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25.05.2017

How Contacts Could Help Slow Down The Myopia Epidemic

Nearsightedness (aka myopia) is becoming the norm in many parts of the developed world. Believe it or not, 90 percent of college age students in South Korea now have glasses for myopia. While Asian nations are the... Read more


15.05.2017

Fight Against Blindness Seeks Additional Funding At Cambridge Event

The British charity Fight Against Blindness (FAB) just hosted a major event introducing the group's new... Read more


03.05.2017

A Flash Photograph Revealed Rare Disease In U.K. Toddler's Eye

One flash photo literally saved a British toddler's life. Jaxson Scrivens, who was 14-months-old at the time this photo was taken, showed clear signs of the childhood cancer Retinoblastoma (RB) in his left eye. Luckily for Jaxson, his parents were able to put him into treatment right away. Now... Read more


31.03.2017

Korean Researchers Look Into The Link Between Dry Eye And Smartphone Usage In Pre-Teens

It's no surprise that smartphones are having negative effects on our children's eyes. But, just how bad is the damage? Well, thanks to a new study out of South Korea, we now have a clearer understanding on... Read more


29.03.2017

Smoking While Pregnant Is Related To Infant Retinal Damage

Doctors have known for quite some time that smoking while pregnant leads to an increased risk of giving birth to an underweight child. Now, a new study shows how smoking during pregnancy puts babies at risk of being born with a higher risk for eye diseases like glaucoma.

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08.03.2017

Eye Burns In Children Under 5 On The Rise Due To Detergent Pods

Many people love the convenience of laundry detergent pods. And, honestly, who can blame them? These pods are just great for quick and efficient cleaning. However, while these pods are extremely useful for cleaning clothes, they may come with an even larger warning label attached to them in the... Read more


27.02.2017

Two Spanish Studies Suggest LED Screens Cause Premature Blindness

We all know that increased exposure to electronic screens is not good for our eyes. Unfortunately, new research from Spain suggests our exposure to LED screens may be even worse than previously imagined. Indeed, Spanish researchers believe we will face a global blindness epidemic if governments... Read more


23.02.2017

One U.K. Optometrist Has Invented A Nightly Treatment For Myopia

Wearing glasses for shortsightedness could soon become a thing of the past. That's certainly what one British optometrist hopes as she unveils her amazing new nightly treatment regimen.

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05.09.2016

Baby born with one eye will get artificial eye

Little Izabella was born with just one eye. Now doctors are prepping her for a prosthetic.

Izabella, now just nine months old, was born with micropthalmia, a condition in which one or both eyes are unusually small. In her case, her eye had started to grow in vitro but then stopped.... Read more


01.09.2016

Babies at Elevated Risk for Chemical Burns to Their Eyes

Children under the age of two have been found to be at a high risk for chemical burns to their eyes, with household chemicals being the most common cause of the injuries. These findings have been published this week in JAMA Ophthalmology.

The basis of the study was the number of babies... Read more


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