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10.04.2017

Himalayan Cataract Program Could Win A $100 Million Grant

The Himalayan Cataract Program (HCP) is one step closer to receiving a huge grant from the MacArthur Foundation. Representatives from the MacArthur Foundation just announced that HCP has been selected as one of the foundation's eight semi-finalists for... Read more


08.04.2017

Wayne State Researchers Discover Link Between Zika Virus And Blindness

American researchers have now shown that the Zika virus (ZIKV) can quickly destroy a person's retinal cells and, in extreme cases, even cause blindness. This latest study is helping researchers around the... Read more


06.04.2017

New 10-Minute Surgical Option For People With Presbyopia

Presbyopia, sometimes called age-related farsightedness, is a common eye condition that affects millions of middle-aged people. Most people start to observe symptoms of this disease in their 40s or 50s.

In order to... Read more


05.04.2017

Northwestern Professors Develop Micro-ring Device For Tracking Eye Diseases

A few scientists in Illinois believe they've created a breakthrough tracking device that could help doctors diagnose two major eye diseases. This tiny transparent device, which is placed right inside a contact lens, comes equipped with the ability to measure blood flow and oxygen metabolic rates... Read more


04.04.2017

U.K. Researchers Develop 3D Stem Cell Eye To Combat Ocular Maldevelopment

One U.K.-based ophthalmologist team just received a major grant to study the genetic causes of underdeveloped eyes in children.

Dr. Mariya Moosajee, who works at London's Moorfields Eye Hospital, will serve as the head researcher on this project.... Read more


31.03.2017

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


30.03.2017

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.

One startup company based in Bellevue,... Read more


29.03.2017

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.

This new Read more


28.03.2017

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


27.03.2017

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 Read more


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