OCULAR SURFACE DISEASE HANDOUT Chronic Eyelid Disease – Blepharitis – Dry Eye Syndrome Treatment Plans: _____1.) Drink more water. Goal of 8 – 8 oz glasses a day. More if using caffeine. _____2.) Ocusoft lid wash. Apply a hot, moist wash cloth to eyes for 30 sec. Press on the eyelids to express the glands on both upper and lower lids. Use the cleaning pad by swiping the lids ab
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Why does competence in basic calculation matter? Why do primary children differ in it? Richard Cowan1, Chris Donlan2, Donna-Lynn Shepherd1, Rachel Cole-Fletcher1 1Institute of Education University of London, London, United Kingdom, 2University College London, London,United Kingdom Differences between children in mathematicalprogress in primary school have long beenacknowledged to be conside