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  • SouthWest Vision Wins 2019 Best of State AND Best of Southern Utah Awards
    SouthWest Vision is happy to announce that they are the recipients of the multiple awards for 2019:2019 Best of State in Optical Care2019 Best of State in Eye Care2019 Best Read more
  • Removal of Cataracts May Improve Sleep
    Seniors who get new lenses implanted during cataract surgery may not only see better but also experience better sleep, suggests a new study of how light entering the eye regulates Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: May 28,2019
    Reviewer Says Comprehensive Eye Exam Would Have Been Better Than Warby Parker. Business Insider.  Researchers Identify Two Imaging Features, One Genetic Variant Tied To Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration Conversion. MD Magazine Many Professional Read more
  • Today's Eye Care New's: May 6, 2019
    Experimental Drug May Be Effective At Fighting Vision Loss, Study Indicates. Health News Digest Diet Rich In Fruits And Vegetables May Reduce Risk Of Cataracts, Review Study Suggests. AOA Researchers Present New Noninvasive Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: April 22, 2019
    Cataract Surgery May Lower IOP In Patients With Glaucoma Without Slowing Or Preventing Progressive Visual Field Loss, Study Indicates. Healio Experimental Treatment For Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration Succeeds In Phase 2 Read more
  • Today's Eye Care New's: April 3, 2019
    Acuvue Oasys With Transitions Contact Lenses To Be Available April. Healio Patients With Alzheimer’s Disease May Have Fewer Retinal Blood Vessels, Study Indicates. Reuters Patients Experiencing Visual Symptoms Following Brain Injuries May Need Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: March 18, 2019
    Researchers Inject Mice With Nanoparticles Giving Them Infrared Vision. The Atlantic  Use Of Single Trabecular Microbypass Stent May Lead To Sustained Reduction In Intraocular Pressure In Patients With Glaucoma, Study Indicates. Healio Expert Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: March 4, 2019
    Chicago Sun-Times Highlights Importance Of Regular Eye Exams For Detection Of Glaucoma. Chicago Sun Times  “Cancer-Slaying Virus” May Be Effective Treatment For Retinoblastoma, Research In Mice Suggests. Science Magazine  Oxford Woman Undergoes Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: February 21, 2019
    Many Prescription Glasses Bought Online Have Problems, AOA Study Says. WSET-TV Researcher Studying Fruit Flies In Search Of Cure For Age-Related Macular Degeneration. Bangor Daily News Google Chrome Extension Reminds People To Take Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: February 4, 2019
    Experts Warn About Dangers Of Sleeping With Contact Lenses. Newsweek Amblyopia May Affect Children’s Self-Perception In Different Areas, Study Indicates. Healio Meditation May Lower IOP In Patients With Glaucoma, Study Indicates. Healio Expert Discusses IOL Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: January 17, 2019
    Multifocal Daily Disposable Contact Lenses Appear To Greatly Slow Myopia Progression In Kids, Study Suggests. Healio Photochromic Contact Lenses May Be Just As Effective Or Better As Non-Photochromic Contact Lenses, Research Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: January 7, 2019
    Many Companies Preparing To Enter Market For AMD Treatments. Reuters Metformin May Decrease Risk Of AMD In Patients Recently Diagnosed With T2D, Study Indicates. MD Magazine Many Hubble Contacts Customers Are Wearing The Read more
  • Technology That Can Figure Out If You're Lying By Your Eyes
    A startup called Converus has created a system, EyeDetect, that uses machine learning to analyze tiny changes in a subject’s pupil dilation and reaction time. Converus claims that EyeDetect is “the Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: December 3, 2018
    Some People Undergoing Risky Surgery To Receive Iris Implants To Change The Color Of Their Eyes. Medical Daily Mindfulness Meditation May Prevent Or Slow Down Glaucoma, Study Indicates. Telegraph UK SLT Effective As Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: November 20, 2018
    Television May Be Damaging People’s Vision. Telegraph Optometrist Explains Common Vision Problems Resulting From Concussions Or Other Traumatic Brain Injuries. Healio Young Boy From Oregon Has Improved Vision After Receiving Voretigene Neparvovec-Rzyl Treatment. Oregonian Small-Particle Read more

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