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20.01.2016

New research raises questions about eye injections

Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness among over-65s in the western world, treatment of which often involves monthly injections of medication into the eye.

This treatment is also being studied for eye problems related to diabetes and retina vein occlusions, but... Read more


19.01.2016

Eye reflexes "hold clue to Down syndrome"

Every year, thousands of babies are born with Down syndrome, but scientists know relatively little about the condition in terms of how it develops and progresses.

However, a new study has shed some light on why those with Down syndrome often have poor balance and motor... Read more


18.01.2016

Experts find root of common cause of blindness

Every year, millions of people around the world suffer from vision deterioration which eventually leads to blindness, and for many these conditions are incurable, resulting in their quality of life being severely impaired.

However, international eye experts may have found they key to making... Read more


11.01.2016

Guide launched on eye processes

A guide is available that aims to make it easier for researchers to explore how the eyes operate, it has been revealed.

The Journal of General Physiology is to publish the Perspectives series, which will also include details on aural, olfactory and tactile processes.

Robert Farley... Read more


06.01.2016

Technology "has increased range of available contact lenses"

Technology has substantially improved the quality of contact lenses that are now available, an expert has claimed.
 
Chidambara Pillai, chairman of the British Society for Refractive Surgery, has told the Express that the quality of lenses... Read more


04.01.2016

Experts identify cause of Usher syndrome

Usher syndrome is one of the most common forms of deaf-blindness in humans and can severely impair the lives of sufferers, but new hope has been created in the form of research which sheds light on the cause of the condition.

A study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience suggests... Read more


23.12.2015

Study links glaucoma, diabetes and hypertension

A new study has aimed to establish links between the eye condition glaucoma, diabetes and hypertension.

As many people in the western world suffer from diabetes and hypertension, experts at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center aimed to ascertain whether they had an increased risk... Read more


23.12.2015

Using contact lenses to cure eye conditions

Contact lenses have for years been offering people relief from eye problems and they increase in popularity every single year. Though in the vast majority of cases, they only offer a temporary solution to permanent eye conditions, no matter how effective... Read more


21.12.2015

Working hard to fight blindness

Every year, millions of lives are ruined or at least hampered as people lose their sight, something that can effect families and stop people doing the things they love.

Across the planet, experts are hard at work on new studies looking to identify the causes of many diseases and reduce the... Read more


21.12.2015

Risk assessment model "may predict AMD progression"

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of blindness on the planet and can severely impact the quality of life of people suffering from it.

However, a recent study may provide hope to people who have a high risk of the condition or who have already been... Read more


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