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19.01.2009

Contact lenses launched for presbyopia

People with presbyopia can make use of a new type of contact lens produced by CIBA Vision.

The Air Optics Aqua Multifocal is a silicone hydrogel contact lens, claimed by the... Read more


16.01.2009

Optician brings sight to Indians

An optician from North Somerset has helped thousands of Indians to see better after she led a team to the country.

Anne Hull headed a Vision Aid Overseas group on a fortnight-long trip in which seven villages and three slums were visited, the Weston & Somerset Mercury reports.

The... Read more


15.01.2009

Bobbi Brown: Good brushes important for eye make-up

The importance of having a high quality brush for applying make-up to the eyes has been stressed by make-up artist Bobbi Brown.

She told South Florida publication Sun Sentinel that people should use good brushes for their eyeshadow, eyeliner and eyebrows.

"The brushes that come... Read more


15.01.2009

Contact lenses "are part of the onset of 3D"

The role of contact lenses in the development of three-dimensional image technology has been outlined by a writer.

Rick C Hodgin wrote on TG Daily that in order to see images in 3D, each eye has to receive a different view.

He explained that this can only be done, currently,... Read more


15.01.2009

Woody Allen gave glasses to Penelope Cruz

Actress Penelope Cruz was given a pair of Woody Allen"s glasses after they worked together on his new film Vicky Cristina Barcelona, it has been revealed.

Cruz told Total Film magazine that the gift was her "treasure".

"I love those glasses," she said. "He only has two pairs and he... Read more


14.01.2009

Expert warns against "drive-through" laser eye surgery

An expert has warned people considering laser eye surgery to be wary of discount centres.

Dr Michael Vrabec of Valley Eye Associates in the US told the Post Crescent that discount centres offering LASIK treatments reached a popularity high approximately three or four years... Read more


14.01.2009

Elderly people "likely to stop driving if experiencing sight trouble"

Drivers in the US who are older are more likely to be prompted to drive less or stop doing it altogether if they have trouble with their sight, according to new research.

Dr Lisa Keay of John Hopkins University in Baltimore published her team"s study in the journal Investigative... Read more


14.01.2009

Eye make-up on a budget

A new book by India Knight has offered suggestions on keeping eyes made up while on a budget.

In an extract from Thrift Book published in the Daily Record, India advises against purchasing expensive mascara as it does not last for very long.

She also recommends going for dark... Read more


14.01.2009

Abbott in deal for Advanced Medical Optics

Abbott announced this week that it is acquiring Advanced Medical Optics for close to $1.4 billion (£.096 million).

The deal equates to $22 (£15) per share.

According to Reuters, AMO is the third biggest company for contact... Read more


13.01.2009

Indian bridegrooms swapping glasses for contact lenses

Indian bridegrooms are trading their glasses for contact lenses on their wedding days to make the most of their appearances, it has been reported.

Bausch & Lomb carried a poll which found that 82 per cent of men would go for contact lenses when they marry, the Hindu reports.

Sunil... Read more


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