Tight neckties boost glaucoma risk

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Wilson da Silva, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. Wilson da Silva

    Rishigg Guest

    Mr. Tyrner is becoming a great entertainment man.

    --
    "As surely as any soldier ever died on the field, Dr. Bates gave his
    life for a cause, battling against fate, during many years of
    magnificent struggle, when the unending disappointment finally broke in
    hopeless despair. His torch is still burning. There will come some other
    battler, who is fit, and will hold it high until the people who are
    sitting in darkness have seen its great light."
    William B. MacCracken, M.D.
    (1937, Berkeley CA)
     
    Rishigg, Aug 1, 2003
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  2. Wilson da Silva

    Rishigg Guest


    It is time that you find yourself, Mr. Tyrner.
     
    Rishigg, Aug 1, 2003
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  3. Wilson da Silva

    Kory Postma Guest

    Actually if you don't believe Bates, would you believe yourself? Redo
    his experiment in a school, then see what the outcome is.

    You only need to try the candle thing one night and will notice the
    effect. If you want marked improvement (cure), then you would have to
    do it for several months. Doing it one time you will see the
    improvement. You have devoted so much time explaining your side of
    things. Why not at least try the experiment and see for yourself?
    Prove yourself right... Instead of spending time replying to each and
    every message here, take the 30 minutes and try it. Rishigg says to
    use MSWord font size 1.5, try it and see.

    Kory
     
    Kory Postma, Aug 1, 2003
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  4. Wilson da Silva

    Dr Judy Guest

    Really Kory, you should learn to stop with the sweeping generalizations! A
    statement that includes "every" usually is an overstatement.

    As for "ailment", what do you include in ailment -- refractive error?,
    allergy? dandruff?, heartburn?,controlled conditions like hypertension, low
    thyroid?. I expect in Confuscis time, "sick" meant unable to work, not just
    having a condition that does not interfere with daily life.
     
    Dr Judy, Aug 2, 2003
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  5. Wilson da Silva

    Rishigg Guest


    GOOD: enabled to work in the fields or in the caves. You have to be
    perfectly healthy to work there.
    Now you can "work" in the office even if you are a moribund.

    Your politicians do that, your professors, everybody is a moribund.

    In Confucious time, to work required perfect health.
     
    Rishigg, Aug 2, 2003
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  6. Wilson da Silva

    Kory Postma Guest

    I mean anything that is not considered normal (allergy, dandruff, all
    of that crap is not normal...). Find one American family that has no
    ailments, if you can, which you can't, I know...
    Kory
     
    Kory Postma, Aug 3, 2003
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