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Kale Is Key To Preventing AMD

Nutritionists say that anyone at risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) should start adding kale to their daily diet. Eating a good supply of this green leafy veggie... Read more


Inhibiting ARF6 Protein Could Be Key In The Future Of Diabetic Retinopathy Care

Scientists from the University of Utah say they've found a potential cure for diabetic retinopathy. Researchers believe by inhibiting the protein known as ADP-ribosylation factor 6 (Read more


AOP Recommends Regular Eye Exams For UK Motorists

UK's Association of Optometrists (AOP) suggests that all motorists be forced to take an eye test at least every ten years. The association believes the UK's current laws aren't adequate for protecting the general public.

As of today, the... Read more


Finnish Company Reveals New Handheld Fundus Camera

European eye doctors are extremely excited to hear that they'll get to test out Optomed's brand new handheld fundus camera next year. Called the Optomed Aurora, this camera will easily work with the Optomed Avenue screening software.

Seppo Kopsala, CEO of Optomed, said these two products... Read more


FDA Approves Use Of RxSight Lenses And Light Delivery Device

On November 22nd, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it will allow eye doctors to use the RxSight Inc. Light Adjustable Lens and Light Delivery Device for Read more


Eye Contact Syncs Brainwaves Between Infants And Parents, New Study Shows

An interesting new study out of the University of Cambridge reveals how the electrical currents in an infant's brain change when they receive eye contact. The study shows that infants'... Read more


Eye Abnormalities Linked To Autism In New York Study

A new American study shows that there's a direct connection between vision abnormalities and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Researchers suggest that doctors in the future could use a specialized vision test to determine whether or not a child is likely to develop ASD.

Doctors involved in... Read more


Donated Corneas Can Be Safely Stored For 11 Days, New Study Suggests

A new American study suggests that eye doctors could use donor corneas stored for up to eleven days in transplant surgeries. This goes against the current medical practice of only using donor corneal tissues that have been stored for less than a week.

Researchers examined 1,090 patients... Read more


Delegates Discuss Dry Eye Measurements At 2017 Topcon National OCT Conference

Dry eye syndrome was a major topic of discussion at this year's Topcon National OCT Conference. One area of research delegates were particularly interested in concerned how dry eyes affect... Read more


Connecticut Researchers Test Novel Retinal Implants In Pigs

Researchers at LambdaVision and the University of Connecticut (UConn) are using a protein naturally found in saltwater to develop a revolutionary retinal implant.... Read more

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