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Talk Like a Pirate Day (and Look Like One Too!)

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Ahoy, ye landlubbers all! September 19th be  Talk Like a Pirate Day! Don’t be surprised to see FaceBook pages across the country changing the language option to English (pirate) for the day. Some of us (and yes, I am one) even change our profile pictures to show ourselves in full pirate attire complete with the …
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A prescription for video games?

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Possibly. According to recent research from the University of California, Berkeley, people with amblyopia (lazy eye) could improve their vision by playing video games. The study is of particular interest for adults because treating amblyopia becomes more difficult with age. Read more about the study on CNET or on UC Berkeley’s news center. If you …
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VSP Optometrist Dr. Nathan Bonilla-Warford shows us there’s far more to 3D than meets the eye

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By now, hopefully you’ve read a blog or two about how 3D technology can help detect underlying vision conditions like strabismus, amblyopia and binocular vision coordination problems. But, that’s not all there is to know about 3D. VSP optometrist Dr. Nathan Bonilla-Warford recently answered some FAQ’s about how 3D technology works with our eyes. For …
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3D Makes Me Dizzy

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3D technology is impressive, but does it ever make your head feel like it’s on overdrive? 3D works by sending two slightly different images—one through each eye—to the brain where they are superimposed to create a 3D effect. However, this is not how you normally see, so it puts extra stress on the visual system. …
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