Norovirus outbreak hits 60 schools with health officials called in and pupils sent home – Live News

AN OUTBREAK of norovirus has hit 60 schools with some forced to close their doors, it’s reported  Health officials were called in after hundreds of children were off sick across the North East of England this week  Local authorities are working with Public Health England’s health protection team due to the high number of absences […]

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Mark Sims on quality and outcomes for EAL pupils

I’m often asked what Ofsted is ‘looking for’ when inspectors go into schools. Are they looking for provision for EAL children to be in the mainstream classes, or is withdrawal better for them? Well, Ofsted’s position is that we don’t have a preferred way in which EAL learners are taught. What’s important are the outcomes. […]

Papużka falista – najpopularniejszy gadający pupil

Budgerigar – most popular talking pet. Budgerigar is one of the most popular pets. Definitely, it is also the most popular parakeet. This small parakeet comes from Australia. In their natural habitat they live in big bevies. Their main food are grass seeds. The wild-type living in Australia is green, however, here you can see […]

Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors CAIs for Glaucoma

The Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors (CAIs) – Again, they turn on the faucet. But the oral ones are far more effective than the topical ones. So the oral ones, again, are Acetazolamide and Neptazane. The issue with the oral ones, though, is systemic side effects: transient myopia, frequent urination, light-headedness, paresthesias/Paresthesias – extremity tingling. These are […]

Who is at Risk for Glaucoma? | McFarland Clinic

The Chronic Open Angle Glaucoma is typically a condition that shows up in the 40s and above. People at high risk are mainly people with family history, so if you have a family history– mother, brother, father–then you are at a high risk. You need more frequent visits and more frequent screenings. People with diabetes […]

“What causes glaucoma?” By Richard P. Holm, MD

The second leading cause of irreversible blindness in U.S. is from glaucoma. Three million Americans are affected by this condition, and approximately one in ten will eventually get it, although it is more common in people of African or Asian descent. The big question is, What causes glaucoma?” I thought I knew the answer to […]

Glaucoma Awareness with Optometrist David Momnie | Connecting Point | Mar. 5, 2019

>>>ACCORDING TO THE GLAUCOMA RESEARCH FOUNDATION, GLAUCOMA IS THE LEADING CAUSE OF IRREVERSIBLE BLINDNESS, AND MORE THAN 3 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES HAVE THE DISEASE. CAROLEE McGRATH SAT DOWN WITH OPTOMETRIST DR. DAVID MOMNIE OF CHICKOPEE EYE CARE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DISEASE, THOSE MOST AT RISK, AND HOW AN ANNUAL EYE […]

What does the future of glaucoma treatment look like?

Glaucoma surgery has entered into a very, very exciting time. I’m personally involved in 15 glaucoma trials at the moment as either a principal investigator or chief investigator and many of these are a new glaucoma implant. So, they are, for example, implants including a slow-release glaucoma medication which I inject into the eye, which […]