitamin Supplements

Hey Guys,

Just wanted to let you know about a website where you can buy some great eye vitamin supplements.

It’s a site called TripleClicks and it has lot’s of other stuff as well.

… And you can also sell your own stuff on the website! Register to sell your for free stuff here.

Check out the eye vitamin supplements section here.

The FDA Takes A Look At Lasik Surgery

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