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10.11.2017

First Cases Of Parasitic Eye Worm Detected In UK Dogs

Scientists in Liverpool are sounding the warning alarm about parasites that attach themselves to dogs' eyes. This particular kind of eye worm is more common in Continental Europe, but new reports show it's quickly spreading in the... Read more


09.11.2017

Eye Awareness Campaign Will Raise Funds For Two Major UK Charities

The UK charity groups OcuMel UK and CLIC Sargent will be accepting donations from this year's Eye Smart Campaign. The two charities hope to encourage more UK residents to get regular eye screenings so doctors can catch life-threatening diseases as early as possible.

In particular, the Eye... Read more


09.11.2017

Blind Irish Marathon Runner Almost Gave Up On The World Marathon Challenge

Ireland's incredible blind marathon runner Sinead Kane, 35, is opening up about her struggles in the World Marathon Challenge. Kane, who works as a solicitor in Cork, told reporters that she... Read more


07.11.2017

Birmingham's Aston University Offers Certificate In Contact Lens Practice

Aston University will formally allow optometrists to get a Professional Higher Certificate in Contact Lens Practice next year. The new course will... Read more


06.11.2017

BHVI Releases Myopia Calculator Online For Nearsighted Children

The Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) just released its "myopia calculator" online to help nearsighted children find the best treatment... Read more


03.11.2017

Bariatric Surgery Patients Have Improved Eyesight, New Report Shows

Researchers from Finland presented interesting research on the link between obesity and eye health at this year's European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) gathering. In this latest study, Finnish eye doctors discovered that obese patients who underwent bariatric surgery had healthier... Read more


02.11.2017

Australian Professors Discover Tregs In Retina

Scientists at Australia's Monash University have shown for the first time that regulatory T cells (aka Tregs) exist in the human retina. This finding... Read more


01.11.2017

A Common Eye Drop Preservative Could Cause Serious Diseases

Ophthalmologists are concerned about a new American study that suggests a common preservative in eye drops could increase a person's risk for serious diseases.

Researchers at the University of California, Davis, examined chemical compounds known as... Read more


31.10.2017

Be Careful with Halloween Contacts

Halloween is a time of great fun and make believe. Today, along with your costume, many people are considering specialty decorative contacts.

If you are considering them yourself, be careful - it could lead to big trouble.

The US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) recently warned... Read more


30.10.2017

Mucus From Pigs' Stomachs Could Seriously Help Contact Lens Wearers

German eye doctors believe they've discovered a natural way for contact lens patients to combat dry eye syndrome. If you're easily squeamish, however, you might not like to hear what they used to... Read more


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