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Little newsclip from Hawaiian Eye 2013 caught my eye:
Recognizing conjunctival chalasis avoids dry eyemisdiagnosis
By all means, let's talk about conjunctival chalasis and the overlap of symptoms it can have with dry eye...
WAIKOLOA, Hawaii — Recognizing conjunctival chalasis depends on listening to the patient’s symptoms and investigating any report of a specific site of discomfort or foreign body sensation, a speaker said.
Penny pincher alert (that's a lot of us these days):
50% off First Class, Parcel Post shipping methods in The Dry Eye Shop with this coupon... no minimum order thresholds. I'm celebrating Nexternal's latest upgrade which lets me discount more than one shipping method at a time
No particular deadline. It'll be valid till I think of something new. Well, let's say till I get my blog fully updated with all the news from the last few weeks, and we all know how long THAT
Use this coupon for 15% off eyewear purchases of $50 or more in the DryEyeShop from now through the 11th.
We all know it... just a matter of doing it... e.g.
1) Turn off the A/C and ceiling fans OR put on your MCs
2) Get off the computer
3) Consider audio books
4) Get off the computer
5) Put on your moisture chambers when you go outside
6) Get off the computer
The dry eye disease activity log study.
Prolonged visually stressful activities aggravate dry eye disease (DED). The duration spent on such activities and their relationship
For those of you who use the Dalsey Adaptives lighted plunger system for your PROSE or other lenses, they've got a new product name and a new website:
See Green (TM) Lens Inserter Kit
Please visit their website for the kit, replacement parts, plungers, stands, etc.
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