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 What color contacts should i get *pic included.)?
that's me.
either eletric green: http://www.dixieart.com/Sparklescent_Electric_Green.jpg
or the blue, like the color ...

 What is the rarest eye colour in the world?

 Do color contacts change your vision color?
for example, if you have green contacts will you see stuff in a greener ...

 Is this pink eye?
for the past 2 or 3 days, usually flaring up at night, it feels like there has been something in my eye. i checked many times and tried to wipe it out but I've seen nothing. Tonight, it got very ...

 Putting Contacts In?
I want to be able to wear contacts, but I have a very difficult time touching my eye and trying to putting contacts in.
Does anyone have any advice, suggestions or exercises that could help me ...

 Why do my eyes hurt after reading?
i have picked up reading again and my eyes hurt really bad after reading only 10 or 15 pages? whats up?
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i was thinking about glasses too but its weird because i can ...

 Can masterbating one time everyday and not sleeping well cause your eyes to get blurry sometimes?

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6-7 hours of sleep everyday....

 What are the consequences for leaving your contacts in over night?....or over 7 nights?
it is a bad habbit that i need to break but i want to kno what it does to your eyes. i kno it has to do something or else the doctors wouldnt tell you to take them out. but they have never stuck and ...

 How do I clean glasses?
I just started wearing the glasses I got...and I don't know how to clean them...how do i clean them?...

 What Is The Most Uncommon Eye Colour?
Im just curious ......

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Acute Vs. Chronic Insomnia
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is characterized by difficulty falling and/or staying asleep. People with insomnia have one or more of the following symptoms:-Difficulty falling asleep -Waking up often during the night and having trouble going back to sleep -Waking up too early in the morning ... Read More

Home Treatment for Acne Vulgaris
Acne vulgaris (acne) is a common skin condition that occurs when oil and dead skin cells clog the skin's pores. These clogs cause blemishes in the skin that are often red and swollen. When you have just a few red spots, known as pimples, you have a mild form of acne. Severe acne can mean... Read More

Alert Over Contact Lens Solution
A commonly used contact lens solution has been withdrawn from sale amid concerns linking it to eye infections. Manufacturers Bausch & Lomb acted after a rise in Fusarium infections among users of its ReNu MoistureLoc solution in Hong Kong, Singapore and the US. The reason for this rise is not yet... Read More

Overusing Migraine Meds May Alter Hormone Function
People with chronic migraines who overuse pain relievers may have abnormalities in certain hormonal responses, a small study suggests.It's known that overusing migraine medications can sometimes cause periodic migraines to become chronic, and the new findings suggest that altered hormone... Read More

Rickets Still a Risk for Kids with Milk Allergy
Though the childhood bone disease rickets has become rare in many countries, the case of one child underscores the potential risk for kids who are allergic to milk.Reporting in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology,Canadian doctors describe the case of a 2-year-old boy with milk allergy who... Read More

New Antibiotic Active Against Resistant Bugs
Researchers have discovered a natural antibiotic with a unique mechanism of action that allows it to knock out several bacteria that are often resistant to other agents, such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus - commonly known as MRSA.The antibiotic, named platensimycin, is an... Read More

Merck HPV Vaccine Seems Effective, Safe-FDA Staff
Merck & Co. Inc.'s experimental vaccine to prevent infection from a virus that causes cervical cancer appears to be effective with no major safety concerns, U.S. regulatory staff said on Wednesday in documents released a day ahead of a key review. The vaccine - Gardasil - was designed to... Read More

Bone-Building Drug Helpful in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Zoledronic acid, used to inhibit the breakdown of bone and ward off the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis, could also be helpful to people with rheumatoid arthritis, researchers report.According to the results of a small proof-of-concept study, zoledronic acid - also known as zoledronate, or... Read More

Babies Born in Poor Condition at Risk for Epilepsy
Newborns with low Apgar scores, indicating that they have serious physical difficulties, are more likely to develop epilepsy during childhood and early adulthood than those with higher scores, a Danish study shows.Apgar scoring is a method of quickly checking newborns, based on their heart rate,... Read More

Exercise, Self-Help Improve Knee Arthritis
Exercise and education may give people with knee arthritis a small, but important, physical and emotional lift, a research review suggests.Because of the conclusions indicated in an analysis involving 16 studies, researchers at San Diego State University found that both exercise therapy and self... Read More

Vioxx Stroke Risk Could Last Years
Former users of Merck & Co's Vioxx arthritis drug could be at risk of developing strokes for years, a prominent public health expert said on Thursday after examining new data from the drug manufacturer."It may be that Vioxx is causing permanent damage to the cardiovascular system, accelerating... Read More

Don't Blame Job Stress for High Blood Pressure
The notion that being stressed out on the job causes high blood pressure doesn't hold up, according to a new analysis of studies involving more than 100,000 people."There's no doubt that in the moment stress raises blood pressure," the study's author, Dr. Samuel J. Mann of Weill... Read More

Merck Presses for Cervical Cancer Vaccine Approval
Merck & Co. Inc. urged U.S. advisers to back a new vaccine for women and girls as young as 9 that is designed to block a sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer - HPV.The vaccine, named Gardasil, could offer a major boost to women's health and the struggling drug maker's... Read More

Detecting Deafness Early Doesn't Help Speech
Detecting and addressing hearing impairment in the first few months of life can improve the ability to understand and use language, but it seems to have little effect on speech, new research indicates.The US, UK, and other countries have implemented universal screening of newborns for hearing... Read More

Some Blood Pressure Meds May Raise Diabetes Risk
Diuretics and beta-blockers, used to treat hypertension, are associated with an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, new findings indicate. "The relation between the use of different classes of antihypertensive medications and the risk of incident type 2 diabetes is unclear," Dr. Eric N.... Read More

Few Young Cancer Survivors Get Best Follow-Up
Many survivors of childhood cancer are not getting the optimal follow-up care recommended for detecting the long-term consequences of cancer treatment, according to a study of Canadian patients.Though the majority of children and teenagers with cancer can be cured, they still face a risk of long... Read More

Drinking Cocoa Enhances the Appearance of the Skin
Cocoa butter has long been used topically in many skin creams and cosmetics because it is thought to be good for the skin. Now, new research just published in the Journal of Nutrition reveals the potential benefits of consuming flavanol-rich cocoa and how it might actually benefit skin from the... Read More

A New Way of Looking at Vaccine Development
University of Georgia researchers have given vaccine developers a new tool that could lead to the development of designer vaccines that protect against a wider range of diseases or work against diseases that are currently hard to prevent. In a study published in the May 23 edition of the journal... Read More

Heal Thyself: How Cells Avoid Becoming Cancerous
Researchers have described for the first time a web of inter-related responses that cells use to avoid becoming diseased or cancerous after being exposed to a powerful mutagen.Researchers at the University of California, San Diego and three other institutions have described for the first time a web... Read More

There Seems to Be No Link between Marijuana Use and Lung Cancer
People who smoke marijuana - even heavy, long-term marijuana users - do not appear to be at increased risk of developing lung cancer. Marijuana smoking also does not appear to increase the risk of head and neck cancers, such as cancer of the tongue, mouth, throat, or esophagus.These findings were a... Read More

Five Surprising Facts about Starvation
While public attention gravitates towards conflict and natural disaster, many people in countries less affected by such events struggle with some of the same nutrition problems as those in crisis. Rainer Gross, UNICEF's chief of nutrition, and Patrick Webb, dean for academic affairs at the... Read More

Patients, Be Patient: the Treatment of Depression Can Take Months to Work
It takes time - between three and 12 months - before a new type of therapy for treatment-resistant depression starts to benefit patients, according to new preliminary brain scan research that confirms earlier observations by psychiatrists about vagal nerve stimulation. Saint Louis University,... Read More

The Origin of HIV Traced to Wild Chimpanzees
Apparently the HIV problem started with hunters of wild chimpanzees in southern Cameroon in 1930s. They hunted chimpanzees infected with a simian version of the virus called SIV and contracted the disease from them. "How many different transmission events occurred between that initial hunter and... Read More

Scientists Reveal Structure of a Key Tuberculosis Protein
Tuberculosis remains one of the deadliest threats to public health. Every year, two million people die of the disease, which is caused by the microorganism Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Roughly, one third of the world's population is infected and more and more bacterial strains have developed... Read More

Misreading Neutral Facial Expressions as Hostile
Youth with bipolar disorder (previously known as manic depression) misread facial expressions as hostile and show heightened neural reactions when they focus on emotional aspects of neutral faces, researchers at the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH... Read More

What Causes Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?
There are many theories about the causes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. Experts speculate on a wide range of probable causes - genetics, environmental pollutants, food allergies and challenging home environments. In his new book, "What Causes ADHD? Understanding What Goes... Read More

The Appearance of the Hands Can Reveal Your Age
Want to know a person's real age? Just look at their hands. According to the study, most people can accurately tell a person's age by viewing only their hands. "A primary motivation to have plastic surgery is to look and feel better, often by seeking a younger looking appearance. However,... Read More

Chronic, Phantom Pain Is Not in the Brain
Chronic pain affects a very large number of people from such varied causes as arthritis, sciatica, cancer, diabetes. Most forms of pain result from identifiable causes which serve the "good" purpose in warning of a real physical problem that needs attention, or rest. But although chronic pain may... Read More

Green Tea and the 'Asian Paradox'
There is a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease and cancer in Asia where people smoke heavily, which may be accounted for by high consumption of tea, particularly green tea, according to a review article published by a Yale School of Medicine researcher. "We do not yet have a full explanation... Read More

The Genetic Quality of Sperm Deteriorates with Age
New research indicates that the genetic quality of sperm worsens as men get older, increasing a man's risk of being infertile, fathering unsuccessful pregnancies and passing along dwarfism and possibly other genetic diseases to his children. A study led by scientists at Lawrence Livermore... Read More

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