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Today's Eye Care News: April 16, 2018

Posted on 04-16-2018

Researcher Says Keratoconus Is Caused By Patients Rubbing Their Eyes And Sleeping With Their Faces Against Pillows. Healio Kentucky Governor Signs Law Establishing Limitations On Use Of Automat...

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Allergy Season has Arrived

Posted on 04-09-2018

Written by HOLLIE REINA, St. George News Spring is in the air; birds are singing, flowers are blooming and the trees are budding with color through blossoms and leaves. For people who suffe...

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Today's Eye Care News: April 3, 2018

Posted on 04-03-2018

A Person’s Tears May Reveal Whether He Or She Is At Risk Of Parkinson’s Disease, Research Suggests.  HealthDay Immune Cells In The Retina Can Regenerate, Research Suggests. Sci...

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A Possible Cure For Blindness?

Posted on 03-22-2018

Scientists in the UK have helped 2 individuals with wet macular degeneration regain enough sight to read again using a revolutionary new stem cell therapy. Read More...

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Today's Eye Care News: March 19, 2018

Posted on 03-19-2018

Serum Lipid Levels After Premature Birth May Predict Risk Of Eye Problems, Study Suggests. MedPage Sustained Release Treatments For Glaucoma Could Increase Patient Compliance, Optometrist Says....

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