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07.03.2017

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


07.03.2017

CRT Contacts Help Patients Correct Vision While They Sleep

Corneal refractive therapy (CRT) is nothing new, but it's only within the past few years that most nearsighted people have heard about this treatment option. Patients using CRT, also known as "corneal reshaping," put a special pair of contacts in their eyes every night and, over the course of a... Read more


06.03.2017

City, University of London Hosted Major Training Session Dedicated To Dry Eye and Myopia

An exciting training session was recently held at the brand new dry eye management/myopia research center in the center of London. The Division of Optometry and Visual Science at... Read more


06.03.2017

California Study Reveals Benefits Of Low Intensity Workouts For Our Eyes

A short low intensity walk may be the best thing for our overall eye health. According to new research out of California, low intensity workouts help the brain better process... Read more


03.03.2017

British-Made Contacts Impress Numerous Eye Doctors In Portugal

Numerous Portuguese optometrists are now praising the British mini-scleral lenses called Comfort 15. Some eye doctors believe these contacts represent a new frontier in the treatment of corneal issues.

The Comfort 15 lenses, which are designed by No. 7 Contacts, received rave reviews at... Read more


02.03.2017

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.

Participants involved in this study were... Read more


01.03.2017

AI Device Proven To Be As Effective As Eye Doctors At Diagnosing Cataracts

Results from a series of tests using an AI system designed to recognize the symptoms of congenital cataracts were recently released. These results clearly show that AI systems are able to diagnose eye diseases just as accurately as human doctors.

Researchers in China named this AI system... Read more


01.03.2017

AdaptDX: The Future Of AMD Screening?

A brand new machine designed to detect age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is being used to great effect. This machine has been so effective at detecting early AMD that one enthusiastic eye doctor in Wilmington, North Carolina, hopes it will be used in all annual eye screenings in the near... 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


27.02.2017

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.

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