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Farsightedness said to affect 1bn people
The number of people affected with farsightedness or difficulty seeing objects due to their age is believed to be in excess of one billion, according to a recent study.
New imaging technology "could help detect blindness"
Researchers have developed a new type of retinal imaging that could be used to help detect diseases that cause blindness.
Through the lens: A transparent history of modern contacts
A scleral lens is one that sits on the sclera - the white of the eye in humans - and the advances made in the technology associated with contact lens manufacture and design, as well as scientific know-how, have brought relief to many people who need their vision... Read more
Cornea "uses stem cells to repair itself"
The cornea makes use of stem cells to repair itself, a new study suggests.
Eyecare Trust: Contacts can correct almost any prescription
Contact lenses can be used to correct "almost any prescription", the chairman of the Eyecare Trust said recently.
Don"t suffer with dry eyes, says expert
Those who suffer from dry eyes should not be afraid to seek treatment for the condition.
Bionic eye lens "is the future"
The future of contact lenses is to wear them inside the eye, according to a scientist.
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