05.04.2012

By Alexa KaczkaMany runners have experienced the problem of having to contend with glasses when outdoors and the discomfort they can cause when jogging and training.However, this does not have to be the case, according to Gavin Rebello, a sports vision expert, who says wearing contact lenses is an... Read more


04.04.2012

By Alexa KaczkaThe contact lens industry has come a long way since the products were initially developed and can now correct almost any vision problem, one expert has observed. According to optometrist Nick Dash, new lenses help correct astigmatism and age-related reading issues, whilst keeping the... Read more


03.04.2012

By Adrian GalbrethThere are many amazing drugs on the market that can help to cure a wealth of conditions and ease symptoms, but in some cases the so-called miracle cures may have side-effects that impact other areas of the body. According to a new study by experts in Canada, one such medication... Read more


02.04.2012

By Alexa KaczkaPeople who wear reusable contact lenses should always take the time to ensure they are following the instructions for cleaning the products to a tee, it has been advised. Optometrist Dr Andrew Leitzel told Penn Live that it is "always wise" to carefully follow the... Read more


30.03.2012

By Martin BurnsPeople who wear reusable contact lenses should never be tempted to use any form of liquid other than contact lens solution to clean the products, it has been advised. According to the health advice site Newsolio.com, it can be tempting to use water to clean the lenses, but because... Read more


30.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaMost people, at some point, have had their vision called into question, whether it be while trying to read a shop sign down the road, looking at the instructions for something or simply speaking to somebody across the room, but the general response is to deny that their is anything... Read more


30.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaThe dangers of motoring are well-publicised and seemingly every week a road safety organisation or MP is highlighting how vital it is for people to stay within the law at all times behind the wheel. However, while most people would never dream of speeding through a red light, doing... Read more


30.03.2012

By Emily TaitKim Kardashian has become the latest celebrity to try out coloured contact lenses as she seeks to alter her image. The star has recently embarked on a fitness regime to change her image and has now taken it to the next stage by restyling her hair and trying out new contact lenses. The... Read more


30.03.2012

By Adrian GalbrethOver the last few years, thousands of developments have been made in the automobile world, providing drivers with the best possible sight lines in their vehicles to boost safety. Now, it appears that Subaru has taken this to the next level, thanks to its new EyeSight Driver-Assist... Read more


30.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaMany people who suffer from diabetes have to contend with many trials and tribulations on a daily basis, but there are also many hidden dangers of the condition that some are unaware if – one of which is the eye condition diabetic retinopathy. Overall, four in every ten... Read more


29.03.2012

By Alexa Kaczka People with droopy eyes may have underlying problems that require treatment, and so the condition should not be overlooked, one expert has advised. Robert Scott, consultant ophthalmologist at the NHS Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre and the BMI Priory Hospital, Birmingham, told... Read more


29.03.2012

By Adrian GalbrethPeople who are in need of vision correction but unsure about the safety and comfort of laser eye surgery have been advised not to worry about the procedure or its recovery process. Dr Rajesh Khanna, an international Lasik expert and owner of the Khanna Institute of Lasik and... Read more


29.03.2012

By Adrian GalbrethA new drug to control diabetes may be effective in helping to reduce the number of people suffering vision loss, it has been claimed. The drug has been formulated by experts at Optimum Clinical Research, based in Salt Lake City, and works by prompting the pancreas to create and... Read more


29.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaUsing an eyesight lamp to help assist with activities such as reading may actually have a negative effect on vision, it has been claimed. The Yangtze Evening News has reported that a mother in China bought the device for her son in order to assist him when reading, but noticed that,... Read more


29.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaOne of the major problems facing older drivers is the deterioration of their eyesight, which is resulting in many people being put off driving for good, but this does not have to be the case, one expert has noted. Eye expert Simon Turnbull told the West Sussex County Times that laws... Read more


29.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaMillions of people across the UK can have their eyes tested every couple of years to determine whether they need contact lenses or glasses, but certain regions have been traditionally slower than others to take up the offer of vision testing. One of these is Scotland, which has... Read more


29.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaIt is vital that anybody who regularly plays sport ensures they use the correct eyewear when taking part in energetic activities, it has been noted. Using proper eyewear can not only ensure that people look the part, but it can protect their eyes when taking part in certain... Read more


28.03.2012

By Alexa Kaczka All cyclists are aware of the dangers of hitting the road on two wheels, which is why proficiency tests are put in place and there is a wealth of safety equipment available. However, one thing they cannot account for is drivers who are not paying attention or – in some cases-... Read more


28.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaAn acclaimed vision specialist who has helped to restore the eyesight of thousands of people in developing nations has been spreading the word about the need to continue the good work. Sanduk Ruit told Fox News that he is hosting an event in the US to help raise awareness of the need... Read more


28.03.2012

By Alexa KaczkaMany schoolchildren across the UK and the rest of the world have their eyes checked while they are still in primary school, identifying vision problems early before they have the chance to develop and cause major issues. However, in many cases this may not be enough, according to one... Read more