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Doowhatchalike

28 June 2013 14:45:08 BST

Throw Back Friday

 

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Posted By Gordon Greig

De la soul

22 June 2013 23:40:04 BST

De la Soul classic

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Throw Back Friday

20 June 2013 23:06:03 BST

Wee just found out David Lee Roth's dad was an Opthamologist! Thanks to Kirsty James for this.

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Posted By Gordon Greig

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28 April 2013 14:17:07 BST

How to Buy Glasses Online

If you're a busy person then often you don't have the time to go into a physical store to purchase your new glasses. This is where the internet can come in extremely handy. The internet now provides you with the ability to purchase your glasses on the online without leaving the comfort of your own home. It's actually quite simple to do and takes no time at all; so, you won't be taking much time away from your busy schedule in order to buy your new glasses. You'll definitely spend far less time shopping for your glasses online than you would if you had to drive to a store to purchase them, so, it is a definite time saver as well as a money saver when you factor in the expense associated with reaching the store itself.

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Posted By Gordon Greig

Summer_2013_Sunnies!

14 March 2013 14:25:27 GMT

Are sunglasses important? Of course they are. Just ask your Optometrist! As the summer months are fast approaching (please, please,please!), many people will consider buying a new pair of sunglasses or prescription sunglasses. Why wear sunglasses? While it may seem like sunglasses are more of a fashion statement than anything, they are actually essential for maintaining your eyesight.

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Anatomy of the Eye

28 February 2013 20:45:54 GMT

GregoryPex Guide to the Eye.

The  eye is not actually a sphere; rather, it is a two-piece fused unit. The smaller, more curved part is the cornea, which is attached to the larger sclera.

The cornea is what light first passes through as it enters the eye, and it helps to focus the light. The sclera - or the white part of the eye, is composed of tough, fibrous tissue that protects the inner part of the eye. The two are connected by a ring called the limbus.

The clear watery fluid between the cornea and the iris is the aqueous humour. It maintains a constant pressure inside the eye, and increases the refractive power of the eye.

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Colour Blind

11 February 2013 21:34:44 GMT

What is Colour Blindness?

Colour blindness is a recessive genetic condition carried through on the X chromosome, which leaves a person unable to see the normal spectrum of colours. It affects men more commonly as they only have one X chromosome. Women need to inherit the gene from both parents to be affected; however, women can often be 'silent' carriers.

Colour blindness does not affect the vision, it only changes the way a person sees colour. There three types of inherited of colour blindness. The three types of Colour blindness are described as follows:

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Eye Sight Myths Explained

6 February 2013 19:17:22 GMT

Eyesight Myths Expalined.

Over the years, several myths have evolved when it comes to vision care and glasses. Old wives tales told time after time, often turn into what we perceive as fact and later report as fact. Did your mum ever tell you when you were a child to eat your vegetables, especially your carrots, because they would improve your eye sight? What about sitting to close to the television will ruin your sight? How about  that reading in dim light can hurt your eyes and damage your sight? These tall tales that our mothers and grandmothers have been known to tell are not always true. Or, they may be partially true but not entirely - they can be half truths. Well, we are here to explain  those myths and give you the facts!

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Reglaze Service

5 February 2013 21:01:30 GMT

Lots of  people love their current pair of glasses; whatever they may be it's likely that you chose them in the first place because you liked them, and have since got very used to them. No matter how battered they are they can be as comfortable and familiar as a well worn pair of shoes. Alternatively, they might be expensive designer frames that are just too good to let go. Whatever the reason, it's a real pain if they break, as you have to go through the process of finding the same pair or one similar, checking the best deal, paying for them and then waiting for them to be delivered.

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30% Off all frames in January!

23 January 2013 15:10:19 GMT

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