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    Submitted by dave on Tue, 12/07/2010 - 3:03pm

    FitEyes favorite articlesI think the following list represents some of the most informative and useful articles on There are thousands of articles on, so many good ones will not be on this list. But this list is a good place to start reading if you are new to If you are not new to our site, please make sure you have seen these articles.

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    ImportantLeading Medical Specialists From Around the World Coalesce Around Self-Tonometry

    New! How thoughts and emotions affect eye pressure. WARNING: this post mentions ego!

    New! A user's experience monitoring his eye pressure at home

    New! Doing things slowly in a fast world (added 6-Dec-2010)

    Does eye pressure change every day?

    I am Loving Glaucoma

    Embrace Evolve Exceed To Overcome Glaucoma

    Glorious Illuminating Glaucoma

    The Comfort That Comes From Monitoring Your Eye Pressure

    How To Measure Your Eye Pressure At Home And Change the World Too!

    Recommended Reading - Book Club

    Mistake Of The Intellect

    We Have Chosen Glaucoma

    White Coat Syndrome for Eye Pressure

    Glaucoma, Inflammation and Oxidative Stress: An Attempt to Unify Recent News

    Best Glaucoma Doctors and Clinics In USA

    Stress Negatively Changes Brain Structure, Serene Impulse Positively Changes It

    Non-medical Program to Reduce Intraocular Pressure

    A Recipe To Reverse My Glaucoma

    Best Foods For Your Eyes

    DNA Is Not Destiny

    Revolutionize Your Glaucoma Management

    The Different Ways To Perform Home Eye Pressure Monitoring

    Stress and Eye Pressure - Solving The Equation

    Buy A Tonometer Through

    What Is The Best We Can Hope For?

    Home Eye Pressure Monitoring Recommended

    Beyond Ego to Awakening - Reading List

    The Fundamental Cause of Elevated Eye Pressure

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