Computer eye syndrome risk increases 8 folds if you are woman over 40

75165726Women over 40 are eight times more likely than men to suffer with dry eyes. But no matter your gender, if you spend a lot of time at the computer the condition can become worse. Thankfully there are some modifications, medications and even surgeries that can help. Full article »

How much your employer pays for your eye care?

employer_groupsUnder half of UK employees who work with computers are making use of their eye care entitlement in approximately two thirds of UK workplaces according to new research conducted by Specsavers Corporate Eyecare department.

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Lazy eye syndromes in kids can be treated through new computer therapy : watch out patents

computer-therapyChildren suffering from lazy eye syndrome may soon get rid of the ugly eye patch, courtesy a new computer therapy developed by researchers from Tel Aviv University.

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Infant eye diseases that tops the lists

ad0eece9cb5289aa2cc43dc16a07f015-grandeThis is a report on infant eye diseases compiled from a discussion of Dr. Lawrence M. Kaufman, MD, PhD. He specifically discusses about the eye diseases that develops  commonly in infants which might be of great help for the parents of newborn babies. It will surely make you aware about the diseases and their possible treatments as you read through.

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Top 10 eye problems with children that parents must know

lazy-eye-or-amblyopiaVision problems can easily go undetected with kids because children assume that everyone sees the same way they do. About 20% of kids entering kindergarten has undetected vision conditions.

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Lazy eye or Amblyopia could be treated within a much shorter time span

Good news for patients suffering from lazy eye, University of Nottingham researchers have found new way to treat lazy eye or amblyopia in a much shorter time. The time can drastically be reduced.

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