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10.10.2017

New Review Argues Electronic Retinal Implants Are Worth The Cost

A group of researchers have just released a review arguing that electronic retinal implants are worth the investment for people suffering serious retinal diseases. Although these implants... Read more


28.09.2017

UK Now Has Lowest Level Of Smokers Of All Time

A new survey from the not-for-profit Cancer Research UK shows the amount of smokers in the United Kingdom has fallen to its lowest level ever. Researchers believe this sharp decline in UK smokers is directly related to the smoking restriction laws... Read more


22.09.2017

Two New Lenses For Presbyopia Patients Show Great Promise

Two brand new reports show contact lens wearers prefer the latest multifocal lens designs to their everyday contact lenses. Researchers delivered the results from these two studies at the latest Optometry's Meeting, which was put together by the American Optometric Association.

One of... Read more


19.09.2017

Italian Researchers Find Link Between Vision Issues And Early Stage Parkinson's

A groundbreaking new study reveals a link between visual problems and early stages of Parkinson's disease (PD). This study could help doctors discover new biomarkers to help them diagnose this debilitating disease earlier than ever before.

Researchers in Italy took a look at 20 MRI scans... Read more


17.09.2017

The University of Arizona Tests New Formula For Wet AMD Treatment

Scientists at the University of Arizona (UA) are now researching a new method for treating wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD). Thanks to a new grant, researchers have the ability to... Read more


22.08.2017

Macular Society Focuses On AMD Therapies In This Year's London Conference

The charity organization Macular Society is encouraging people suffering from Read more


18.08.2017

New Study Shows Positive Results From Cytokine-Enhanced Cornea Transplants

Eye doctors in Massachusetts have released positive results in their revolutionary corneal transplant study. The study authors note that their brand new corneal transplant technique... Read more


02.08.2017

Diabetics With Obstructive Sleep Apnea Have Greater Risk Of Developing Retinopathy

A new longitudinal study out of the United Kingdom shows a correlation between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and diabetic retinopathy. Researchers found that patients who had both type 2 diabetes... Read more


25.07.2017

UCL And Moorfields Team Up To Offer A Professional Glaucoma Diploma

The University College London (UCL) is set to launch a brand new diploma program for students interested in treating glaucoma patients. Starting on November 8th, this course... Read more


21.07.2017

Two South Korean Universities Create Glucose Sensing Contacts

Korean researchers have just developed high-tech contact lenses that will be able to dramatically help diabetes patients. Using the latest in electrode and sensor technology, these new contacts can detect glucose levels just by analyzing a person's... Read more


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