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Justin Bazan, OD
Dr. Justin Bazan is the owner of Park Slope Eye in Brooklyn, NY. He serves as a spokesperson to the Vision Council and is on their advisory board the Better Vision Institute. He is a member of the New York State Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association, the Optometric Nutrition Society, American Academy of Orthokeratology & Myopia Control, the Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society, and the Ocular Surface Society of Optometry. He received a BS in biology from Trinity University and his doctorate of optometry from the SUNY State College of Optometry. Contact him at [email protected]
Apps for mind, body, and soul
Mind, body, and soul need to be regularly fed in order to feel like a complete person. Most of us now live and die by our phones, so you can take care of all of your needs with your device. Here are my recommendations to feed your mind, body, and soul.
How to handle a bad online review
“You are the worst Yelper ever!” Have you ever wanted to reply to a user review with those words? I’m sure you have. Well, I do, and it feels great! It often is the most helpful and appropriate response you could make.
New device aids early AMD diagnosis
SECO International has a nearly 100-year history of providing optometric meetings of the highest caliber. SECO 2014 was no different. Lectures by our most esteemed colleagues were plentiful, and the knowledge base which was available to attendees was impactful. The exhibit hall provided the opportunity to demo many of the new technologies mentioned in the lectures. One such piece of equipment was AdaptDx by MacuLogix.
How smart are your glasses?
Wearable technology was the highlight of the recent 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). I saw an increasing variety of fitness trackers, smart watches, and even smart glasses. Vuzix, GlassUp, and Epson had their latest models of smart glasses on display.
CES left me feeling blue
It was me and over 150,000 other tech enthusiasts, gawking over all things electronic. The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was impressive on scale and new technology. It was never more apparent how tightly electronic devices (EDs) have woven themselves into the modern fabric of our lives. In fact, the buzz tech of CES was tech “wearables.” Think Google Glass, fitness monitors, and smart watches that we wear on the body or on our clothes.
Digital contact lens information
Going digital for your contact lens data (availability, parameters, pricing, etc.) can save time and gain you even better information than staying with paper.
So long Web site, hello social media
Justin Bazan, OD, tells why he abandoned his practice Web site in favor of social media. According to Dr. Bazan, social media outshines Web sites and adds features that Web sites could never incorporate as effectively.
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