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Crossing your eyes

Submitted by cchellman on Sat, 04/04/2020 - 11:02

Many of you have probably heard not to cross your eyes or they will stay that way. However is this true? In short, the answer is no. The reason why crossing your eyes for long periods of time won’t affect how your eyes look afterward, is because our eye muscles are meant to move in all directions. Thus crossing your eyes won’t force them to stay that way as the muscles in your eyes will retract back to their normal state.

Natural Eye Deterioration

Submitted by jamieganem on Wed, 03/25/2020 - 14:06


We are always using our eyes and it is one of the main ways we are able to interact with the physical world around us. But what happens to our eyes as we age? Our eyes, just like our body, deteriorate naturally as we get older and this blog post will explain what you can expect to see when that occurs. 

Eye Dominance

Submitted by jamieganem on Wed, 02/26/2020 - 20:00

What is it that people mean when they say that one eye is “dominant” compared to the other eye? Actually, the concept is pretty similar to how we have a dominant hand that we use for writing. As we dive further into this topic, there is actually a lot of interesting physiology behind it!

Glow-In-The-Dark Eye Craft!

Submitted by jamieganem on Wed, 02/19/2020 - 15:04


Here is a step-by-step explanation of how to make some fun glow-in-the-dark eyes!

Step 1: Gather an old toilet paper roll

Step 2: Paint the roll any color you wish!

Step 3: Cut out different eye shapes on one side of the roll. Get creative and try to come up with some unique ways to draw eyes!

Step 4: Crack a glow stick to activate it and place the glow stick on the inside of the toilet paper roll

Step 5: Tape the glow stick in place 

Step 6: Admire your new glow-in-the-dark eyes!