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Computer and smart phone users are urged to take a break from their devices after an alarming increase in people suffering from dry eye syndrome. Perth optometrist Dr Darrell Baker ...

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    Computer and smart phone users are urged to take a break from their devices after an alarming increase in people suffering from dry eye syndrome. Perth optometrist Dr Darrell Baker said dry eye was a massive issue that was linked to the amount of time people spent looking at screens. “Dry Eye is a disease that ...
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    Many students struggling at school may be experiencing vision issues. Perth optometrist Darrell Baker said children can experience learning difficulties, even if they have 20/20 eyesight. Dr Baker said eyesight is the eyes’ ability to see at near or far distances, while vision is understanding information made available through the eyes. “Vision plays an important ...
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    AGE and disability are no longer a barrier to pet ownership with dog-lovers across WA volunteering at POOPs (Pets of Older Persons). POOPs is a no-fee service that keeps people and their pets together. The service involves police-cleared volunteers helping take care of pets, such as dog walking and vet visits. POOPs spokeswoman Priscilla Lynch ...
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    Dentists will descend on Merimbula in NSW for a conference next month, with the aim of injecting much needed tourism dollars into the local economy. Organiser David Moffet said all ticket sales from Dental Practice Management Extravaganza would go towards those affected by the December/January fires along the NSW south coast.   “The aim is ...
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