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Possible relationship between HRT and cataracts discovered
Contact lens wearers may be interested in research emanating from Sweden which has identified a possible link between hormone replacement therapy (HRT), the popular postmenopausal medication, and incidences of cataracts.
Will contact lens wearers benefit from UMHS centre?
Contact lens wearers may benefit from a new building at the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) where eye care research will be carried out.
Embryonic stem cells used to replace diseased retinal cells in mice
A team of researchers have successfully used embryonic stem cells to replace diseased retinal cells in mice.
Scientists announce retinal degradation breakthrough
Scientists in the United States have revealed that they have moved a step closer to working out the causes behind retinal degeneration.
Scientists close to eye-controlled headphones
Scientists have presented a prototype of a device that could allow users to control their mobile phones simply by moving their eyes, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Contact lenses can prevent sun damage
Wearing contact lenses may help reduce the damage that the sun can cause to people"s eyes, according to a study.
Environmental impact of contact lenses is "minimal"
One commentator has suggested that contact lenses do not pose a significant threat to the environment.
30-day contact lenses don"t boost chance of infection
Using 30-day lenses does not boost a person"s chance of getting an eye infection, it has been claimed.
Overnight contact lenses can end reliance on glasses
Wearing overnight contacts lenses can prevent a person from becoming reliant on their glasses or daily disposable lenses, it has been claimed.
History of contact lenses detailed by New York Times
Coverage of contact lenses in the media has been traced back as far as 1930 by the New York Times.
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