Archive | January, 2010

Sharon Kleyne Interviews a Famous Women’s Health Specialist about Health, Nutrition and Computers

28 Jan

Donnica L. Moore is a physician from Far Hills, New Jersey, NJ, a radio talk show host and head of the Sapphire Women’s Health Group. She is a specialist in woman’s health. She was interviewed in the Sharon Kleyne Hour radio talk show (www.voiceamerica.com) on November, 2, 2009. Continue reading

Sharon Kleyne Interviews a Chiropractor about Laser Phototherapy for Computer Users

21 Jan

Dr. Lee Cowan, a Chiropractic Physician from Portland, OR, was interviewed on the Sharon Kleyne Hour radio talk show (www.worldtalkradio.com) on July 28, 2008 Continue reading

Sharon Kleyne Interviews a Chiropractor about Good Computer Habits – Part 2

19 Jan

Dennis Buckley is a Chiropractic Physician in Pasadena, California, who had appeared on the Sharon Kleyne Hour several times. Here is an excerpt from his appearance of December 1, 2008. Continue reading

Sharon Kleyne Interviews a Chiropractor about Good Computer Habits

19 Jan

Dennis Buckley is a Chiropractic Physician in Pasadena, California, who had appeared on the Sharon Kleyne Hour several times. Here is an excerpt from his appearance of October 22, 2007. Continue reading

Sharon Kleyne Interviews a Pediatrician about Childhood Computer Use

13 Jan

Dana Hargunami, MD, is a Pediatrician at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon. Her specialty is childhood injuries. Here is an excerpt from her interview on The Sharon Kleyne Hour syndicated talk radio show on August 27, 2007 (www.modavox.worldtalkradio.com). Continue reading

Sharon Kleyne Interviews a Stress Expert about Computer Use

8 Jan

Dr. Jon Nelson is a Neurologist in Portland, Oregon, with special interests in water and in stress reduction. He was interviewed on The Sharon Kleyne Hour syndicated talk radio show on April 23, 2007 (www.modavox.worldtalkradio.com). Following is an excerpt. Continue reading

Sharon Kleyne Interviews ORBIS International about Vision Care for Children

7 Jan

ORBIS International is a medical group dedicated to providing vision screening and vision care to children in developing nations. Gene Helveston, MD, of Indiana University and an ORBIS official, was interviewed on The Sharon Kleyne Hour syndicated talk radio show on February 11, 2008 (www.modavox.worldtalkradio.com). Following is an excerpt. Continue reading

Tired Eyes and Eye Make-Up

5 Jan

Sooner or later, people who wear cosmetic eye make-up such as mascara and eye liner realize that these applications can sometimes make eyes feel dry, tired and uncomfortable, especially in situations that are stressful to eyes such as staying up late, spending long hours at a computer, or attending gatherings where there is drinking and smoking.

A common method of relieving the discomfort of tired and strained eyes is to apply chemically formulated eye drops. However, research confirms what most make-up wearers already know, that applying eye drops while wearing make-up could be counter-productive, not to mention messy.

Here’s why:

  • When you apply eye drops, some of the drop formulation often ends up on the eyelid.
  • If there is make-up on the eyelid, the drops could dissolve the make-up and mix with it.
  • The mixture of eye drop and make-up could then flow back into the eyes, causing additional irritation and redness.
  • This process is called “backflow” and it occurs fairly often.

Even if you don’t use eye drops while wearing make-up, cosmetics often cause eyes to feel less than fresh. That ‘s because leaving eyeliner and mascara on lids and lashes for too long can dehydrate (dry out) the eyelid skin which, in turn, can dry out the all-important tear film resulting in irritation, redness and dry eye symptoms.

Applying an all-natural, pure water moisturizer in the form of a fine mist can help prevent make-up from drying out your eyelid skin and causing discomfort.

Sharon Kleyne Interviews an Expert in Vision Care and Chinese Medicine

4 Jan

Marc Grossman, DO, is an optometrist in New Paltz, New York, and a strong advocate of the use of Chinese medicine in vision care.  The following summary was taken from his interview on The Sharon Kleyne Hour syndicated talk radio show, December 7, 2009 (www.modavox.worldtalkradio.com). Continue reading