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23.02.2018

American Doctors Reveal Glaucoma Causing Protein Has A Y Structure

Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology's School of Chemistry and Biochemistry have discovered that an extremely important eye protein is shaped like the letter Y. Many believe this finding will revolutionize how doctors think about treating... Read more


22.02.2018

A New App Could Detect Whether You're Peeping On A Stranger's Phone

Although there's no official data, it's safe to assume millions of people have peeked onto strangers' smartphones on public transit. Perhaps the only more disturbing fact about mobile phones in the modern era is that Read more


21.02.2018

Neuroscientists Uncover Region Of The Brain That Encourages Creativity

Professors at America's finest universities believe they've discovered the area of the brain lets us know when it's time to change our routine.

The part of the brain researchers... Read more


20.02.2018

New England Doctors Discover Differences In AMD Patients' Blood Samples

American researchers believe they've found a way to detect age-related macular degeneration (AMD) using a patient's blood sample. Although it's a long way from being standardized, many eye... Read more


19.02.2018

New Study Changes How Doctors Think Of Retinal Rods

Researchers at Germany's University of Tübingen recently published a revolutionary paper on the nature of rod photoreceptors. This new research suggests that rods play a significant role in vision even during daylight hours.

Since rods can't distinguish color, most ophthalmologists... Read more


17.02.2018

New Study Shows Dyslexia Could Be Caused By Malformations In The Eye

A brand new study out of France's Université de Rennes is changing how doctors think about dyslexia. This revolutionary report suggests that dyslexia may have more to do with a malformation in the... Read more


15.02.2018

New Study Suggests Farsighted Children Have Difficulty Concentrating

A new American study found that preschoolers suffering from farsightedness (aka hyperopia) had a more difficult time concentrating than children with normal vision. The study also found that farsighted children had weak... Read more


14.02.2018

NICE Raises IOP Scores For Glaucoma Referrals

The UK's National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) raised the intraocular eye pressure (IOP) score that merits a glaucoma referral. Instead of the former 21mmHg rate, eye doctors will now need to show that their patient has an IOP score of... Read more


14.02.2018

Novel Technique For Manufacturing Artificial Corneas Could Address Global Shortage

Researchers at two major universities have just discovered a new way to create high-quality curved artificial corneas. Eye experts believe these new tissue-derived corneas could work just as effectively as donated human corneas.

Scientists at both the University of California and Newcastle... Read more


12.02.2018

NYU Highlights Indian Hospital's Eco-Friendly Cataract Surgery Methods

Healthcare officials are praising one hospital in southern India for its commitment to environmental sustainability. A new NYU School of Medicine study found that India's Aravind Eye Care System drastically reduced... Read more


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