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Issue: 29, Chaitra 2068 (March-April 2012) A monthly optometric wall magazine Thought of the month Beauty lies in the eyes of beholder


Mr.Gauri Shankar Shrestha Mr. Sanjeeb Mishra Dr. Sanjeev Bhattrai Mr.Prakash Adhikari Mr. NirajDev Joshi

It is almost 5-months since we pinned our magazine. We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience and not being able to keep pace with the time. Lots of things have changed and is still changing. We bid adieu 2068/2011 and welcomed 2069/2012 whole-heartedly. Examinations in the winter. Celebration of festive of color i.e. Holi in the month of Falgun. Lots of surgical, non-surgical & one-day health camps. All of it snuck in a swift manner. With another fresh year in its way, we are gearing up for publication of 8 issue of our annual optometry journal THE SIGHT. We are jamming to celebrate our annual activities OPTO-QUIZ & OPTO- SPORTS.

Sudarshan Khanal

Sudarshan Khanal

Published by
Nepal Optometry Students Society (NOSS) Institute of Medicine BPKLCOS P.O.Box: 8750 Mail:nossnepal@gmail. com
URL:www.optometrynep al.org.np

We have witnessed political changes too. With the integration of Maoists combatants into Nepal army in the second half of Chaitra, we are in hopeful and promising situation that our new constitution will be promulgated on 14th of Jestha. Let us hope for the appointment of new dean of IOM . Finally, we have been providing a platform to all the students of IOM to express themselves through our magazine. So, we are hoping for your articles and expressions. Any comments and critics are welcomed. Wish you all a brand Happy New Year 2069. May the year 2069 brings in new opportunities, success and happiness in your life. Above all, peace and new constitution of Nepal.

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2069!!!!!!!!!!


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Junu Shrestha , 14th Batch B.Optom The Riddles


How did Mark legally marry three women in Michigan, without divorcing

any of them, becoming legally separated, or any of them dying? 2. Mom and Dad have four daughters, and each daughter has one brother. How many people are in the family? Short Hard Riddles 3. What English word retains the same pronunciation, even after you take away four of its five letters? 4. If I say "Everything I tell you is a lie," am I telling you the truth or a lie? 5. What work can a painter never quite finish?

Answers in the next issue.Send your answers at nossnepal2001@gmail.com. Winner will get a gift hamper and will be chosen through lucky draw. So send in your answers within 15th of jestha 2069!!!

Infants are not born with complete vision. As babies grow, good vision is developed through a learned process of looking, touching, and exploring. Parents can play an important role in helping to ensure that their baby learns to see well. Eye Examinations for Babies Your baby should have his or her first visual exam at 6 months of age or sooner if a problem is evident. If you notice your baby's eyes turning outward or inward (lasting more than a few seconds) or any other signs of eye problems, take your child to an optometrist or an ophthalmologist who is experienced in comprehensive exams for infants. How to Help Your Baby's Visual Development 1 month - Hold and feed your infant from alternating sides to promote adequate visual development of both eyes. Place your baby in his or her crib from different directions. Also, periodically change the location of the crib so the infant can see the world from different viewpoints. Hang a mobile off to the side so your baby can see it through the slats of the crib. Change the position of the mobile every other day.

2 months - Allow your baby to explore with his or her hands. Provide stimuli of many different textures, sizes, weights, and forms. Place a lightweight rattle in your baby's hands and help him or her shake it. 4 months - Allow your baby to help hold the nursing bottle, and provide clean, smooth objects that can be explored with mouth and hands. Start to play the "patty cake" game. 6 months - Play "peek-a-boo" to develop visual memory. Move the crib mobile closer to your baby so it can be reached and hit to make it move. Tie bells on booties so the infant can learn about his or her body through sound and movement. Take your baby in for his or her first vision examination. 8 months - Talk to your baby frequently so he or she can associate experiences with words. Place objects on a highchair tray that can be pushed off and dropped to the floor. 10-12 months - Do not rush your baby into walking. Creeping on all fours is very important for developing coordination of the body, as well as the two eyes.




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