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A Common Eye Drop Preservative Could Cause Serious Diseases

Ophthalmologists are concerned about a new American study that suggests a common preservative in eye drops could increase a person's risk for serious diseases.

Researchers at the University of California, Davis, examined chemical compounds known as... Read more


Be Careful with Halloween Contacts

Halloween is a time of great fun and make believe. Today, along with your costume, many people are considering specialty decorative contacts.

If you are considering them yourself, be careful - it could lead to big trouble.

The US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) recently warned... Read more


A New U.K. Petition Wants To Make Eye Exams A Requirement For All Drivers

It may soon become law for all U.K. drivers to pass regular eye exams.

James Cox, a locum dispensing optician in the U.K., is behind a brand new petition which would... Read more


Sharp Rise In Contact Lens Wearers Both In U.K. And Ireland

More people are opting to wear contact Lenses in both the U.K. and Ireland. According to new data from the Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers (ACLM), both the U.K. and Irish contact lens markets rose 8 percent in 2016.

This research... Read more


Mucin Balls Can Cause Corneal Damage, New Ohio Report Suggests

For years, ophthalmologists believed that increased mucin ball production was either innocuous or... Read more


Paramedic Discovers What He Thought Was Conjunctivitis Is Actually Acanthamoeba Keratitis

Odds are you have never heard of the eye disease "acanthamoeba keratitis" before. Hopefully you won't have any further experience with this word for the rest of your life. But, as we all know, life is unpredictable. So, the best thing we can do to handle life's many uncertainties is to arm... Read more


Eye Tracking Technology May Soon Be Coming To Cars in the EU

In another one of the many steps being taken towards developing the car of the future, Swedish company Smart Eye is developing an eye-tracking software that it hopes will be implemented by European car manufacturers in the near future.

The company was originally founded with the intention... Read more


Are sat-navs taking people"s eyes off the road?

Much has been made of the need to wear glasses or contact lenses when behind the wheel, if required, but another danger to vision is now present in the majority of cars, it has been claimed.

According to the results of a recent study carried... Read more


Cheap glasses "can cause headaches"

People trying to cut costs by buying cheap glasses online may actually be cutting corners with their health, according to a new study which has urged people to be wary of fake eyewear being sold over the internet.

Researchers from consumer champion Which? found that 15 of 36 pairs of... Read more


UV rays "have long-term effects on the eyes"

Although many people will head out and enjoy the summer sun this year, it is a well-established fact that UV rays can be highly damaging and people should safeguard themselves from the sun's rays.

While some people will wear sunscreen or a hat, what many forget to do is protect their... Read more

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