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19.01.2018

University Of Bonn Leads Pan-European AMD Research Project

Universities across Europe are teaming up to combat the rising epidemic of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Through this collaborative effort, European researchers hope to create novel... Read more


18.01.2018

University Of Pennsylvania Team Focuses on Cyclists Eyes for Bike Safety Study

Megan S. Ryerson, assistant professor of transportation planning at the University of Pennsylvania, recently released... Read more


17.01.2018

UVA Doctors Discover Enzyme In Dry AMD Patients' Eyes

A new study out of the University of Virginia shows that an enzyme typically associated with infections appears in the eyes of age-related Read more


16.01.2018

Canadian Boy Almost Goes Blind Due To Nutrient-Deficient Diet

An 11-year-old Canadian boy is recovering from severe eye conditions caused by an extremely restrictive diet.

When this child arrived at the hospital, he had extremely dry conjunctiva, foamy corneas, and keratinized patches. When doctors tested the boy's vision, they found that he couldn't... Read more


16.01.2018

Waste From Rods And Cones Helps RPE Function, New Study Show

A recent study put out by American researchers is helping scientists better understand how the retina produces and consumes energy. This new data shows that the waste products of rods and cones... Read more


15.01.2018

Oriental Eye Fly Documented For First Time In China

Three researchers working in the south of China have just discovered the Oriental eye fly (Siphunculina funicola) for the first time. In addition to documenting this dangerous fly in their article, the... Read more


12.01.2018

Researchers Find People Who Wear Contacts While Swimming At Greater Risk Of Acanthamoeba keratitis

Contact lens wearers should think twice before diving into a pool with their lenses on. A new study out of Australia clearly shows that people who wear contacts while swimming are at a higher risk of contracting the Read more


11.01.2018

CooperVision Study Shows Dual Focus Lenses Help Slow Myopia Progression

A new study released by CooperVision suggests that dual focus contact lenses (DFCL) work better than single vision lenses at... Read more


10.01.2018

Charity Groups Help Cameroon's Most Vulnerable Cataract Patients

Various foundations have just donated a $2 million loan to help Cameroon's eye care system. Specifically, this money will help increase the number of cataract surgeries the country can perform annually.

All of the money from this loan goes straight to the Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute... Read more


09.01.2018

Tech Experts Discussed Potentials Of Graphene Technology At 2017 New Statesman Emerging Technology Conference

One major topic of discussion at this year's New Statesman Emerging Technology Conference was the potential uses for graphene in the future of healthcare. Many scientists believe innovations in this field could help doctors scan for cancerous... Read more


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