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Robotic laser cataract surgery ensures that your vision becomes as good as the pre-cataract days. Schedule your eye checkup today, visit: http://nethradhama.org/get-online-appointment
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4 #Things_To_Keep_In_Mind_For_Eye_Safe_Toys

#1: Size
Most things will find a way into your child’s mouth, especially if they are under the age of four. When putting things into their mouths, other parts of the toy may find a way into their eyes by accident. Keep small parts and sharp edges away from younger children. If a must-have toy contains small flying parts, purchase protective eyewear.

#2: Construction
The shape and construction of the toy is very important. Stuffed, plush toys are very eye-safe, whereas action figures may sometimes pose a problem

#3: Age-Appropriate
Usually, toy manufacturers provide a recommended age group for when a toy will be most appropriate for a child. For instance, a toy for a young child under three years old should never have any sharp edges or protrusions.

#4: Developmentally Appropriate
While paying attention to a toy's recommended age range is important, it's still just a guideline—and you know your child best. If a four year old is still putting objects into their mouth, they should not have certain kinds of toys. If your child is a little less coordinated, choose their toys wisely.

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#Houseplants_for_Healthier_Eyes_and_Cleaner_Indoor_Air
Did you know that indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air? In fact, according to the EPA, indoor air pollutants may be 2–5 times higher than outdoor pollutants!
Besides helping your eyes, studies suggest that having houseplants can reduce stress and increase attention span. Your eyes will thank you—not only for having something beautiful to look at, but also for creating a more eye-friendly environment!
A Few Favorites
1. Bamboo palm, or Reed Palm - This plant can grow large and lush and thrives in shady areas. Other palms, like the Dwarf Date Palm and the Areca Palm, are also great air purifiers.
2. Rubber Plant - Rubber plants are super easy to care for. You have probably seen them around a lot with their large and shiny leaves.
3. Philodendron - Philodendrons have always been popular indoor plants, even before we knew about their great purifying qualities. They’re durable, beautiful and come in many different forms, from climbing vines to tree-like plants.
4. Peace Lily - The Peace Lily is small but tough! It absorbs toxins like acetone, ammonia, xylene, and even mold. They’re great for dark, moist places. As a bonus, they grow beautiful flowers!
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WIsh you a very happy new year to all 2017
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In early stages, Cataract is characterized by slightly clouded vision. Schedule an eye check up immediately if you or your loved ones are experiencing blurred vision.
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Cleaning your eyeglasses daily is the best way to keep them looking great and prevent lens scratches and other eyewear damage.
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Eye-Healthy Infused Water Recipe!
Infusing water with cucumber and mint makes a refreshing, eye-healthy beverage. And there are lots of other fruits and vegetables you can try!
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Are you wondering if it’s time for an eye check? Schedule an appointment today. Visit:http://nethradhama.org/get-online-appointment
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#New_Year_Resolutions_for_a_Healthy_You!!
The new year is about to arrive. We are all set to celebrate and welcome 2017 which would mean bidding adieu to 2016.But what about our new year resolutions? It is necessary to look at the health sins which you made in the year 2016. Looking back at the sins would make you realize that something needs to be done about it and hence making health related resolutions is of utmost importance. If you need to be healthy its necessary to cut down the bad habits and incorporate good ones.
1. Help Others
2. Cut down on stress
3. Enjoy Life
4. Find Love
5. Quit Smoking
6. Reduce the alcohol intake
7. Save Money
8. Take a Trip
9. Join Yoga
10. Do the best
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#8_Warning_Signs_of_Vision_Problems_in_Kids
Did you know that about 80 percent of what children learn in school is taught visually? That means if your child has an uncorrected vision problem, it could severely affect his or her development. Learn some warning signs you should look below lists
1. #Consistently sitting close to the TV or holding a book too close. While it is a myth that sitting too close to the TV will ruin your eyes, this habit could be a sign of a vision problem. If your child cannot see televised images clearly or read from books without leaning in close, it could mean he or she is

2. #Frequent eye rubbing. Yes, children do often rub their eyes when they're tired or upset. But if your child rubs his eyes while he's trying to concentrate on something, or while he is being active, it could mean that he has a vision problem.

3. #Losing place while reading or using a finger to guide eyes when reading. When kids learn to read and are sounding out words, they'll often use their finger to track which word they're on. But eventually they should be able to focus and not lose their place. If after a while your child still uses her finger, ask her to try reading aloud without pointing. If she has trouble, she may have a vision problem

4. #Sensitivity to light and/or excessive tearing. Are your child's eyes particularly sensitive to indoor lighting, sunshine or camera flashes? Children with photophobia, or extreme sensitivity to light, can develop headaches and nausea. And light sensitivity can be a symptom of several eye conditions.

5. Closing one eye to read or watch TV. Frequently closing one eye could indicate a refractive or binocular vision problem that interferes with the ability of the two eyes to work together comfortably as a team.Closing one eye to read or concentrate on other desk or computer work could be a sign of a specific eye teaming problem called convergence insufficiency.

6. #Receiving lower grades than usual. If your child is having a hard time seeing what his teacher writes on the board because of poor vision, he may not tell you about it. As a result, his grades can suffer. If your child seems to be struggling in school, take him for a complete eye exam — glasses or contacts could be the answer!

7. #Avoiding using a computer, because it "hurts her eyes." Digital eye strain is common among children who are frequent users of computers or other digital devices. Have your child take a break every 20 minutes to look at something that is at least 20 feet away for 20 seconds while she is using a digital device. If the eye discomfort persists, take her to see an eye doctor.

8. #Squinting or tilting the head to see the class board better. Teachers should be on the lookout for students who have to squint or tilt their heads to see the board. Until an eye exam can be performed, consider moving the child closer to the board for easier viewing.
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