Things to know about Femto-LASIK!

Femto LASIK: What to Expect, Recovery, and More

The eye-related issues can be bothersome, and after reaching a certain age, individuals can opt and become aware of techniques to improve their eyesight. To know the suitable option, one should visit the best eye specialist in Lahore.

What is Femto-LASIK?

Femto-LASIK is an eye surgery method employed for reshaping the cornea. The surgery aims to improve vision. The technique involves using a blade or laser to create a flap, and then the cornea is modified. The healing of the cornea takes place on its own, in days.

What is the main procedure for Femto-LASIK?

 The Femto-LASIK procedure involves:

  • The patient is given drops for numbing, so he doesn’t feel any pain during the process.
  • Femto-laser is used to cut a flap in the epithelium. It allows to move the flap and reshape other layers.
  • Next, the excimer laser is used to fix any minor issues related to the
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Translating What We Know into What We Do

Dr. Basen-Engquist’s research focuses on cancer survivors and high-risk individuals and investigates the role of health behavior interventions in improving physical functioning, optimizing quality of life, and reducing risk of cancer, cancer recurrence, and other chronic diseases. In addition, she studies intervention methods for behavior change with a focus on distance-based and mHealth interventions and factors related to implemention of behavioral interventions in clinical and community settings. She currently is the co-chair of LIVES, a national trial of a diet and physical activity intervention for ovarian cancer survivors and has been a multiple PI and a co-investigator on grants to study the use of wearable and home-based sensors in cancer prevention and survivorship research. Her research on the benefits of physical activity for cancer survivors has been translated into a community program to increase physical activity among minority and medically underserved cancer survivors in Houston, Beaumont, Tyler, and El Paso,

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Take on fatty liver disease with healthy eating | Feature Columnist

Keep your immune system strong by eating healthy, being physically active, getting enough sleep, managing your stress and please wear a face covering. Join the Brody medical students at September’s “Walk with a Doc” at Lake Laupus. This month’s guest speaker is Dr. Jason Higginson, executive dean of the Brody School of Medicine. He will make a few comments and lead the walk around the lake. All are welcome at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25.

Q My doctor says I have NAFLD. I don’t understand since I never drink alcohol. He told me to lose weight. Is there a special diet I should follow? — JL, Winterville.

A You received a diagnosis that confuses many people, but it is a condition you can do something about with lifestyle changes. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), like other chronic medical conditions linked to obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type 2 diabetes,

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Beach City Health District to vote on Healthy Living Campus EIR in Redondo Beach

A gathering place for residents of the program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly is proposed in phase one of the Healthy Living Campus master plan. Rendering courtesy of BCHD

by Kevin Cody

The Beach Cities Health District Board will vote on whether or not to certify the Healthy Living Campus environmental impact report at its Wednesday, September 8 meeting, to be held at 6 p.m. on Zoom. If the board certifies the EIR, the board will move on to reviewing the master plan for the 11 acre, $374 million, 254,700 square foot campus.

Over 300 people submitted comments about the nearly 1,000 page report. Almost all were in opposition to the project, including a 70 page petition with approximately 1,200 residents’ signatures.

Many of the comments echoed the complaint from Laura Zahn, an elder care worker. “Too tall, too big, too much construction noise, too much construction traffic, too

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