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FEATURE Restore your sight

2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 2) /

New evidence reveals that many eye conditions of older age may be caused by a highly processedDiet

FEATURE Prevent cataracts and glaucoma

2014 (Vol. 24 Issue 10) /

Check out Dr Harald Gaier's favourite cornucopia of natural eye remedies to treat everything from myopia to glaucomaQI am part of a large family living in Liverpool

NEWS New way of correcting vision is safer than laser

May 19th 2010

A new way of correcting your eyesight could be safer than current laser technology - and it is just as effective

FEATURE The dark side of light

2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 3) /

Without question, the light bulb is one of the greatest inventions of all time, making human activity possible beyond daylight hours

NEWS Myopia: Why you should never lift heavy weights if you're near-sighted

October 22nd 2008

If you're near-sighted (myopic), don't start lifting very heavy weights - and here's why

FEATURE A shortsighted solution

2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 7)

Laser eye surgery was supposed to be the great saviour for all glasses-wearers, and was science's answer to most of the common sight problems

FEATURE Prevention of eye problems

2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 7)

* Myopia may be linked to an increased intake of refined carbohydrates, according to a study carried out on hunter-gatherer societies and on recently Westernised hunter-gatherer groups (Acta Ophthalmol Scand, 2002; 80: 125-35)


July 1st 2003

* Spiritual wellbeing soothes despair among the terminally ill Spiritual wellbeing is a crucial factor in helping patients with terminal illness

FEATURE Sugar: the root of many diseases

2003 (Vol. 13 Issue 11) /

We in the West are relentless consumers of sugar


2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 3) /

* Not all women respond the same way to conventional drugs used to treat osteoporosis

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