In the next few years, VR headsets will be everywhere, and everyone will slowly recede into their own little reality that is presented on high-resolution displays right in front of their eyes. One specific group will be left out: eyeglass wearers. Show More Summary
I came out pretty flat today...but had my eye on VA. I was using valuation plus a catalyst of oil weakness to think about it. What happened?On the micro double bottom (arrow, left), VA gapped up and frankly, got away from me. I wasn't...Show More Summary
7:00 a.m. I wake up with my left eye swollen almost completely shut. I shoot A.A. Dowd an email telling him that I can’t see the Main Competition entry The Measure Of A Man, about which I will later hear good things. I bike into Cannes with no peripheral vision on my left. Show More Summary
Top pitching prospect Julio Urias will undergo cosmetic surgery to remove a benign mass from his left eye and will be sidelined for about a month, a Dodgers spokesperson confirmed Monday.
WASHINGTON — A Twitter post recently caught the eye of Bill McKibben, the environmental advocate and godfather of the Keystone XL pipeline protests. It included an image from “The Simpsons” showing Homer and his family basking in mountains...Show More Summary
August Alsina informed fans on Friday that due to an eye disease, he is "blind in his left eye" and "losing vision on his right." OMG. The post August Alsina Shocking Reveal: I’m Going Blind appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Is August Alsina going blind? The R&B crooner is going through a medical emergency with his eyesight. Apparently, Alsina has an eye disease that has left him blind in one eye and degenerating vision in his right. Continue reading…
A David Miller six in a Kolkata-Punjab IPL match struck the official in the right eye.
They say that when one sense is lost, the others get stronger. Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is playing with a severely injured left hand, which has apparently resulted in his developing eyes in the back of his head. Early...Show More Summary
Despite losing her eyesight about two years ago, Lucy Edwards has mastered her daily beauty routine -- no mirror required. Lucy, 19, lost sight in her right eye when she was 11, BuzzFeed reports. She lost it in her left eye when she was 17. Show More Summary
1. Happy anniversary, Bench Memos. My Q&A with Ed Whelan to mark the milestone. 2. Sobering, challenging from Pew: Nearly 1-in-5 American adults have left Christianity after being raised as Christians: http://t.co/k3MjxIP6af pic.twitter.com/bFCzXe0Qcy — PewResearch Religion (@PewReligion) May 12, 2015 3. Show More Summary
Noah Galloway left a lot of Dancing with the Stars viewers wiping tears from their eyes after he proposed to his girlfriend on the show, but were Erin Andrews’ eyes doing something other than producing salty fluid? The host stands accused of rolling her eyes and ruining his big moment. Show More Summary
Dr. Ian Crozier caught Ebola last year, but survived and seemed Ebola-free -- until scientists discovered his left eye still harbored a mass of infection, so bad it turned the eye green. Read the rest
Robin van Persie’s absence from the Manchester United squad last Saturday had more to it than met the eye, according to Ian Ladyman in the Daily Mail. Van Persie was officially left out of the squad for the trip to London due to a stomach...Show More Summary
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After a tough battle with Ebola, Ian Crozier's blood was finally cleared of the virus and his doctors thought he was cured. But when Ian woke one morning to find that his normally blue left had turned green, he knew something wasn't quite right.
2014 will be remembered as the year of the most widespread epidemic of the Ebola virus disease in history. It has claimed over 11,000 lives and infected over 26,ooo people across West Africa […]
Last October, Dr. Ian Crozier was released from Emory University Hospital after nearly losing his life to Ebola. Months later, he began to experience pain and fading vision in his left eye. Within a few days, his iris, which is normally blue, had turned green. Read more...
After working as a doctor in an Ebola-stricken nation, Ian Crozier felt like he had something in his left eye. He was right: a live, replicating reservoir of the Ebola virus. Read more...
For the chartists out there (and these days that would mean pretty much all momentum-igniting algos who are the only ones left trading these here "markets") the following note from SocGen explaining why if/when the 10Y selloff risesShow More Summary