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Post time 2006-3-25 09:39:19 |Display all floors
各位译友:

先向各位问好。电脑是我的主要学习工作工具,用得很多,流年不利,得了眼底病“中渗”,可能会造成右眼半残,看东西变形严重,视力从1.0下降到0.1还有继续下降趋势。中西束手无策,现在剩下一只近视的左眼勉强看点东西。基本与电脑、电视绝缘。 在此希望各位多多保重。也衷心感谢曾经帮助过我,关心过我的各位朋友。


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Post time 2006-3-25 10:23:16 |Display all floors
So sorry to hear that, my friend. Hope you'll get better soon.


BTW, it's 2006.:)

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Compuer thays noh~~~

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Post time 2006-3-25 10:37:39 |Display all floors
Sorry to hear that. I hope the ever improving technology will help you.

We who have to work intensely with our eyes should have our eyes checked by eye doctors once a year if possible.

Take rest every half hour at least. Don't let your eyes open wide for a long time starring on the screen.
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wish you have a good luck, you may  recuperate after a long time rest.do not worry too much,have a good day

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Post time 2006-3-25 10:39:17 |Display all floors

Prayer for you, and hope you recover soon.

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Post time 2006-3-25 10:43:06 |Display all floors

Heavy computer use tied to glaucoma

I have posted a thread in Jan 2005 on Living in China--General forum
Every one spends hours on computer should take care.

Last Updated Tue, 16 Nov 2004 09:23:28 EST
CBC News
LONDON - Men who spend hours staring at a computer screen may be at increased risk for glaucoma, a disease that can cause blindness, Japanese doctors say.

Researchers studied more than 10,200 workers with an average age of 43 for signs of glaucoma, a gradual disease of the optic nerve leading to loss of peripheral vision.

  

The workers were randomly selected for testing at their medical check-up. Participants filled out questionnaires about their eye health and use of computers at home and in the office.

Dr. Masayuki Tatemichi of Toho University School of Medicine in Tokyo and his colleagues found 165 subjects had suspected glaucoma, according to tests.

Those who sat in front of a computer for more than eight hours a day were twice as likely to have glaucoma as those who were light or medium users, the researchers found.

There appeared to be a significant link between workers who were short sighted or myopic and were heavy users of computers.

The optic nerve may be more vulnerable to computer stress in those who are short sighted compared to those with normal eyes, the team speculated.

Since more workers are now using computers, doctors may need to monitor the prevalence of myopia and signs of glaucoma in workers, the researchers said in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, published by the British Medical Association.

The researchers acknowledge the study is limited by its cross-sectional design, adding the results may be skewed since most of the volunteers were male.

They note more research is needed to investigate the suspected link.

Glaucoma may be caused by high pressure inside the eye. It affects one in 100 Canadians over age 40, according to the Canadian Opthamalmological Society.
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