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Attitudes toward integration of complementary and alternative medicine with hospital-based care.
Lower income and high self-perceived health were associated with negative attitude toward use of holistic therapies in hospital; therapies would be more acceptable if there were clear evidence of their efficacy.
The ocular and visual characteristics of an athletic population.
Analysis of the data showed that athletes competing at high levels of competition do have visual problems, and implies that the athletic populations at all levels are in need of eye care services.
What the literature says about sports vision.
There is as yet a paucity of research to support the hypothesis that the visual skills of athletes can be enhanced by visual training and that enhanced visual skills will result in improved athletic performance.
Sports vision testing of selected athletic participants in the 1997 and 1998 AAU Junior Olympic Games.
The results of this study imply that athletic populations at all levels are in need of eye care services and the norms derived from this investigation act as a standard for the evaluation of vision performance using the AOA Sports Vision Testing Battery.
Energy as it Relates to the Quality and Style of Life
This paper is organized around three tasks: (a) to review the literature on the long- and short-term relationships between energy and the quality of life as measured by commonly used indicators such
Effects of changes in lighting level on performance with the AcuVision 1000.
The effect lighting can have on performance is emphasized, and the need to properly control environmental factors through well-defined testing protocols for the use of the AcuVision 1000 is illustrated.
Vision profile of the athletes of the 1995 Special Olympics World Summer Games.
The results of the study indicate that Special Olympians have a high prevalence of vision anomalies that may go undetected and there is a need to increase the availability of vision care to these and other people with mental retardation.
Testing safety eyewear: how frame and lens design affect lens retention.
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to determine the role that frame and lens design play in lens retention during high-impact testing of safety eyewear that advertises conformance to the
Clinical implications of the erroneous use of the Verhoeff Stereopter: a case report.
Although this instrument is not popular among vision care practitioners, it is being utilized by various organizations and an understanding of the theoretical basis for the instrument would therefore be beneficial.