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By Thomas R. Quackenbush

Artists, lecturers, military officials, housewives, aged humans, mom and dad, and youngsters with imaginative and prescient difficulties write approximately their stories with the Bates approach and giving up their glasses in Better Eyesight. significant eye stipulations (myopia, astigmaticsm, farsightedness, presbyopia, amblyopia, strabismus, cataract, gluacome, blindness) are mentioned through Bates, different opthalmologists, the scientific neighborhood, and readers. the importance of this literature is either historic and rapid. For the 1st time, the relationship among eyestrain to shoulder and neck ache, complications, and different muscular stress is mentioned.

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T h e sa m e thing dem onstration the teacher asked to have a Snellen lest card h ap p en s w h en ad u lts lo o k at u n fa m iliar distant o bjects. placed perm anently in the room . The children were directed W hen the e y e regards a fam iliar o bject, how ever, the affect to read the sm allest letters they cou ld see from their seats is q u ite o th e rw ise . N o t o n ly ca n it be re g a rd e d w ith o u t at least o n ce e v e r y d ay with both e y e s to g eth er and with strain, but the strain o f lo okin g later at unfam iliar objects each e y e separately, the o th er being covered with the palm is lessened.

C o n sid e rin g the n ature o f th e su p e r­ p rovide him self with the m eans for k eepin g tabs on him in structure built on the foundation o f D ond ers,an d the excel­ the form o f a m echanical lens m easure, axis finder and cen ­ lent w ork bein g d o n e by leading m en. D r. G a rd in e r thinks tering m achine. the present status o f refraction w ork might be deem ed em i­ D r. C h arles E m erson o f the Indiana U n iversity School n en tly satisfacto ry if it w e re not fo r the great am ou n t o f o f M ed icin e su ggested a clo ser co o p era tio n betw een the bad and careless w ork being done; but I d o not con sid er it o p h th a lm o lo g ist and th e p h ysician , as th ere w e re m any satisfactory w hen all w e can d o for p eo p le w ith im perfect patients w h o cou ld not be help ed by the ophthalm ologist sight is to g iv e them e y e cru tch es that d o not even ch eck alone.

A ft e r a class had been exam in ed the the fall all the children cou ld see the w ritin g on the b la ck ­ children w ho had failed would som etim es ask for a second board from th eir seats, but b e fo re sc h o o l clo s e d the fo l­ test, and then it often happened that th ey w ould read the lo w in g sp rin g all o f them w ith ou t e x c e p tio n co m p la in ed w h o le ca rd w ith p e rfe c t visio n . S o fre q u e n t w e re these occu rrences that there w as no escaping the conclusion that that th e v co u ld not see it at a d ista n ce o f m ore than ten feet.

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