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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
Innovega Develops Revolutionary eMacula VR Technology
Many people interested in virtual reality (VR) complain about how bulky the current VR headsets are. Although people love the technology, these cumbersome headsets often get in the way of enjoying the VR or augmented reality (AR) experience.
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.
New Drug Offers Hope For Diabetic Retinopathy Patients
One of the most serious complications from diabetes is called diabetic retinopathy. This disease, which causes damage to retinal blood vessels due to high blood sugar, can lead to blindness if... Read more
Florida Researchers Better Understand The Key Role α2δ4 Plays In Eye Health
Although doctors have known about the existence of protein α2δ4 for years, it's only now that eye doctors are getting seriously interested in exploring α2δ4's potential in eye care treatment. The renewed interest in this protein is mainly due to recent research conducted at
Netflix Willing To Work On Beaming Content To Contacts
Tennessee Researchers Examine Eyes Of Zebrafish To Combat Retina-Related Diseases
One fish could hold the key to helping millions of patients with potentially blinding eye conditions around the world. The fish in question is called a zebrafish, and it's thanks to the researchers at Nashville's Vanderbilt University that eye doctors are hopeful they can soon find a cure for... Read more
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
Contact Lens Material Used In New Arthritis Implant
A brand new synthetic cartilage implant is offering hope to millions of American arthritis patients. Interestingly, this implant is made out of the same exact material most contact lenses are made of.
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