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Stem cell therapy may lead to new eye treatments
Experts in Japan have published a recent study that suggests a new treatment option for eye disease may be possible, thanks to breakthrough stem cell research.
Demanding computer work "increases eye strain"
People who regularly spend time in front of a computer carrying out visually demanding tasks are at a greater risk of eye strain, a new report suggests.
Passive smoking may lead to hyperopia
A child's risk of developing the eye condition hyperopia may be increased if their parents smoke and they are frequently in a smoke environment, a new study has suggested.
Women"s need for contact lenses "is not genetic"
Over the years, many different studies have corroborated with each other in confirming that women require glasses or contact lenses for reading earlier than men.
Evidence Shows That Coffee May Prevent Eye Fatigue.
A study carried out at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, led by Dr. Nicholas Gant has shown that caffeine may help with muscle fatigue caused by exercise.
Snoring cure "could prevent vision problems"
A common cure for snoring could help to prevent loss of vision in people suffering from diabetes, it has been claimed.
Blurred Vision in Seniors Can Cause Problems While Walking
As people age, blurred vision is almost inevitable. As presbyopia slowly diminishes the eyes ability to focus clearly, people turn to eye glasses and contact lenses to see clearly. But for people who wear multifocal contact lenses in... Read more
New Glaucoma Treatment Avoids Daily Eye Drops, Lasts Six Months
One of the biggest issues facing glaucoma patients is remembering to take their prescribed eye drops every day. It is estimated that nearly half of all glaucoma patients miss their daily dosage at least once a week, making them much more susceptible to vision loss and blindness.
Chemical in tap water "may affect vision"
For many years, scientists have warned people about the effects that eating and drinking certain things can have on our health, but tap water is something that most people accepted was good for them.
Retina transplants improved in new study
Researchers in the UK have developed a method which they hope will lead to more effective retinal transplants in the future.
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