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New discovery "could prevent blindness"
For decades, researchers have attempted to discovery a cure for blindness, a sensory deprivation that can have an extremely negative impact on people"s lives, but at long last hope appears to be around the corner for people at risk of losing their sight.
Drinking more water "can reduce appearance of eye bags"
Women can help to limit the appearance of bags under their eyes by drinking more water, according to one specialist.
Man regains eyesight through stem cell therapy
The wonders of medicine never fail to amaze, and one man that can testify to the ability of doctors to change lives is 62-year-old American Carl Stevens.
Operation can "freeze" poor eyesight
A relatively new procedure pioneered by Dr David Allamby at the Focus Laser Vision clinic in Wimpole Street and can help to improve the eyesight of people by effectively "freezing" their sight, the London Evening Standard reports.
Hololens, an exciting development in networked technology.
One of the most exciting developments in networked technology, or any technology really, is augmented reality.
Experts shed light on how evolution shaped eyesight
A recent study shed some light on why evolutionarily ancient brain areas are important and how they affect people"s eyesight.
Stretchable Nanoscale device ideal for smart contact lenses
A new nanoscale device capable of manipulating light has been created by Australian researchers.
New drug could offer hope to eye cancer sufferers
For years, experts have been attempting to develop a medication which can help to treat people suffering from eye cancer, which is particular deadly condition suffered by thousands of people across the planet.
New study reveals how people see family resemblances
The vast majority of people can compare a man and woman or a parent and baby and see when two people of different age or sex are genetically related, despite not knowing they are part of the same family, but not much has been known about how we compute this process until now.
Feeling grey? Now we know why
Experts have known for years that many people perceive colour differently to others, with what we think of as "blue" often perceived as what we would class as "purple" by someone else, but researchers in the US have published a new study which examines the perception of colour and different shades... Read more
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