WASHINGTON - Scientists have come up with new ways to treat age-related macular degeneration (AMD) -- the most prevalent type of blindness among the elderly -- after figuring out one of its primary causes.
WASHINGTON - Older adults who take SSRI antidepressants may be more likely to develop cataracts, says a study.
WASHINGTON - A study has found a contact lens that may reduce the progress of nearsightedness, or myopia.
WASHINGTON - Caffeine may provide the lens protection against damage that could lead to the formation of cataracts, according to a new study.
WASHINGTON - A new study has reported on the increasing rates of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) among Asians.
- New tool tracks eye disease before symptoms show up
- Green tea may help fight eye diseases
- Vitamin E loaded into contact lenses may treat glaucoma
- Anti-depressants linked to higher risk of cataracts
- Green tea may help fight glaucoma
- Statins ‘fight cataracts too’
- Corneal swelling at high-altitude doesn’t affect vision
- Leafy veggies, coloured fruits boost vision
- Eye floaters and flashes of light can cause blindness
- Laser eye surgery has no long-term effects on cornea
- Cataract surgery doesn’t worsen age-related macular degeneration
- Arthritis drug may help treat inflammation in Graves’ eye disease patients
- Blue light-filtering lens may protect against age-related vision loss
- Fetal tissue helps restore partial vision in the blind
- Scientists create robot surrogate for the blind
- Robot surrogate for blind will test visual prostheses
- FDA to study negative effects of Lasik eye surgery
- Now, device that finds early signs of eye disease in preemies
- Gene variant linked to glaucoma identified
- Steroid injections offer ‘vision restoration’ hope for patients with blocked eye veins