Having a lazy eye isn’t funny, but I’m trying to find the humour in it.
Because you don't like morally-ambiguous lazy eyes, check out today's end-of-day links: NYC's future libraries, MTV compares Ferguson to 'Mockingjay,' mind-controlling eels, Greek goat, NYPD lawsuits, and dog rescued from nightmare by other dog. Show More Summary
In a novel use of video game playing, researchers at Ohio State have found a Pac-Man-like game, when played repetitively, can improve vision in both children and adults who have "lazy eye" or poor depth perception. Read full article...
With video games having previously been found to improve decision making speeds and the brain's capacity to learn, scientists have now created challenging computer games with a fun element that significantly improved depth perception and binocular vision in people with a lazy eye. Show More Summary
Scientists have created video games that add an important element of fun to the repetitive training needed to improve vision in people - including adults - with a lazy eye and poor depth perception.
James Blaha has amblyopia or lazy eye, a condition wherein the nerves that connect one of the eyes to the brain do not develop. As a side effect, James could see only out of his “good…
August is supposed to be slow. And lazy. Laying around doing nothing. That is what Marky the Cow is doing in this picture. (For those of you who are new to Eye on FDA, Marky is a dairy cow in … Continue reading ?
Outdoor entertaining doesn't have to be hard - Home Draw inspiration from this retro carnival birthday party - Moms Video: Get that smokey eye look with this simple trick - Beauty Go inside Prince Harry's hilarious trip to South America...Show More Summary
My afternoon train reading (assuming I can keep my eyes open): • 5 brain flaws that make you a lousy investor (USA Today) but see 10 Lazy Ways to Appear Smarter (PsyBlog) • Definition of ‘Rich’ Changes With Income (NY Times) • Teens politely inform bank they can crack all its ATMs (DailyDot) • Orszag: It’s...Read More
Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB), the leading eye research foundation, is doubling its annual, targeted support of amblyopia research and honoring an esteemed donor, the late Diane Disney Miller
Everyone has their own beliefs, so I don’t care if you side with science or put yourself to faith or are too lazy to think about it — that doesn’t really change anything here. Just enjoy the beautiful sequence in this scene from the movie Noah about the creation of Earth. It tells the story of how life was created inserting science into the tale of the Genesis. More »
Do you know those times when you look at your child and it’s like somehow they change into a grown-up version of themselves in an instant before your eyes? That. From my vantage point on the sand on a lazy Saturday afternoon, I watched my son march up to me with purpose. I gasped [...]
Is makeup going away? Is it the End of Makeup? We’ve seen hordes of #nomakeupselfies—all pale, chapped lips and hooded eyes—on Twitter and Instagram and, oddly, as part of a cancer awareness campaign; we’ve seen New York runways drowned in “raw beauty”; and now, ABC reports, brides are forgoing blush and shadow to achieve a “more natural look” on their wedding day.
Oh, good! Ben Stein, the conservative commentator and actor who you may recognize from Clear Eyes commercials, has something to say about poor people! Listen up, peasants! This is for your own good. Read more...
Does stereoblindness caused by amblyopia (“lazy eye”) grant “superpowers” to avid readers? Giovanni Garcia-Fenech’s ophthalmologist seems to think so.
Middle-aged adults who suddenly need reading glasses, patients with traumatic brain injuries, and people with visual disorders such as "lazy eye" may have one thing in common - "visual crowding," an inability to recognize individual items surrounded by multiple objects. Show More Summary
They might be rich, famous, and beautiful, but just like the rest of us, celebrities have imperfections. Tyra Banks has a big forehead, Mark Wahlberg has a third nipple, and Naomi Campbell's hairline's been ravaged by traction alopecia. Show More Summary
Middle-aged adults who suddenly need reading glasses, patients with traumatic brain injuries, and people with visual disorders such as "lazy eye" may have one thing in common --"visual crowding," an inability to recognize individual items surrounded by multiple objects. Show More Summary
I have a confession to make. I’m really lazy. I have my own personal WordPress-based blog, but – despite being a hardened geek – I don’t self-host it. I can’t be bothered dealing with the hassle of constantly ensuring that my box hasn’t been popped by a malevolent Internet hacker. Show More Summary
A reader writes: Permit this slow reflection from an avid Dish reader over many years, who has tended to skim your Sunday stuff. But two threads recently caught my eye and, as I pondered them over a lazy weekend, I’ve found myself (to the amazement of this life-long agnostic) pushed towards a re-appraisal of Original […]