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15.01.2018

Oriental Eye Fly Documented For First Time In China

Three researchers working in the south of China have just discovered the Oriental eye fly (Siphunculina funicola) for the first time. In addition to documenting this dangerous fly in their article, the... Read more


12.01.2018

Researchers Find People Who Wear Contacts While Swimming At Greater Risk Of Acanthamoeba keratitis

Contact lens wearers should think twice before diving into a pool with their lenses on. A new study out of Australia clearly shows that people who wear contacts while swimming are at a higher risk of contracting the Read more


09.01.2018

Tech Experts Discussed Potentials Of Graphene Technology At 2017 New Statesman Emerging Technology Conference

One major topic of discussion at this year's New Statesman Emerging Technology Conference was the potential uses for graphene in the future of healthcare. Many scientists believe innovations in this field could help doctors scan for cancerous... Read more


18.12.2017

Vision Loss Linked To Dementia Risk, New Study Suggests

A new American study suggests that older people who have vision problems also have a greater risk for developing dementia.

Researchers looked at data from both the recent National Health and... Read more


05.12.2017

NICE Approves Eylea For myopic chorodial neovascularization (mCNV) Patients In The UK

UK patients suffering from myopic chorodial neovascularization (mCNV) will soon have a brand new treatment method at their disposal. The National Institute of... Read more


27.11.2017

New Research Shows Drop In Diabetic Retinopathy In Wales

New information released in the British Medical Journal shows a sharp decline in the number of Welsh residents living with diabetic retinopathy. Members of the Welsh government say... Read more


27.11.2017

New British Study Suggests IOP Readings Not Important For Glaucoma Detectionv

The most common way ophthalmologists check for glaucoma in routine eye exams is by testing a patient's intraocular pressure (IOP). The standard opinion in the... Read more


22.11.2017

Moorfields Researchers Use Patients' Blood To Cure Dry Eye Syndrome

Researchers at Moorfields Eye Hospital recently taught a group of 16 dry eye patients how to safely take out a few drops of blood from their fingertips with a lancet and squirt drops in their eyes. Doctors instructed participants to put a drop of this blood in their lower eyes four times a day... Read more


21.11.2017

NEI Researchers Discover Eye Microbiome On Lab Mic

A new study out of the National Eye Institute (NEI) shows that microbes on the eyes of certain mice can ward off corneal diseases. There's great hope in the eye care community that further research into this Read more


17.11.2017

Manchester Doctors Pilot New Gene Therapy Treatment For Retinitis Pigmentosa

British eye doctors have begun using a new gene therapy procedure on patients with X-linked retinitis pigmentosa (XLRP). Ophthalmologists around... Read more


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