Thursday, August 02, 2007

Eyestrain--An Occupational Hazard For Law Students

Do you find yourself suffering from casebook-induced eyestrain, or other visual maladies? All About Vision is a useful one-stop Web site for informative and reliable articles that discuss nearly anything you'd care to know about the human eye, its care, and its various malfunctions.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

1 comment:

reading glasses said...

I know few law students who spend fewer than 20 hours per week reading, briefing, and consulting casebooks during class. Those 20 hours, multiplied by three years of law school, turn into more than 1500 hours of bent-neck reading. That’s equivalent to two months of 24-7 reading. No wonder that students who read while sitting with poor posture often end up seeking medical attention for eyestrain.