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Don"t suffer with dry eyes, says expert

Those who suffer from dry eyes should not be afraid to seek treatment for the condition.

Some time ago bestselling author Jacquelyn Mitchard teamed up with Allergan and a US organization, Red Hot Mamas (RHM), to raise awareness about the possible long-term consequences of dry... Read more


Bionic eye lens "is the future"

The future of contact lenses is to wear them inside the eye, according to a scientist.

Daily contact lenses - currently the choice of millions of people thanks to their convenience and hygiene benefits - could become redundant... Read more


Experts pave way for blindness treatment

By Adrian Galbreth

Treating blindness has been at the top of scientists' agendas for decades, with various new therapies being formulated across the world every year, though often without success.

However, a new study being carried out by experts in the US could lead to the... Read more


Augmented reality contact lenses "need more research"

By Adrian Galbreth

More research needs to be conducted into the viability of augmented reality contact lenses before the products are rolled out on a widespread basis, it has been claimed.

Karen Sparrow, optometrist and education... Read more


Glaucoma sufferers to benefit from new procedure?

By Adrian Galbreth

People with glaucoma could be set to benefit from more effective treatment, after scientists developed an innovative way to combat post-surgical scarring for patients with the common eye disease.

Specialists at the Singapore Eye Research Institute and Nanyang... Read more


New Windows phone to utilise eye technology

By Adrian Galbreth

The new Windows phone from Microsoft will utilise a special type of technology that recognises people's motions, the company behind the development has revealed.

Eyesight, which specialises in touch-free interfaces for digital devices, has revealed that... Read more


Eye infections "can cause AMD"

By Adrian Galbreth

For many years, eye specialists have believed that the development of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), one of the leading causes of blindness on the planet, was either the result of genetic predispositions or lifestyle factors such as smoking or a high fat diet.Read more


Scottish invention "could reverse blindness"

By Adrian Galbreth

Thousands of people across the globe who are currently living in darkness could soon be able to see thanks to the efforts of experts in Scotland.

Researchers from the University of Strathclyde, in association with specialists from Stanford University in... Read more


New test offers hope to eye tumour patients

By Adrian Galbreth

A new test could offer hope to the thousands of people around the world who are living with eye tumours, and help to improve the way in which they are treated.

According to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, the genetic test... Read more


Retinal prosthesis "could restore sight to blind"

By Adrian Galbreth

Scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine have created a system that could someday restore sight to people who have lost vision because of certain types of degenerative eye diseases.

The technique is a new type of retinal prosthesis that... Read more

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