How do you fix a lazy eye?

Answer Actually it can be fixed, and in most cases without surgery. A lazy eye is the result of weak muscles in one eye that allow it to drift inward. The best way to strengthen the muscles in that eye, i... Read More »

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Why are lazy Susans called lazy Susans?

A lazy Susan's rather mundane function as a revolving serving tray belies the mystery behind its name. Theories abound, but "Word Detective" columnist Evan Morris speculates that "lazy Susan'' may ... Read More »

Lazy eye?

If an eye doctoer told you it would always be a little weaker, what answers are you looking for from us?His is as professional an opinion as you are going to get. I got a lazy eye too. For last 21 ... Read More »

How to Be Lazy?

Being lazy gets such a bad rap. But have you ever stopped to really work out why? Is it perhaps because all those over-stressed workaholics think the world will fall apart if they take a one-minute... Read More »

Lazy Eye?

Lazy eye is called amblyopia. Eye patching is used to treat the condition in young children. Unfortunately, after the age of about 7 or 8 years, eye patching and other methods do not help amblyop... Read More »