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Eyes and Vision
Objective 1.5 Explains methods of protecting eyes and vision.
Bill Nye The Science Guy http://youtu.be/cFVbLnXWn6A. http://youtu.be/cFVbLnXWn6A
FOLD YOUR PAPER IN HALF Risks to EyesightProtection of Vision
Risks to Eyesight Diabetes Operating machinery Exposure to the sun Water sports Skiing
Risks to Eyesight (continued) Outdoor activities Power equipment Secondhand smoke Over exposure to monitors, TV
Risks to Eyesight (continued) Looking at photocopier lights Computer gaming Environmental mold Allergies
Protection of Vision Low-sugar diet Exercise Safety goggles Sunglasses that protect against UV radiation Wear a hat, wide brim
Protection of Vision (continued) Ski goggles Swimming goggles Eye exercises; look up down, side to side, and all around Eating vegetables Getting adequate sleep
Protection of Vision (continued) Vitamin A Taking breaks from computer Keeping fingers out of one’s eyes to prevent infection Washing hands regularly
Protection of Vision (continued) Eye drops for dry eyes Regular eye check- ups Good posture Computer screen at eye level Clean environment
Assignment Using the Article: http://kidshealth.org/kid/cancer_center/HTB W/eyes.html# http://kidshealth.org/kid/cancer_center/HTB W/eyes.html# Take the quiz: – On Edmodo
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Lions Clubs International Foundation and Women’s Eye Health.org Good Habits for Healthy Eyes: Protect Your Child’s Vision for Life.
Sun Smart. Cause of skin cancer Main cause of skin cancer is over-exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays UV rays * Invisible * Most intense at middle.
Practice Sun Safety Daily
SunWiseSunWise JA K-2 1 SunWise a program that radiates good ideas U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Personal Care Concept Mapping Activity 11-1
Vision and occupational health and safety. Looking after your eyes at work Visual comfort Eye protection.
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Snow Blindness. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UVR) from the sun can lead to a “sunburn” of the cornea (clear surface of the eye). The intensity of.
This grey area will not appear in your presentation. Preventing Cancer: Live well *Be aware* Get involved Presentation prepared by: Canadian Cancer Society,
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+ Caring for Your Eyes By: Irah P To Keep Your Eyes Healthy… Main Point: It is important to protect your eyes from damage and to have regular eye.
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Healthy Vision in the Workplace Produced by the American Optometric Association.
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Your Eyes & Ears; and the benefits of sleep
Science Lab Safety Equipment and Procedures
The Eye and Common Eye Problems. Anatomy of the Eye Iris and Pupil.
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FORENSICS LAB. Do now Word of the day sentence Prelab- Read the background Write 1.Objective 2.Materials 3.Precautions Questions.
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