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Exposure to bright light "improves alertness"
Exposure to very brief, millisecond flashes of bright light improves alertness at night, according to the results of a new study.
People with risk of vision loss "should be regularly checked"
People who have an increased risk of vision loss should ensure that they regularly have their eyes tested, one expert has stated.
Study links antidepressants to cataract risk
A new study has linked antidepressant drugs to an increased risk of developing cataracts.
Researchers create retina from embryonic cells
Researchers in the US have successfully created a retina from human embryonic stem cells, which offers hope to millions with degenerative eye disorders.
An alternative to laser eye surgery for myopia treatment?
While laser eye surgery is one of the main treatments for people with sight problems, many people find the process a scary prospect.
Experts make Down"s syndrome and Alzheimer"s eye link
Healthcare experts have established a link between Down"s syndrome and Alzheimer"s disease, claiming that the two conditions are connected through proteins found in the eyes.
New contact lenses "may revolutionise the industry"
The creation and launch of new, advanced Contact lenses may help to boost the industry and revolutionise the way that people wear them, according to an industry expert.
Computer technique "may improve partial sightedness"
A new technique may be able to improve the vision of people who have been left partially sighted after suffering a brain injury or stroke, according to experts.
Gas-permeable lenses "can help keratoconus patients"
A new type of contact lenses may be effective in improving vision in people who cannot usually wear them, according to a new study.
Computers "can detect diabetes-related eye problems"
New computer technology can help with the detection of eye problems linked to diabetes, according to experts.
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