On National Sunglasses Day, educate patients about proper eyewear

Patients are not always aware of the risks from exposure to the sun.Read more >

June 27, 2016

Gene mutation uncovers potential treatment for rare form of pediatric glaucoma

One in every 10,000 infants born with damage to anterior canal.Read more >

June 24, 2016

Common glaucoma drugs may affect IOP measurements

Chronic-use PGAs may alter biomechanical properties of cornea.Read more >

June 21, 2016

How doctors of optometry can diagnose a serious vision problem in bariatric-surgery patients

Vitamin A deficiency, a common side effect of bariatric surgery, can lead to night blindness.Read more >

June 16, 2016

No symptoms, no need for regular eye exam? Think again

Study reinforces the importance of routine, comprehensive eye exams.Read more >

June 10, 2016

How to best treat pregnant and breastfeeding patients

Know your options for treating ocular disease during pregnancy.Read more >

June 7, 2016

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