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SightGlass Vision technology shows promising results for myopia control in young children

1 day ago   |   By Healio

Eyeglasses that use SightGlass Vision Diffusion Optic Technology significantly reduced axial length and cycloplegic spherical equivalent refraction progression in children aged 6 to 7 years with myopia, the company announced in a press release.
The lens technology, which incorporates thousands of micro-dots that scatter light and reduce contrast on the retina, is intended to reduce myopia progression in children and has shown promising results in a recent analysis of clinical trial data. According to the release, myopia affects more than 2.5 billion people worldwide and is the leading cause of
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‘Sucked dry': How a private school fell into financial ruin

‘Sucked dry': How a private school fell into financial ruin

1 day ago   |   By Sydney Morning Herald

Australia's corporate regulator was warned two years ago the-then Kilmore International School was at risk, with high fees being paid to companies controlled by the school's founder.
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LOBOTOMIZING CHILDREN: Another pharma shill paid big bucks to push experimental "anti-psychotics" drugs on children as young as two years old

LOBOTOMIZING CHILDREN: Another pharma shill paid big bucks to push experimental "anti-psychotics" drugs on children as young as two years old

1 day ago   |   By Natural News

Unapproved FDA anti-psychotics prescription drugs have been prescribed for two-year-olds who supposedly have bipolar disorder. On the record with Johnson and Johnson internal documents that have been uprooted, a certain doctor, who happens to be the chief of pediatric psychopharmacology at Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital, appears to have pushed these unapproved drugs through...
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