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15.12.2016

New Video Game Show Promise In Helping Children With Lazy Eye

Ophthalmologists are hopeful that a brand new app could help thousands of children who suffer from lazy eye. Recent results measuring the efficacy of this app shows great promise for the future treatment of this disease.

This app was tested at the Retina Foundation of the Southwest in... Read more


01.12.2016

Femtosecond Lasers and Robots Increasingly Being Used By Eye Surgeons

Eye surgery has always been one of the most difficult procedures for surgeons to perform. It shouldn't be too hard for a layman to see why eye surgery requires such a high degree of skill. Just one small surgical mistake in the eye could potentially blind a patient for life. To avoid human error,... Read more


30.11.2016

Innovations In Smart Contact Lens Market Driven By High Glaucoma and Diabetes Rates

New so-called "smart contact lenses" are now being developed to help the growing number of glaucoma and diabetes patients.

These smart contacts are designed to measure levels of glucose and/or intraocular pressure in the patient's' eyes. This data can then easily help both patients and... Read more


29.11.2016

Israeli Researchers Test Injection For Dry AMD

If you or a loved one is suffering from the common eye condition known as dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD), scientists may have found a cure. Although this new therapy is still in the beginning phases, it shows great promise to help those struggling with this disease.

Researchers... Read more


29.11.2016

Italian Researchers Prove The Brain Can Re-Learn How To See After Years of Blindness

New research suggests that the human brain has the potential to learn how to see again even after a person is diagnosed with clinical blindness. The latest study into this fascinating topic was conducted by researchers at Italy's prestigious Read more


25.11.2016

New Research Looks Into Why Marijuana Improves Night Vision

A few remarkable articles have recently been published linking the consumption of marijuana with increased night vision. Fishermen around the world have been telling the medical establishment for years that marijuana helps them navigate their boats at night, but only recently have scientists been... Read more


24.11.2016

Oregon State Researchers Device Nanostructured Glucose Sensing Contacts

Nanotechnology experts have become increasingly interested in developing new nanomaterials to help diabetic patients keep track of their blood sugar levels. Most recently, researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) have successfully put a glucose sensor into a pair of contact lenses. Although... Read more


22.11.2016

Researchers In Manchester Discover Genetic Mutations in a Specific Strand of Macular Degeneration

British scientists have just discovered two genetic mutations that directly trigger a certain kind of macular degeneration prevalent in men. These researchers are very hopeful that their work will help eye doctors formulate new therapies to help treat this specific strand of macular... Read more


21.11.2016

Gene Therapies And Stem Cell Research On The Eyes Is Increasing

Many scientists are now interested in studying possible gene therapies and stem cell treatments on the eyes. A few reasons why these researchers love working with the eyes include the facts that testing an eye is minimally invasive, it is easy to get at the eyes, and the structure of the eyeball... Read more


15.11.2016

Researchers Capture Images Of Live Photoreceptors For The First Time

American researchers have published images of cone photoreceptor cells from live human eyes, a first in the history of ophthalmology. Professors at the University of California, Davis, as well as Indiana University's School of Optometry carried out this study. These stunning images were published... Read more


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