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01.08.2017

Elite English Footballers Have Stronger Vision Than General Population

A new study reveals that pro football players have far better vision than the general population. Research showed that football players not only had better visual clarity, they also had increased contrast sensitivity and focus flexibility.

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19.07.2017

Santa Barbara Golf Club Hosts Charity Event For Blindness Research

Golfers recently met at the Santa Barbara Golf Club for a golfing charity event to help the California Project to Cure Blindness. California's Eye and Vision Care hosted this event on Saturday, May... Read more


14.07.2017

New Study Shows Zika Virus Enters The Eyes Of Unborn Fetuses

According to a new American study, the Zika virus can attach itself to a child's eyes while s/he is in a Zika-infected mother's womb. Researchers found that children in the wombs of infected... Read more


07.03.2017

CRT Contacts Help Patients Correct Vision While They Sleep

Corneal refractive therapy (CRT) is nothing new, but it's only within the past few years that most nearsighted people have heard about this treatment option. Patients using CRT, also known as "corneal reshaping," put a special pair of contacts in their eyes every night and, over the course of a... Read more


06.03.2017

California Study Reveals Benefits Of Low Intensity Workouts For Our Eyes

A short low intensity walk may be the best thing for our overall eye health. According to new research out of California, low intensity workouts help the brain better process... Read more


16.02.2017

New Research Into Why Women Football Players Have Higher Concussion Rates

It's been known for some time that women sustain more concussions than men in football. While some scientists have claimed that this is due to women having naturally weak neck muscles, new research shows the problem may be due to a lack of vision training.

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14.12.2016

Wide Receiver Khaneil Bruce Pursues NFL Dreams Despite Losing Sight In His Left Eye

Khaneil Bruce only ever wanted to become one thing: a professional football player. Even though Bruce lost sight in one of his eyes recently, he has told reporters that he will never give up on this dream.

Bruce was brought up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the famous home of Harvard. Times... Read more


09.10.2016

Ian McKinley: The One Eyed Rugby Wonder

The story of the former Leinster rugby out-half Ian McKinley is a tale of resilience. Even though he may never play for Dublin again, he will certainly go down as one of Ireland's great heroes.

McKinley's journey began at the age of 19 when he played for the University College Dublin... Read more


02.09.2016

Cardiovascular Drug Proves Effective in Treating Surfer’s Eye

The eye disease pterygium, more commonly known as surfer’s eye, is a noticeable bump on the surface of the eye. The most common cause of this eye condition is excessive exposure to UV light, which affects not only surfers, but anyone that spends time near the water, or on snow, both of which... Read more


14.07.2016

Contact lenses "the main choice" among sport enthusiasts.

Contact lenses continue to be the vision correction product of choice among people who regularly take part in sporting activities, a new report has revealed.

Nick Dash, an optometrist from Visual Edge Optometrists, said a major reason for... Read more


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