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LASIK For Photographers

By eliminating the hassle of glasses or contacts, LASIK for photographers makes it easier and more comfortable to handle cameras, especially the small digital cameras that are increasingly popular among professionals, and the compacts and even smartphones used by enthusiastic amateurs. “Photography is all about eyesight—and it’s also about removing obstacles between the photographer and…

To Become An Astronaut – Or a Better Pilot – Consider LASIK

It’s official! NASA is now accepting applications for its next class of astronauts. What makes this news particularly exciting is that some members of this next astronaut class could very well be on the first mission to Mars. Among the astronaut requirements: at least 1,000 hours of pilot-in-command time in jet aircraft and 20/20 vision….

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For An Emergency Response Team, Glasses Can Be A Hazard

For an emergency response team—police officers, firefighters, paramedics, the military, and emergency medical technicians—good vision can be a matter of life and death. First responders who wear eyeglasses or contact lenses often find them a hindrance, or even a hazard, that can interfere with their ability to do their job. A police officer can lose…

What To Do If You’re Thinking About LASIK

LASIK is an elective procedure, which means the choice to have it is yours.  If you are thinking about LASIK, one of the most important steps in choosing to have LASIK is making sure you are a good candidate for the procedure and determining whether it will fit your lifestyle and personality. Here are some…

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