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Dr. Ming Wang Answers Eclipse Safety Questions

Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT, (MD, magna cum laude), PhD (laser physics), answers some questions about how to view the Aug 21 solar eclipse safely. He warns against, among other things, the following: -viewing the eclipse through a cell phone If looking at the sun of the eclipse before full totality, extreme eye damage can…

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Can You Photograph or Video the Solar Eclipse With Your Smartphone?

This is the FIRST time, that a major solar eclipse lands in U.S. when we have such a wide spread use of cell phones. Hence, there is now an UNPRECEDENTED risk, perhaps the FIRST time in human history, that potentially significant (and untreatable!) solar eye injuries can occur in a LARGE number of people, due…

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How to Teach Your Family to Safely View the Eclipse

from safety.com To get a safe view of the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, you’ll need to protect your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. To do this, the American Astronomical Society (AAS) advocates the use of eclipse glasses for people of all ages. Eclipse glasses are specifically designed to block the sun’s…

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Q&A With Dr. Ming Wang on Solar Eclipse Safety

Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD (laser physics), answers important questions about how to safely view the solar eclipse: Can I use my cell phone, to take a photo or a video, of the eclipse, or can I use a telescope? Yes, but only if you do it in the…

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Dr. Ming Wang Hosts Solar Eclipse Education Seminar

Dr. Ming Wang will host a solar eclipse education seminar Thursday, Aug 17th in Nashville at 6:30pm. At the seminar, you will learn how to view the solar eclipse safely and prevent eye injuries. Every attendee will receive a FREE pair of solar eclipse glasses that meets the international safety standard. Click here to sign up…

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Dr. Ming Wang Competes in Vol State Dance Challenge

Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD); PhD (laser physics), a world-renowned cataract and LASIK eye surgeon, and one of the top pro-am ballroom dancers in the U.S, will compete in the Vol State Dance Challenge, Fri July 28th at Vanderbilt Lowes in Nashville, TN! Learn more about the Vol State Dance Challenger here: http://www.volstdancechallenge.com/. The most unique…

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5 FAQ’s Regarding LASIK

If you’ve considered LASIK eye surgery before, but have some questions, these frequently asked questions (and answers) are very helpful. 1. Does LASIK Hurt? Before the LASIK procedure begins, your eye is made numb by drops. While you may feel a pressure sensation as the corneal flap is being made, actual pain is rare. Any…

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After LASIK Surgery, Young Woman Burst Into Tears

Alyce went to many doctors her entire life, and was told repeatedly that her eyesight was too bad, and there is no way ever that it can be fixed. She has suffered so many letdowns and disappointments. But she did not give up, she continued searching for a doctor who one day could fix it.…

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DR WANG ENJOYS MEETING NICK AND NINA CLOONEY

Photos: Dr. Ming Wang Speaks with TN Political Leaders, Visits Georgia & More

Dr. Ming Wang is known for his inspirational talks around town. See photos from recent Dr. Ming Wang events in Middle Tennessee as well as Georgia. Dr. Ming Wang addresses a combined worship service consisting of Mt. Juliet’s Green Hill Church and Grace Fellowship Ministries.   Dr. Ming Wang joins a panel of Tennessee political…

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