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Fort Belvoir Is Now The First Military Hospital To Perform Corneal Cross-Linking
Contact Lenses That Mimic Irises Revealed in San Francisco
A brand new contact lens designed to help people with iris issues was just revealed at the International Electron Devices Meeting in San Francisco. These smart contacts, which were developed by a Belgian team at the University of Ghent, are expected to help... Read more
Can LED Lights Cure Alzheimer's? A New MIT Study Suggests "Yes"
Taking a look at Christmas lights may be better for your health than you think. Professors at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) now believe exposing people to bright LED lights might be able to halt the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
A Traditional Eye Surgery Cures Blind Patients In USA
Although it may sound too good to be true, scientists now claim they can cure blindness in those who've suffered a traumatic brain injury. This surgery, officially called a vitrectomy, was able to bring many patients' vision from total darkness to 20/20 within a few months.
American Researchers Discover Novel Gene Editing Technology For Curing Blindness And Much More
Genetic science is advancing at an astonishing pace nowadays. Many scientists actually believe that they have figured out how to manipulate our DNA so everyone can live healthier and longer lives.
AMD Rising At Alarming Rates In UK, New Report Shows
UK ophthalmologists are getting very worried about the increasing numbers of patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD). A brand new study shows that more UK residents are suffering from blindness due to AMD than ever before. If something drastic isn't done to combat the rapid rise in... Read more
A New Study Suggests Autistic Children Don't Avoid Eye Contact on Purpose
New research is debunking the claim that autistic children don't make eye contact with others either on purpose or due to stress. Many people in the scientific community now believe that autistic children don't make eye contact simply because they can't pick up on the importance of visual... Read more
MIT Researchers Discover New Method of Treatment For Lazy Eye
A brand new MIT Study on animals with lazy eye is showing promise for the future treatment of the common eye disorder. The procedure used on these animals has been called a "retina reboot" by members of the eye... Read more
New Microscope At Oxford University Shows Great Potential
Professors at the University of Oxford have designed a brand new microscope to help surgeons perform eye surgery on their patients. Although this special microscope is only being used in trials right now, doctors are hopeful this technology can help people around the world with a wide variety of... Read more
New Video Game Show Promise In Helping Children With Lazy Eye
Ophthalmologists are hopeful that a brand new app could help thousands of children who suffer from lazy eye. Recent results measuring the efficacy of this app shows great promise for the future treatment of this disease.
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