That was Juliet Stephenson performing in Blindness.
Your leader ended by sneering at the “blindness” of Brexiteers.
Certain drugs and chemicals can also cause acquired colour blindness.
As expected, it was effective in treating River Blindness, but Merck made no money from it.
Total blindness refers to a person who cannot perceive light whatsoever.
Taste blindness for carbamides is not correlated with insensitivity to other bitter stimuli.
None of the children with cortical blindness had developed schizophrenia, nor had they developed any other psychotic illness.
We only included children who were either born with blindness or who had developed blindness aged six or under.
The first eight therapists that I contacted over a period of a couple of months didn’t want to work with me because of my blindness.
They say that while 20% of the population will suffer from sight loss or blindness during their lifetime, it gets only 1% of national funding.
Before Marcelo Hernandez Castillo was a highly acclaimed poet, he was a five-year-old who endured temporary blindness amid his family's journey from Mexico to America.
Persons who inherit colour blindness may show symptoms at birth (congenital colour blindness), or they may become symptomatic later, in childhood or adulthood.
But we checked it out and it seems the chatter has a basis in fact – there is serious research taking place into the idea that congenital blindness and schizophrenia just don’t mix.
Some New Testament scholars believe, for example, that depictions of Jesus healing the blind are meant to be seen as curing spiritual blindness, not physical blindness.
Blindness, transient or permanent inability to see any light at all (total blindness) or to retain any useful vision despite attempts at vision enhancement (functional blindness).
For that reason it is not a straightforward matter for the advocates of any of these interpretations of the inattentional blindness and change blindness effects to rule out the alternative interpretations.
In autosomal dominant congenital stationary night blindness, affected individuals are born with poor vision in dim light but typically have normal daytime vision; night blindness usually does not worsen over time.
Today it is known, however, that only a very small number of cases of blindness result from accidents, and there is no evidence to support the idea that accidents would have been a major cause of blindness for those living in ancient Greece or Rome.
…blue-yellow colour blindness are known: tritanopia (blindness to blue, usually with the inability to distinguish between blue and yellow), which occurs when blue cones are absent; and tritanomaly (reduced sensitivity to blue), which arises from the abnormal function of blue cones.
Some of our listeners will be concerned, I think, that in making your case you’ve stressed the poor quality of life of visually impaired people, isn’t there a danger that in your understandable desire to draw attention to preventable blindness you’re using an argument which contributes to the great fear of blindness that many people have – you know, blindness means having a terrible life?
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Some of our listeners will be concerned I think that in making your case youve stressed the poor quality of life of visually impaired people isnt there a danger that in your understandable desire to draw attention to preventable blindness youre using an argument which contributes to the great fear of blindness that many people have – you know blindness means having a terrible life