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Blogger reveals 60-year-old broken children"s glasses

By Martin Burns

Azrael Brown told on his blog, the Infomercantile, of a pair of glasses he purchased at a flea market in July, 2008.

The glasses have a cracked right lens, due to an accident of some kind, but other than that have very few signs of deterioration.

They came... Read more


Specialist glasses for young footballers

By Martin Burns

Caudwell Children, a national charity, will pay for FIFA-approved sports glasses for young grassroots footballers.

The specialist eye pieces cost £150 but the charity has said it will accept applications for funding from children who need the glasses as long as... Read more


New device makes contact lenses even easier

By Martin Burns

A new eye care device which allows the user to insert contact lenses and eye drops without touching the eye has been invented.

Dr Chuck R Courtenay invented the Eye-POD eye care kit to help cope with his... Read more


Poor eyesight to blame for "rigged" I"m a Celebrity eviction

By Emily Tait

Former heavyweight boxing champion Joe Bugner has said that his eviction from ITV"s I"m a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, was rigged by the show taking advantage of his poor eyesight, according to the Daily Mail.

Bugner faced Hollyoaks" Stuart Manning in a challenge... Read more


Chinese authorities urged to improve student eyesight

Education authorities in China have been urged to pay more attention to combating near-sightedness among students.

Vice education minister Chen Xiaoya spoke to local education authorities via a video conference.

"Near-sightedness is still a serious problem among primary and... Read more


Latest Peter Jackson film to feature coloured contact lenses

By Emily Tait

Coloured contact lenses are featured in a new film directed by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson.

The film, based on Alice Sebold"s best-selling novel, centres around a girl who is... Read more


Basketball player in goggles on return to training

By Martin Burns

Reeves Nelson – who plays basketball for the UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) Bruins – has returned to training wearing goggles after being poked in his right eye.

The freshman was given immediate medical attention after being poked in the face... Read more


New dry eye care treatment unveiled

A new system for monitoring and treating dry eye disease has been launched in Canada.

The TearLab Osmolarity System tests human tears alongside other methods of clinical evaluation in order to aid in the diagnosis of patients who may have the condition.

Dr Lyndon Jones, a professor... Read more


Glitter a top eye makeup trend for Christmas

With the festive season just around the corner, glitter is the top trend for eye makeup at Christmas parties.

Writing for the Daily Mail, celebrity makeup artist Jemma Kidd says that gold and silver glittery eyeshadows are "stunning" for office or family events.

Or, for... Read more


Volunteering optometrists provide eye care to thousands

A group of volunteering optometrists have been helping thousands of people in Africa with their sight issues.

The charity Vision Aid Overseas sent seven eye care professionals to Burkina Faso, where they examined over 4,000 people"s eyes, providing them with free care and glasses, reports... Read more

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