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Ultra-Reflective Specs Prove Nightmare For Paparazzi

Way back when we all went a little goo goo for Lady Gaga. The pint sized star dazzled us all with her Poker Face. Then of course came her obsession with Paparazzi.

We all remember (or some of us do) when she wore that infamous dress made from carnivorous animals. Yet the meatilicious Gaga turned up the heat when she sung about those pesky paps chasing her all over town.

We are not saying that she’s a William Shakespeare in the making. But, she did have a point. And for many celebs from Adrian Brody to Zayn Malik, the paparazzi can prove to be their worst nightmare.

The camping out like Woodstock

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Magnifiers for macular degeneration

Magnifiers for Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of severe vision loss in people aged 60 and above. It is a painless, age related condition that can affect one or both of the eyes. It is not unusual for one eye to experience macular degeneration before the other and during these early stages, you may not have any other symptoms.

This vision impeding condition occurs when the macula, the central part of the retina, starts to deteriorate and although there is nothing that can reverse the ageing process, there’s lots we can do in earlier life to prevent it. Plus there’s plenty we can do at

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Biggest Eye Health Myths busted

The Biggest Eye Health Myths… Busted!

From telling us that carrots make us see in the dark (which is kind of true by the way) to telling us not to sit too close to the TV, our parents have been telling us all sorts of strange things about how best to look after our eyesight. But which of these things contain fact and which are just absolute rubbish?

Here are 5 of the most common eye health and eyesight myths, debunked!

1. “Not wearing glasses will damage your eyes”

Not exactly true. Whilst we can’t argue that not wearing glasses for some people may be uncomfortable, there is no scientific evidence to support that failing to wear your glasses will cause further damage to

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You Can Now Explore Mars Thanks to Microsoft HoloLens

You Can Now Explore Mars Thanks to Microsoft HoloLens

If the closest you’ve ever come to exploring Mars is nibbling on a chocolate bar, you’ll likely be excited that, by putting on a Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality headset, you can now explore the Red Planet’s rocky terrain.

Yes, it’s very much a virtual experience – but also a great indicator of how far the technology has come, not to mention a hint at how much further it could go.

Introducing “Destination: Mars”

We all know the story of Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon – but, over the last 70 years, various strategies for human travel to Mars <a href="http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/11/151111-mars-mission-fail-history-astronaut-science/

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What is Corneal Sunburn and How Can We Prevent It?

Corneal sunburn or a ‘corneal flash burn’ is essentially sunburn on your eye. The clear layer covering the front of your eyes forms the cornea and this area can be damaged from over exposure to sunlight and UV radiation.When this happens, symptoms include pain as well as temporary loss of vision.

To prevent cornea sunburn, it’s important to protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays, all year round. No matter what the time of year it is, sunglasses are essential whenever you are outside.

What Causes Corneal Sunburn?

Corneal sunburn can happen in both the summer and winter. In mountain areas such

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3 Reasons Why You Need Sunglasses for Driving in Winter

Sunglasses may seem like the last thing you think about in the winter months, but as research has shown time and time again, that UVA and UVB protection for our eyes is just as important in the colder season as it is in the summer. And in addition to protecting our eyes from sun damage, wearing sunglasses can help to make us better drivers, creating a safer environment for everyone on the roads.

Understandably, there has been much confusion about finding the right sunglasses for driving so the AA has sought advice from The Federation of Manufacturing Opticians. Their findings detail that the

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Snapchat Launches Sunglasses With Built In Camera

Snapchat is about to mix up the technological world, its goodbye to traditional glasses and hello to Snap Specs.

That’s right, Snapchat is about to turn Google Glass on its head with their latest social media experiment. You can find out more here.

What are Snap Specs?

With a launch date imminent Snap’s Spectacles are going to sweep the social messaging boards like never before. The messaging app company have broadened their techie horizons and embarked into the gadget arena.

Featuring sunglasses that include a built in camera, Snap Specs might be the go to gizmo for those bright young things. So what is so

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