It’s summertime again, and much attention is given to the necessity of protecting children’s skin from the damage of harmful UV rays. Parents should be mindful of guarding their children’s eyes from the sun’s rays as well.
Archives for May 2010
A new electronic eyeglass lens automatically adjusts from near vision to distance vision while reducing the distortion that is commonly associated with progressive eyeglass lenses.
Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) is more than just a poor night’s sleep. OSAS can affect a person’s overall health which even includes ocular health.
A review of studies comparing the intraocular lenses to laser surgery patients reveals that those receiving the lenses may have advantages over those who underwent the laser surgery.
A year after treatment, nearly 50 percent of eyes treated with ranibizumab and prompt or deferred laser treatment showed a substantial visual improvement.
A recent study indicates that children whose mothers smoked while they were pregnant are at an increased risk of strabismus.