Why are lazy Susans called lazy Susans?

Answer 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 »

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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 »

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 Get Rid of Lazy Eye?

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)sight can be improved or restored if diagnosed and treated early. Any eye problems should be checked out by an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist.

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 »