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Stats Show Huge Success For Eye Care Centers In Ethiopia
New data shows an eye care programmme in Ethiopia is doing far better than even experts had expected. The research, which was released by Vision Aid Overseas (VAO), found that around 184,000 Ethiopians have received proper eye care treatment since the programme was established just three years... Read more
Vision Van Returns For Glaucoma Awareness Week In The UK
Two eye health organizations are teaming up to bring people across the UK vital information on glaucoma. Both Vision Express and the International Glaucoma Association (IGA) will help spread information on
One Ocular Melanoma Patient Pushes For MRI Scans In Scotland
Jennifer Lewis, 52, is on a mission to change the way the National Health Service (NHS) provides follow-up care in Scotland. In particular, Lewis wants the NHS to provide abdominal MRI scans rather than ultrasounds for Scottish ocular melanoma patients.
New Study Reveals Why "Cock-Eyed Squid" Has Two Different Sized Eyes
Pakistani Teen Impresses Internet With Eye-Popping Prowess
One teenage Pakistani boy with a talent for popping out his eyeballs is quickly becoming an Internet superstar.
Don't Blame MS, Blame Your Smartphone: A Modern Misdiagnosis
Neurologists have been misdiagnosing dozens of patients experiencing sudden visual loss in one eye (also called monocular vision loss) with multiple sclerosis (MS). Although the symptoms of monocular vision loss are very real, doctors are now discovering that they are not always related to MS.... Read more
City, University of London Hosted Major Training Session Dedicated To Dry Eye and Myopia
Australian Study Shows The Dangers Of Eye Contact In A Police Line-Up Scenario
Suspects who look directly into a policeman's eyes during a line-up are far more likely to appear guilty to law enforcement officials than those who avert their gaze. That's according to a new study put out by the University of Sydney in Australia.
Turkish Bank Unrolls First Eye-Scanning Technology In Europe
Eye scanners only used to be a thing seen in sci-fi movies. Today, one Turkish bank is making eye-scanning security a reality for thousands of people. The coolest part of this technology is that it can be used right on your mobile device.
One South African Doctor's App Is Making A Huge Difference In Combating Blindness
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