Better eye-hand coordination, better batters

'Keep your eye on the ball' may seem like elementary baseball advice, but clutch hitters know there's something to discerning eyes-and now research can back that up.Read more >

September 25, 2018

Reading corneal signs

Three eye disorders you didn’t expect to find until they arrived.Read more >

September 24, 2018

Eyes on Alzheimer’s

Doctors of optometry have an important role to play in the prevention and early detection of the ocular and visual changes that herald the onset of Alzheimer's disease.Read more >

September 21, 2018

Coding changes to know before Oct. 1

For the complete list of changes, be sure to purchase the 2019 Codes for Optometry manual. However, it's important to note that you must refrain from using these codes until after Oct. 1, 2018. Read more >

September 20, 2018

Study looks at potential of suppressing ocular cancer in children

Retinoblastoma (RB) affects 1 in every 20,000 children in this country, primarily around the age of 5.Read more >

September 20, 2018

Doctors of optometry are members of post-concussion team

Every day in the U.S., Americans sustain concussions from falls, traffic accidents and assaults that send thousands to emergency rooms. September is National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month, emphasizing the need to better understand TBI and treatments.Read more >

September 18, 2018

A profession of their own

In 1978, optometric staff and doctors breathed purpose into a disparate group of office workers, assistants and technicians and defined a bourgeoning profession. Forty years later, paraoptometric professionals are integral to the delivery of quality eye care.Read more >

September 17, 2018