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A grandfather who regained his sight immediately penned a love letter to his wife, after seeing her for the first time in over two decades. The grandfather had been suffering from age-related macular degeneration (AMD) for 22-years, but his sight was
And you don't have to be insured by Kaiser to get access to these important vision services. The surgeries are part of Mission Cataract USA, an annual program in which participating doctors help restore the sight for hundreds of people nationwide who
What did you miss most from the U.S.? The food I'm used to. The food here is not bad, but it is very different, so I am excited to go home and have a nice steak, burger and all of those guilty American foods that I didn't have access to out here...
Liu habitually plays with her smartphone for two to three hours each day in the dark, Xinhua reported Saturday. "When the doctor covered my left eye, everything I saw with my right was distorted...The doctor who treated Liu said she suffered a
A researcher whose study of how someone's genetic composition and vitamin therapy may slow the progression of macular degeneration will be speaking in Southwest Florida on Saturday. The event is free and open to the public with two sessions at 9 a.m.
That was the question on Kylie Jenner's mind when she posted a bikini photo to Instagram Wednesday (Feb. 19). In the pic, the 16-year-old wears a black two-piece and dark, oversized sunglasses while in a grassy backyard. "So.. Is it summer yet?.."
The scientists bound together glaucoma-fighting drugs with nanodiamonds and embedded them onto contact lenses. The drugs are released into the eye when they interact with the patient's tears. School of Dentistry showed great promise for sustained
18 February 2014 1 View comments Half an hour a day on an iPad or computer can improve eyesight by up to a third and give users superhuman vision, research reveals...US scientists devised a two-month eye training programme that involved spending 25
Hours in front of a computer screen may increase the risk of glaucoma in people who are myopic or short-sighted, Japanese scientists said on Thursday. Glaucoma, which is caused by damage to the optic nerve, results in blind spots or visual
In a new animal study published in The Journal of Neuroscience , researchers studied the effects of exercise on vision using two groups of mice. One group was placed on rodent treadmills set at a moderate pace for one hour, five days a week. The