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New Eye Tracking Glasses Stand Up To Their Larger, Faster Predecessors.
Eye tracking technology has been very instrumental in many scientific fields in recent years. It has been used in some studies to monitor where a persons focus and attention lie when looking at images and videos of social interaction, allowing medical researchers to detect differences in how... Read more
Contact lens technology "improving all the time"
Contact lenses and other vision technology are playing an increasingly important role in improving eyesight in the visually impaired, according to a leading eye care specialist.
Does acne medication raise the risk of eye infections?
An acne prescription medication could be having an adverse effect on teens" eye health.
Can playing outside reduce nearsightedness risk?
Playing outside may actually be good for your kids' eye health, helping them to avoid developing near sightedness, according to new research.
Eating fish "can prevent vision loss"
For years, scientists have been extolling the virtues of oils and other substances found in fish, and a new study has added further weight to their argument.
London Hospital Tests Science Fiction Inspired Bionic Eye
Moorfields Eye Hospital in London is planning to test a new bionic vision system that appears to be pulled strain out of science fiction.French company Pixium Vision developed the device, called the Iris II, which uses a camera to stimulate an implant within the eye to send image signals to the... Read more
Diabetes drug "raises eye disease risk"
A person's risk of developing a blinding eye condition may be significantly increased if they use a certain type of diabetes medication, a new study has suggested.
Simple eye test "may prevent stroke"
A simple type of eye test may be able to save thousands of lives, after it was suggested that the procedure could help to prevent people suffering a stroke.
Irish Eye Surgeons Successfully Use Stem Cells for the First Time
The Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital in Dublin has performed the first successful stem cell tissues transplant eye operation in Ireland. This was carried out in collaboration with researchers at Dublin City University.
Heart Medication May Also Reduce Risk of Blindness Caused By Diabetes
New research from Queen’s University Belfast and University College London indicates that a drug that was originally developed to treat cardiovascular disease has the potential to reduce diabetic macular oedema (DMO).
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