Meditation an adjunctive therapy for glaucoma? Possibly

New research claims mindfulness meditation could be a useful, complimentary therapy for lowering IOP in patients with POAG, and questions the role of stress as a causal factor in glaucoma. Read more >

January 28, 2019

Building for the future

AOA works tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure optometry’s priorities play out on America’s health care stage.Read more >

January 24, 2019

Need CE? Look no further than Optometry’s Meeting®

What's all the hype about CE at Optometry's Meeting®? Consider these three education highlights for why you should check off all your CE needs at Optometry's Meeting in St. Louis.Read more >

January 24, 2019

Taking pride in what you do

AOA’s 2018 Paraoptometric of the Year shares how she turned a job into a career—and a career into a passion.Read more >

January 23, 2019

What do patients think about the Open Payments program?

At least half of patients in study indicated they wanted to know if their doctors receive industry payments.Read more >

January 22, 2019

Care models of success

While doctors of optometry are certainly Americans’ primary eye care physicians, it could be argued that the profession is heading toward a more encompassing primary care model. The distinction is in optometry’s role in diagnosing, managing and treating systemic as well as ocular conditions.Read more >

January 17, 2019