ASTRO BOB Tonight's Full Wolf Moon makes for happy howlers
Tonight Jan. 26 the Full Wolf Moon will crest the horizon around sunset and appear high in the southern sky in the constellation Cancer around midnight. If you want to know exactly when the moon wil... Posted on 1/26/13 at 12:12 PM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER Importance of Eye Exams
Have you scheduled your child's comprehensiveeye exam yet? Even from a young age, getting your child into check their eyesis very important!The American Optometric Association says,"Early diagnosis ... Posted on 9/15/12 at 7:41 PM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS Exceptional UND Showcase is Monday
President Robert Kelley invites the University community and the public to the inaugural Exceptional UND Showcase, to be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday, April 30, on the second floor of the Memor... Posted on 4/24/12 at 2:49 PM
THE NEW FORTY Someone is clearly psychic...
Last year when the 2011-2012 school calendar for West Fargo School Districtwas createda mid-winter break was scheduled for this week. I must admit that when I first saw the timing of the week - two we... Posted on 2/27/12 at 8:26 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II faith fridays: begging for a broken heart
Without knowing the context, the utterance might have seemed something akin to codependency or self-abuse:
"Father, break my heart for the things that break yours."
Such was the prayer suggested ... Posted on 8/5/11 at 12:00 AM
As a real estate paralegal, Wayne Young spends most of his day reading — intensely. Since starting last year at The German Law Group in Grand Forks, he began experiencing eye strain, blurred vision and headaches. He sought help from Grand Forks optometrist David Bieberdorf.
When people think about optometry, they think about vision clarity and focus, said David Bieberdorf, Grand Forks optometrist, not necessarily the complex interaction that goes on between the eye and the brain.
“Most likely it is the light exposure that causes the reduced myopia progression during periods with longer days,” said lead author Dr. Dongmei Cui, an ophthalmologist at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China.
Fewer than 10 percent of the 1.3 million legally blind people in the United States read Braille, and just 10 percent of blind children are learning it, according to a report to be released today by the National Federation of the Blind. By comparison, at the height of its use in the 1950s, more than half the nation's blind children were learning Braille. Today Braille is considered by many to be too difficult, too outdated, a last resort.
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