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02.05.2018

Mistletoe Oil Could Reduce Dry Eye Symptoms, New Study Suggests

Researchers in the southeastern city of Nanchang, China, believe a sprig of mistletoe could seriously help dry eye sufferers. According to their report, dry eye patients saw a tremendous... Read more


02.05.2018

New Dissolving Contact Lenses Could Seriously Help Glaucoma Patients

Two Lithuanian students are hard at work on special contact lenses designed to help glaucoma patients. Called NanoLens, these new contacts contain a glaucoma patient's daily medicinal requirements and can dissolve... Read more


02.05.2018

Dragonflies and the future of contact lenses

As more and more Brits switch to contact lenses, researchers are busy at work trying tomake them ever safer and more comfortable.

At the University of California-Irvine, scientists are borrowing a trick from creatures like
cicadas and dragonflies.

These creatures have many... Read more


01.05.2018

Luxturna Gene Therapy Dramatically Improves LCA Patients' Vision

A new gene therapy procedure shows great promise for the treatment of the rare eye disease Leber congenital amaurosis LCA). Researchers believe this new treatment could help thousands of... Read more


30.04.2018

Lights Behind Eyes Indicate Severity Of Stroke In MRI Scans

A new study out of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) discovered that the substance gadolinium can be seen in certain stroke survivors' brain scans. This... Read more


27.04.2018

Laser Pointers Seriously Damage Eyes, New Study Reveals

A new study out of Germany proves just how dangerous laser pointers are to the human eye. According to their findings, researchers conclude laser pointers can do irreversible damage to the retina.

Scientists at... Read more


27.04.2018

Korean Researchers Discover Link Between Cataracts, Asthma, And Hay Fever

A new study out of South Korea suggests people who have asthma or frequent hay fever are at a greater risk of dealing with cataracts later in life. Study authors hope this research will encourage more funding to go into studying this correlation and developing preventative treatment... Read more


25.04.2018

Hokkaido University Professors Discover New Way To Treat Dry Eye

Japanese scientists have just released a study suggesting a new way to treat dry eye syndrome. According to this new research, the key to successful dry eye drops might be found in the eye's lipid layer.

The eye's tear layer is composed of water, mucin, and lipids. Most over-the-counter... Read more


24.04.2018

Henshaws Introduces Three New Awards For Annual Ceremony

Henshaws, a charity group in Manchester, is working hard this year to recognize individuals making a difference in the lives of people suffering from vision problems.

This is the first year Henshaws will include a category for individuals and... Read more


23.04.2018

Harvard Researchers Develop Extremely Thin Artificial Eye

Engineers at Harvard University have just created an extremely thin artificial eye they believe will revolutionise camera lens design. Today, researchers involved in this study are trying to incorporate these lenses into the cameras of... Read more


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