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Don’t let the tears dry!

With the increasing access to digital devices, Computer Vision Syndrome is becoming a common ailment Nowadays ours eyes do not get adequate rest as most of the time we are either on our computer, laptop, i-pad, mobile or watching television. Eye strain caused ... The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
Don't let the tears dry! INooz, 4 weeks ago

BenQ launches Eye-care initiative for its LED monitors

With the kind of hours we spend in front of a computer monitor, eye-strain or even Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) can present a major problem, especially for those already with poor eyesight. With that in mind, BenQ is taking steps to reduce and ...
 TechAttack3 weeks ago Computer Eye Strain Affects 90% of Computer Users, Warns Sharon Kleyne Hour Host  Digital Journal1 month ago Chilly winter can affect the eyes too  Gulf Time UAE1 month ago
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Computer simulations offer potential treatment option for dry eye syndrome

RIT mathematics professor studies the dynamics of tears A treatment for dry eye-a burning, gritty condition that can impair vision and damage the cornea-could some day result from computer simulations that map the way tears move across the surface ...
 News-Medical.Net1 month ago Composition and method for treating dry eye syndrome  PharmCast1 month ago

Employees Satisfaction Drives Customer Satisfaction: Rajesh Bhatia, CCS Computers

Delhi-headquartered CCS Computers, with over 488 employees and four branches in India, clocked more than Rs. 165 crore in revenues last fiscal. But what's possibly more interesting about it is its single-digit rate of attrition--a rate it's ...
 ChannelWorld India2 days ago
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Computer-aided Diagnosis of Rare Genetic Disorders from Family Photos

Oxford University researchers have come up with a computer program that recognizes facial features in photographs; looks for similarities with facial structures for various conditions, such as Down's syndrome, Angelman syndrome, or Progeria; and ...
 Scientific Computing3 weeks ago Rare Genetic Disorders Diagnosis Aided by Computer, from Family Snaps  MedIndia4 weeks ago Computer analysis of family photos could help diagnose rare genetic disorders  News-Medical.Net4 weeks ago Face-recognition software to diagnose rare disorders  Jagran Post4 weeks ago
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Computers, gadgets weakening kids’ eyesight

Phenomenon on the rise; over 50 cases in 6-15 years age group being reported every week In a spate of lifestyle diseases that has been affecting children, doctors in the city are seeing a rise in yet another one — Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). CVS is ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Look out!

Are you one of those who spend a lot of time gazing at computer screens? Watch out, this is making you vulnerable to eye fatigue, dry eyes, vision discomfort, headaches and, of course, stress. Eye disorders consequent to computer use are now known ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Computer spots rare diseases in family photos

Doctors faced with the tricky task of spotting rare genetic diseases in children may soon be asking parents to email their family photos. A computer program can now learn to identify rare conditions by analysing a face from an ordinary digital ...
 New Scientist1 month ago New Software Can Spot Rare Genetic Diseases From Family Photographs  Gizmodo4 weeks ago

New Research Supports Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne's Belief That Computer Eye Strain Is a Form of Dry Eye

Japanese Study Indicates Decreased Tear Film Mucin Levels in Dry Eye Similar to Computer Eye Strain Mucin Levels New research supports what radio host and water researcher and entrepreneur Sharon Kleyne has been teaching for years that computer eye ...
 PRWeb1 month ago
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Give eyes a break, device users told

A poll of 473 people found 92 percent said they have tired eyes while 72 percent suffer blurred vision after using smartphones and computers for more than 10 hours a day. Jack Wong Wai-hung, who is adjunct associate professor of optometry at Hong ...
 Hong Kong Standard1 month ago
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