When you have too much protein built-up in your lenses, cataracts can occur and cause your vision to be cloudy. The light that once easily went through your lenses isn't able to pass through naturally any longer. Because of a new lens forming on the outer part of your lens, all of the older cells end up being compacted and a cataract forms. Since there are different types of cataracts, you never know what might cause you to suffer from the condition until it happens. [Read More]
Headaches, Nausea And Hairloss: Do You Have Allergies?
There are many obvious signs when someone has allergies, but there are some less noticeable symptoms you want to be aware of that indicate allergic irritation. You could be having side effects, but aren't sure what the cause is, when you are suffering from allergies. An allergist like one from Allergy Partners of Raleigh is a medical professional that specializes in the treatment of allergies, and they can help you find the culprit causing your health concerns. [Read More]
"Why Is Your Baby Blue?" Complicated Questions Easily Handled With Proper Cardiology Care
Tetralogy of Fallot is a rare disorder of the heart. The disease is difficult to explain, but it can be even more difficult to explain why your child looks blue. As a parent, you may find that you have to answer several difficult questions about your child when strangers notice something is not right. You may even have to defend yourself against accusations that you abuse your child. Read the following for suggestions on how to handle these situations and answer difficult questions. [Read More]
The New Coworker On The Assembly Line
For nearly a century, people have been fascinated by the concept of the mechanical man, or the robot. While the state of technology is still far from the science fiction version of a truly autonomous robot, automated workers are now an integral part of many manufacturing processes. The first assembly line robot was installed in 1961 in an automobile manufacturing plant in New Jersey. However, today's robots represent several quantum leaps from that first robotic arm, and the latest manifestation are robots developed to work alongside humans on assembly lines. [Read More]