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Eye Exercises And Vision Training

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Also commonly referred to as vision training, eye exercises performed consistently over a period of time can cure: Myopia Nearsightedness Astigmatism An irregularly shaped cornea The Causes of Poor Vision The main cause of poor vision is muscle tension in and around the eye. This eye strain affects the ability to focus and relax completely, and over time the eyeball changes shape to compensate. The irregular shape of the eyeball causes light to focus too far in front of the retina (in nearsightedness) or too far behind (in farsightedness). The cornea can also become squashed (astigmatism) which is a common effect of being near sighted. How Eye Exercises Work Eye exercises work by first strengthening the six groups of eye muscles, and then helping them to relax completely each day to improve vision on a progressive basis.
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Hawk-Eye’s vision extends to soccer and beyond

FIFA used a GoalControl system during the Confederations Cup in Brazil in June, leaving the Germans well placed to win the contract for next year’s World Cup. Hawk-Eye is now working with Dutch soccer authorities to take technology in soccer a step further with a full-blown trial of video refereeing. The concept has been used for several years in sports such as rugby union and American football; Hawk-Eye aims to reduce the reliance on TV broadcast output to come up with quicker and clearer answers. Its Officiating Replay System allows an extra referee to quickly monitor multiple TV feeds from the broadcaster before they are aired, to review contentious calls to, say, award a penalty kick or disallow a goal for offside. The system fulfils the wish of many an armchair fan by offering the video referee a parallel feed running two seconds behind the live feed, effectively allowing for an instant review of a contentious incident that was only half-glimpsed. For now, the Dutch trial is being used only to test the speed and reliability of the system, not to intervene in matches.
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Hawk-Eye’s vision extends to soccer and beyond

Assistant Referee Lee Probert holds a watch linked to the Hawkeye system before the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield in Liverpool, northern England, August 17, 2013. REUTERS/Darren Staples

However, all of them employ a different principle. In fact, it’s not only the technology used but the eye surgeons at the Braverman Eye Center are also recognized as leading LASIK and ASA PRK Surgeons. These surgeons’ offer a range of other vision correction procedures that have helped many patients in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and South Florida achieve clearer vision. The Braverman Eye Center is the best place for a Laser Vision Correction in Fort Lauderdale.
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Reduce the Dependency on Corrective Eye Wear with Laser Vision Correction Surgery

A two-year trial being carried out with little fanfare in the top Dutch division is the latest project to involve Hawk-Eye, a company based in southern England whose ball-tracking tools have become a familiar visual aid to umpires and fans in tennis and cricket over the past decade. The technology is designed to address an issue faced by many televised sports, where instant replays and social media allow armchair fans to spot errors seconds after they have been made by officials with only their own instant judgment and perhaps an impaired view to rely on. The work of Hawk-Eye, bought by Japanese electronics giant Sony in 2011, and rivals such as Germany’s GoalControl enables sports to get more of those decisions right, creating a business opportunity and fuelling a debate about whether review technology slows down the game too much. Paul Hawkins, who developed and gave his name to a system to complement television coverage of cricket in the 1990s and remains a director of the company, wants to end that debate.
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Tubigon And Toledo City To Receive Nutrition Awards

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Some nutrition and diet studies may overstate results

Other members of the Tubigon team include Ellen Ruth F. Abella, also of NNC, Ma. Anna Rita. M.
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If researchers are overstating their results, the media is probably overstating them too, he added. “I think it’s overwhelming for the average person out there who is bombarded with so much information and frequently he or she doesn’t always have the scientific tools available to be able to determine how much of it do I really need to take in and change my practices and how much of this is just interesting information,” he said. Overstating study results can cause problems for professionals as well as the general public, researchers said. “I think the study was very enlightening, for sure, and frankly I think the authors have brought attention to an issue that needs to be addressed both within the scientific community as well as within the media,” dietician Joy Dubost told Reuters Health. Dubost is a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and wasn’t involved in the new study.
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