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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.
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.
Doctor Lances Large Cyst on Young Boy’s Eye.
A young El Salvadorian child went to a hospital in Sonsonante because he had a cyst, known as a chalazion, growing on his left eye.
Six Year Old Girl from Gloucester Nearly Loses Eye after Vicious Dog Attack.
A young girl from Gloucester, just six years old, nearly lost her right eye after being attacked by a dog.
A recent study could halt nearsightedness
A recent study in the US could offer hope to the millions of people around the world who suffer from nearsightedness – also known as myopia – and substantially improve their quality of life by making it easier to deal with the condition.
Link Found Between Specific Gene and Childhood Glaucoma
The results of a study performed by researchers at Northwestern Medicine and University of
Study assesses risk of visual impairment in children
A recent study has sought to establish the risk factors for a damaging eye condition which manifests itself at an early age and can lead to severe visual impairment.
Four Year Old Taylor Treadwell, Cancer Survivor, Wins Award
This week, a special little boy from Yateley won an equally special award, being named a CHECT Champion by the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) in honor of his outstanding effort and bravery.
Four year old Taylor Treadwell was originally diagnosed with retinoblastoma (RB), a rare form of... Read more
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Children who frequently play outdoors have better eyesight than those who spend much of their time indoors, a new study has suggested.
Link Between ADHD and Vision Problems in Kids
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have published a study showing a correlation between children with non-correctable vision problems and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
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