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         Blindness:     more books (102)
  1. Toward an Aesthetics of Blindness: An Interdisciplinary Response to Synge, Yeats, And Friel (New Studies in Aesthetics) by David Feeney, 2007-09
  3. Seeing in Special Ways: Children Living With Blindness (Don't Turn Away) by Marylee Knowlton, 1989-10
  4. Milton's blindness, (Columbia university studies in English and comparative literature) by Eleanor Gertrude Brown, 1934
  5. Color Blindness - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References
  6. If Blindness Strikes: Don't Strike Out : A Lively Look at Living With a Visual Impairment by Margaret M. Smith, 1984-03
  7. On Some Of Life's Ideals: On A Certain Blindness In Human Beings; What Makes A Life Significant by William James, 2007-07-25
  8. World of Ben Lighthart: Living with blindness by Jaap ter Haar, 1978-12-15
  9. Berthold Lowenfeld on Blindness and Blind People: Selected Papers by Berthold Lowenfeld, 1981-12
  10. Blindness in literature;: Examples of depictions and attitudes (AFB publications.Research series) by Jacob Twersky, 1955
  11. Mind Blindness by Judith Thompson Devlin, 2002-07-04
  12. International register of research on blindness and visual impairment by J. M Gill, 1978

101. Color Deficient Vision
Color blindness references for Web Designers. Cards and Charts simulating thewebsafe colors in color blindness. Explanation, instructions.

102. Envision
Flash presentation on the research at the Duke University Eye Center to eliminate blindness.
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103. International Agency For Prevention Of Blindness
Find information about the IAPB, about its vision, events and a newsletter.
Introduction There are an estimated 37 million blind people and 1.4 million blind children in the world
Revised and ratified at the Seventh General Assembly in Dubai, Spetemebr 2004. IAPB Board Elected during the Seventh General Assembly in Dubai, U.A.E., September 2004.
Milestones VISION 2020 Newsletter ... Membership You can support VISION 2020 by becoming a member of IAPB and joining hands in our efforts.
IAPB brings out its Quarterly Newletter Events VISION 2020 Calendar of Events for the year 2004.

104. Hysterical Blindness (2002) (TV)
Hysterical blindness Cast, Crew, Reviews, Plot Summary, Comments, Discussion,Taglines, Trailers, Posters, Photos, Showtimes, Link to Official Site,
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Tagline: In the 80's, they said love was a battlefield...they were right. Plot Outline: Two friends lament their unhappy single lives while searching for Mr. Right in 1980s New Jersey.

105. Color Blindness Information - Including A Color Blindness Test
Presents symptoms, causes, types, and tests. Includes a form for questioning an optometrist.
Color Blindness
What is Color Blindness?
Color Blindness, or Color Vision Deficiency, is an eye condition where a person is not able to distinguish certain colors or shades of colors to some degree. Color Blindness does not mean that a person can only see black and white. A person with color blindness is able to see different colors, however they are not able to see some colors due to deficiencies in the eyes. Color blindness is a hereditary condition but can also be caused by eye diseases, damage to the retina and macula, and aging or when the lens is darkened over time from a cataract. Although there is no absolute treatment for hereditary color blindness, there are methods, techniques, and special glasses that may help people with color blindness differentiate different colors but not truly see them. If you have extreme trouble distinguishing the numbers in one of the pictures below or are not able to see them at all, than you may have some degree of color blindness.
What causes Color Blindness?
The retina contains rods and cones that help us to see objects in different colors and varying degrees of brightness. The cones are photoreceptors that allow us to distinguish between many colors and different shades of these colors as well. The cones contain light sensitive pigments that are particular to range of range of wavelengths. There are three different types of cones with one sensitive to

106. Hysterical Blindness (2002) (TV)
Motion Induced blindnessMotion Induced blindness. Yoram Bonneh, Alexander Cooperman and Dov Sagi Motion Induced blindness (MIB) is a phenomenon of visual disappearance in

107. Foundation Fighting Blindness Kid's Corner
Learn about blindness and vision problems. Read answers to kids' questions, share pet photos, play games, and color pages. Coloring pages require free Adobe download.
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108. HBO Films
Hysterical blindness. Hysterical blindness. Intro Synopsis Cast and Credits.Uma Thurman, Gena Rowlands and Juliette Lewis star in an intimate,

Lackawanna Blues DVD

Based on the award winning play by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, this poignant and colorful drama tells the inspirational story of a courageous woman, Nanny, whose spirit and strength served as the foundation for a struggling community trying to survive during the segregation era.
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Uma Thurman, Gena Rowlands and Juliette Lewis star in an intimate, character-driven drama that follows three working-class women - two best friends in their late 20s, and one older woman who's the mother of one of the two friends - as they attempt to build relationships and find meaning in their lives within the cultural boundaries of 1980s Bayonne, New Jersey. HBO INFO JOBS AT HBO CONTACT US TAKE CONTROL ... REGISTER/SIGN IN
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109. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Onchocerciasis / River Blindness
Factsheet and press releases concerning the disease.
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110. Information About Vision Loss And Blindness
The Eye Information About Vision Loss and blindness Low Vision and blindnessRelated Products Adaptations Around The Home
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Information About Vision Loss and Blindness
The Eye and its Parts 12 Signs of Vision Loss Myths About Vision Loss Eye Conditions and Disorders Education and Training - Rehabilitation ... E - Mail Me
The eye and a camera have a lot in common. They both have compound lenses. To focus a camera you move the lens backward or forward. The eye is focused by the ciliary muscle witch stretches the lens, changing its shape. The iris, just like the aperture in a camera, controls the amount of light that enters the eye. The aperture in a camera protects the film from over exposure. The iris in the eye protects the sensitive retina from light damage. The retina is like the film in a camera, covering the back of the eye. It contains millions of photoreceptor cells. These cells convert light rays into electrical signals that are sent to the brain through the optic nerve. The signals from both eyes are combined and converted into sight by the brain. (Next) for a more detailed look at the eye and descriptions of its various parts.
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111. Sight Savers: What We Do
UK's leading charity working to prevent and cure blindness in developing countries and bring hope to people who will never see again.

112. How YOU Can Give The Gift Of Sight
Have a family fun night while raising money for Prevent blindness Indiana!Open your heart and eyes to the best kept secret in Indiana .Learn more
Resources Donate Events Programs ... Free Screenings Thank you to our 2005 Light the Night for Sight sponsors and participants. We had a very successful event! Shop the exclusive " Evening of Giving ". Get your tickets now. This fabulous event gives you one-night only discounts and give-aways and raises money for PBI at the same time!! Open your heart and eyes to the best kept secret in Indiana.... Learn more New!!!- Fast and Secure!! Read success stories or mail us your own! Do you have an extra vehicle or are you ready to buy? Donate your vehicle... we arrange everything and you get a tax break! Read more... Do you want a very rewarding volunteer opportunity? Check our training schedule to see when YOU could become a certified vision screener and help save sight. How does your vision compare? View images through the eyes of someone with common eye diseases. Thank you to all who entered Most Beautiful Eyes 2005. Congratulations to the winners posted on the left.

113. PC Squared: National Discount Distributor For Low Vision Software And Assistive
Distributor of low vision and blindness products, including speech software.
P ersonal C omputer Products for the Visually P hysically C hallenged
PC SQUARED NEVER @ RETAIL Home Products About Contact Welcome to the other PC Squared The mission of PC Squared, founded in 1990 as Circuit Rider Connection, is to provide you with the highest quality adaptive computer products at the lowest possible prices.
Our goal is to be the National Discount Distributor for: ZoomText, JAWBone, RollerMouse, J-Say, TripleTalk, etc.
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Purchase Orders are welcomed from Government, Call or E-mail for Net Terms or personal check approval. We also accept cash or PayPal. PC Squared 2914 Russell Ave N Minneapolis MN 55411-1068 Phone (612) 588-7019, (888) 588-7019, FAX (612) 588-6700 E-mail: Site design by the BT Crew-ser

114. HOME
Supports low vision research and rehabilitation to minimize the disabilities caused by low vision and blindness. Objectives met through partnership with low vision clinic at the Wilmer Eye Institute.
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Office: 410-955-1883 Fax: 410-955-1883
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In 1988, the Multiple District 22 Lions (Delaware, Maryland, and the District of Columbia) established the Multiple District 22 Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) for the sole purpose of supporting research at the Wilmer Eye Institute. The LVRF is a private, nonprofit foundation that secures and manages its own funds. It is governed by a 23-member Board of Trustees elected from the Multiple District 22 Lions membership, plus three Wilmer faculty. The Board oversees the Foundation's activities and finances, and informs Lions throughout the Multiple District of advances in research and patient care at Wilmer.
Our Mission
The primary purpose of the Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) is to support low vision research and rehabilitation to minimize the disabilities caused by low vision and blindness. The objectives of the LVRF are being met through its partnership with the Lions Vision Research and Rehabilitation Center (LVC), at the Wilmer Eye Institute of The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, Maryland. Purchase the LVRF Ornament Swing For Sight Golf Tournament 2005 Ride To See
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115. ABC News: FDA Looking Into Blindness-Viagra Link
FDA Examining Rare Reports of blindness Among Some Men Using the Impotence The FDA has 42 reports of the blindness, 38 among users of Viagra and four

116. The Blind Readers' Page
A source of information about books and reading, blindness and other disabilities and library services for the blind and physically handicapped.
This site is a guide to sources of information in alternative formats (braille, recorded cassettes, large print, e-texts, web audio) accessible by people with print disabilitiesthose with visual and physical handicaps as well as dyslexia. It is also a guide to information about blindness, visual handicaps and other physical handicaps, with a special collection of Wisconsin resources. There are about 2,300 individual links, all evaluated, annotated and organized by subject.

117. Blindness - Mesa Veterinary Hospital
blindness. General Information Because we, as people, place such great value on Pets generally adapt well to blindness and remain happy, especially in a

Client Forms Careers Search
Mesa Veterinary Hospital is pleased to announce the arrival of Associate Veterinarian Dr. Michelle Moeller . Dr. Moeller comes to Mesa after completing a year-long internship at Animal Referral and Emergency Center of Arizona, where she focused on small animal medicine and surgery. WE HAVE A WINNER!
The winner of our Senior Pet Challenge contest is Lesilie Peterson of Chandler, Arizona. Lesilie owns a senior dog and cats. She'll receive 100 pounds of Hill's Science Diet Dog Food. The winner was selected from the correct entries received. Congratulations Lesilie!
General Information
Because we, as people, place such great value on eyesight, we are deeply concerned and saddened when we discover a pet is blind. In people, loss of vision brings a loss of a certain amount of independence. Pets, however, compensate very well and are free of the psychic trauma we associate with blindness. Their senses of smell, hearing and touch allow them to perceive their surroundings much better than a blind person. Cats and dogs do not drive automobiles, read novels, watch movies, or even care how their owners look. Pets are content merely to sense their master’s presence, and they do that with their other senses.

118. - New Eyeglasses Designed To Help People With Colorblindness - April 21,
Presents the views of an optometrist and ophthalmologist.
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April 21, 2000 Web posted at: 11:12 AM EDT (1512 GMT) By Jim Dawson (WebMD) When optometrist Frank Siciliano, O.D., first saw an advertisement for ColorMax eyeglass lenses, he took more than a professional interest. Siciliano, who runs the Belmont Eye Clinic in Youngstown, Ohio, is colorblind himself and knows the frustration of not being able to see the world in full, brilliant color.

119. Global Partnership To Eliminate Riverblindness
Features disease information, contacts, programs, and history of the disease.
Contact Us Help/FAQ Index Search ... Topics Search More Options Home Sub-saharan Africa Regional Initiatives Global Partnership to Eliminate Riverblindness Defeating Onchocerciasis (Riverblindness) in Africa Global Partnerships and Programs Riverblindness Coordination Unit Resources ... Related Links Site Tools Contact Us Global Partnership to Eliminate Riverblindness Riverblindness-an historic scourge affecting most of sub-Saharan Africa-has been successfully attacked by a large international partnership over the last 30 years. The partnership has defeated the disease in large parts of West Africa and is making rapid progress in the remaining endemic countries in West, Central, and Eastern Africa. Before control programs began, tens of millions were infected and hundreds of thousands suffered from the worst symptom: total blindness. In total, 30 countries are infested, ranging from Senegal across to Ethiopia in the north and as far south as Angola and Malawi. With the program's success in West Africa, productive labor has increased; 600,000 cases of blindness have been prevented, and 25 million hectares of formerly evacuated arable lands have been made safe for settlement and agriculture.These lands have the potential to feed an additional 17 million

120. Blindness: Learning In New Dimensions (BLIND Inc.)
We utilize the positive view of blindness of the National Federation of the Blind.We work from the premise that blindness doesn t have to be a tragedy.
We are changing what it means to be blind. Programs Capital Campaign Employment Emphasis Audio Brochure ... Contact Us BLIND, Incorporated is an adjustment to blindness training center. We teach the skills that blind people need to become independent and employable such as braille, home management, the use of the white cane, and computers with screen reading software, etc. But just as importantly, we instill in our students the confidence to put these skills into practice. We utilize the positive view of blindness of the National Federation of the Blind . We work from the premise that blindness doesn't have to be a tragedy. We know that, if given training and opportunity, blind people can live full and productive lives.
BLIND, Incorporated offers training for adults, children, teenagers, and seniors.
  • The Comprehensive Program is geared toward adults who want to gain the skills and confidence they need to either continue in their present line of work, continue their education, or begin a new career. Life 101 allows teenagers to learn the skills they need to keep up with their peers and prepares them to attend college or join the workforce. The Buddy Program teaches children ages 9 to 13 that being blind is OK and they can have as much fun as anybody else.

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