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"Lazy Eye" Childhood Condition Can Be Treated in Adults

When Aleksandra Pryszczewska was a toddler, she often stumbled and bumped into things because of an eye condition called strabismus, or lazy eye. Her left eye veered to the far right, altering her line of vision causing her sight to be impaired. Show More Summary

Memories Come Into Focus In Desert Love Story, “Lazy Eye

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

"Lazy Eye" tells the story of a graphic designer in L.A. who reconnects with an ex-boyfriend that he hasn't seen or heard from in over 15 years.

Watch: 'Lazy Eye' Sets a Love Story in Joshua Tree

last monthLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Lazy Eye premieres June 16 at the Frameline in San Francisco.

The wonks keep getting it wrong: Keep an eye out for lazy arguments and bad analysis in tonight’s primaries

Analysts need to extract the underlying reasons why demographic groups vote the way they do — but that takes work

Aesop Rock Streams New Album Via Shot-for-Shot Remake of The Shining: Watch

Aesop Rock's new album The Impossible Kid is out this Friday via Rhymesayers. In the weeks leading up to its release, the rapper has shared "Rings," "Blood Sandwich," and "Lazy Eye," plus four therapy sessions with a cartoon bear. Today, he's streaming the album in its entirety, but it isn't your typical album stream. Show More Summary

Aesop Rock shares new song/video for “Lazy Eye” — watch

Another preview of his upcoming seventh studio record, The Impossible Kid.

Aesop Rock Releases New Song "Lazy Eye," Watch Him Rap in an Oddities Museum

Aesop Rock's new album The Impossible Kid is out April 29. He's already shared "Rings" and "Blood Sandwich," and also attended four therapy sessions with a cartoon bear in preparation for the record. Today, the rapper has shared the video for "Lazy Eye." Aes performed the song live from the Peculiarium, an oddities museum in Portland. Show More Summary

See Aesop Rock's 'Lazy Eye' at Portland's Truly Odd Peculiarium

Aesop Rock, independent hip-hop's Thomas Pynchon, is returning with his seventh studio album, The Impossible Kid, his first in nearly four years. While all of his dense, metaphorically rich albums have been acutely personal, The Impossible Kid is his most exposed and diaristic, with the rapper opening up about depression, regrets and...

Mesut Ozil Says He's Working to Improve Body Language for Arsenal Fans

Mesut Ozil has said he is working on "his on-field demeanour" in order to improve his reputation in the eyes of Arsenal fans by showing he is not lazy or giving up in matches when things do not go his way. Per the Evening Standard'sShow More Summary

What the hell does it mean to eat sustainably? We asked Cassie Duncan of Sustainable Table

Look, I’m not going to lie, I’m terrible when it comes to food shopping. I’m that person who judges fruit based on appearance and shops at the supermarket because I’m lazy. Recently I had my eyes opened to how terrible that is (it means that tonnes of fruit is being thrown out when they’re perfectly […]

One Wash Wonders: 4 Eyeshadows You’ll Love if You’re Lazy or Busy

Can we all please take a moment to thank the Beauty Gods profusely for creating One Wash Wonders? Those magical neutrals that look amazing on their own, don’t require any makeup skills, and cut down the time you spend on your eyes to...Show More Summary

People Who Eat Carbs Are Lazy Fat Slobs

I bet that title opened your eyes a bit wider. Did it also make your blood boil? Mine certainly did when someone actually said those exact words to me at a restaurant I was at for a friend's birthday last weekend. I was standing with a group of people chatting when a man approached us and handed each one of us his business card. Show More Summary

Vision scientists discover potential treatment for adults with lazy eye

A new treatment for adults with lazy eye, a condition previously thought to be treatable only in childhood, is one step closer thanks to new research.

Waterloo vision scientists discover potential treatment for adults with lazy eye

A new treatment for adults with lazy eye, a condition previously thought to be treatable only in childhood, is one step closer as a result of research from the University of Waterloo in Canada and Sun Yat-sen University in China. Waterloo...Show More Summary

6 Ways to Perfect Lazy Girl Makeup Because You Seriously DGAF

Scrolling through Instagram beauty pics and wondering how to get that #iwokeuplikethis look? These lazy girl makeup tips ought to help. Dewy skin, perfectly mussed hair, just the right amount of shadowy haze around the eyes. Yep, DGAF beauty at its best. Show More Summary

Here Are Some Links for Your Weekend Reading

Are there shortcuts on the road to success? Here are some of the posts that caught my eye. Hope you find something interesting. Lighter Links: Want to Create Things That Matter? Be Lazy. (99u) Frontier of Physics: Interactive Map. (Quanta)...

This Virtual Reality Game Could Help Treat Lazy Eye

6 months agoHealth : Healthland

Vivid Vision founder James Blaha hopes his virtual reality games will create new solutions for vision therapy

Disappearing Act

Nap Eyes - "Mixer" Take the day, quiet, light a candle, dip a corner into the flame. Watch it turn up at the edges, curling out into the air. How it moves. Not lazy. Steady. Slow. Deliberate. Like it's the...

Amblyopia, not strabismus, identified as key contributor to slow reading in school-age children

San Francisco, CA, November 23, 2015 - Children with amblyopia, commonly known as "lazy eye," may have impaired ocular motor function. This can result in difficulties in activities for which sequential eye movements are important, such as reading. Show More Summary

Huckabee Sued for Suggesting Kim Davis Has the ‘Eye of the Tiger’

Back in September, the band Survivor let it be known that they find Kim Davis's fight against gay people who want to get married far less inspirational than Rocky Balboa overcoming fame and laziness to beat Mr. T. Now Rude Music, which is operated by band member Frank M. Sullivan... More »

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