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Sunglasses can play a key role in not just protecting your eyes while you’re active and playing sports, but also in enhancing your performance. Choosing the right frames and lenses is critical, whether you’re a recreational or professional athlete.
Wearing your contacts longer than you should, be it too many hours in a day, keeping them in overnight or too many weeks with a particular set of lenses, doesn’t seem particularly dangerous if you don’t notice any symptoms. You can save money by extending the life of your lenses, and you don’t experience the inconvenience of wearing glasses for a few hours each day.
With the Christmas decorations down and the New Year in full swing, it’s time to shift the focus from revelries to resolutions. It may not be immediately intuitive, but laser eye surgery can play a significant role in helping you achieve your New Year’s resolution.
Three-dimensional films have been around for decades, although James Cameron’s recent blockbuster, Avatar, has thrown 3D back into the spotlight. Beyond the hype, however, the phenomenon raises the fundamental question: how is it that 3D glasses actually work?
Laser eye surgery is about freedom from glasses and contact lenses, but what is it that that freedom actually entails? Is it possible to think about freedom in a more tangible way?