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We have all experienced headaches. Most adults get a headache every now and then, but how do you know if your headache is serious? The term "ocular migraine" can be confusing. It generally means a headache that's accompanied by changes in vision. The term is often used interchangeably to refer to two different conditions: migraine with aura.


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Heterochromia comes from the Greek word "heteros" which mean different and "chroma" which means color. It is a condition where a person has two distinct eye colors. One can have this condition from birth or develop it over time. The colored part of the eye (Iris) consists of one of the colors, such as brown, green, black and blue. But some people have unique colors in one eye, and some have different eye colors because of heterochromia.


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Eyes hold clues for treating severe autism more effectively Vocabulary tests for individuals with the severest forms of autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, are notoriously inaccurate. They commonly ask the test-taker to point to an illustration after hearing a spoken word, measuring the ability to understand and perform a task as much as word knowledge.



It’s a new year, and many of us are looking to make positive changes in our lives. The best way to do that is not by making resolutions, but by creating habits that will stick for the long term. If you want to run a marathon, form the habit of running. If you want to write a novel, form the writing habit. If you want to be more mindful, form the habit of meditation.



First-Aid Treatment for Eye Injuries It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Accidents can happen anytime, especially involving kids. They can get into all sorts of things, believing they are invincible. More often than breaking their bones, kids suffer eye injuries that can leave them seriously hurt.



There are several ways you can observe the solar Eclipse on August 21st for yourself. The easiest and safest is to project the Eclipse by building your own pinhole camera. Projecting the Solar Eclipse You can easily and safely observe the Solar Eclipse by projecting it through a tiny hole onto a white sheet of paper. This simple device is called a “pinhole camera.”


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