Study uncovers potential tool, based on rapid eye movements, for detecting autism earlier

Researchers have long fixed their attention on eye-tracking in detecting autism spectrum disorders, but now they may have discovered a new tool that could lead to earlier diagnosis and intervention.Read more >

August 14, 2017

AOA’s 58th president, profession leader dies

Colleagues remember life of Alvin Levin, O.D.Read more >

August 10, 2017

Medicare savings in generic eye drugs

Dry eye, glaucoma meds make up most expensive ophthalmic medications.Read more >

August 9, 2017

New study focuses on scope of dry eye disease in U.S.

More women than men affected by ocular surface disease.Read more >

August 7, 2017

Go green and save green

Being eco-friendly is smart business, too, one doctor of optometry says.Read more >

August 4, 2017

Study: All infants should be examined for early signs of eye abnormalities related to Zika virus

Findings reinforce role doctors of optometry can play in detecting the mosquito-borne disease.Read more >

August 2, 2017