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  • Today's Eye Care News: May 1, 2018
    Article Highlights First Adult Patient To Receive Luxturna Gene Therapy. Seattle Times FDA Clears First Contact Lenses That Automatically Darken When Exposed To Bright Light. Medscape Early-Stage Trials Show Promise Of Stem-Cell Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: April 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 Automated Or Virtual Equipment Read more
  • Allergy Season has Arrived
    Allergy season has arrived. Do you know what to do for your itchy, watery eyes? Written by HOLLIE REINA, St. George News Spring is in the air; birds are singing, flowers are Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: April 3, 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. Science Blog Expert Speaks About Read more
  • A Possible Cure For Blindness?
    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 Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: March 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. Healio Brimonidine May Be Safe And Read more
  • Don’t wait too long, glaucoma does not have to steal your sight
    Written by Hollie Reina, St George NewsGlaucoma is often called “the sneak thief of sight,” a sinister moniker that sounds more like a storybook villain than an eye disease. And yet, Read more
  • Google hopes it can predict heart disease by looking at retinas
    Researchers at Google are trying to apply artificial intelligence to predict something deadly serious: the likelihood that a patient will suffer a heart attack or stroke.  The researchers made these Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: February 19, 2018
    Visual-Sensory And Visual-Motor Abilities May Predict Performance In Baseball, Study Suggests. Healio Myopic Degeneration May Be Prevalent Among Chinese Americans, Study Suggests. Healio LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation Treatment May Improve Meibomian Gland Function Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: February 7, 2018
    Researchers Develop Automated Method Of Analyzing Retinal Images For Certain Conditions. MD Magazine Repeated Traction Caused By Eye Movements May Result In Mechanical Overloading Of Optic Nerve Head, Research Suggests. Healio Patients Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: January 23, 2018
    FDA Approves Eye Redness Treatment. Reuters Blue Light-Filtering Eyeglass Lenses May Help Regulate Melatonin Levels, Study Suggests. Healio Desktop Humidifiers May Improve Tear Film Stability, Subjective Comfort During Computer Use, Study Suggests. Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: January 8, 2018
    Researchers Develop Gel That May Be Able To Seal Severe Eye Injuries Until Proper Treatment Is Available. HealthDay Samsung To Debut Smart Glasses To Help With Vision Loss. Ars Technica Quartz Reporter Read more
  • Today's Eye Care News: December 22, 2017
    Cataract Surgery May Lower Risk Of Death By 60%, Study Suggests. New York Times Surgery With The Trabectome May Significantly Reduce IOP In Patients With Glaucoma, Study Indicates. Healio Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking Read more
  • Online Contact Lens Seller Hubble sold lenses with a fake prescription fr
    Contact lens start up Hubble has been making news lately by apparently selling contact lens, which is a medical device, without a valid prescription and without actually verifying the prescription Read more
  • Man Sues Kennywood, Says He Got Eye-Eating Parasite While On Raging Rapids Ride
    A man is suing Raging Rapids because he alleges that he got a microsporidia parasite that was present in the water when he got splashed in the eye while on a Read more

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