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Wearable Device Helps Visually Impaired Avoid Collision

Research described online in IOVS ...

Our Eyes Multi-Task Even When We Don’t Want Them to, Researchers Find

Our eyes are drawn to several dimensions of an object—such as color, texture, and luminance—even when we need to focus on only ...

Multidisciplinary team restores child's vision after eye laceration caused by a toy

MAYWOOD, Ill. – Health can change in the blink of an eye. The parents of then 3-year-old Sophia learned that lesson when their daughter walked too close to her baby brother who was actively playing with a toy. The toy sliced open her left eye. ... Full story

Minimal device maximizes macula imaging

Rice engineers develop mobile system to capture high-resolution images inside the eye ... Full story

Mass. Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School Researchers Sheds New Light on Biological Pathways of Vestibular Schwannomas

(BOSTON) - Researchers from the Eaton-Peabody Laboratories of Massachusetts Eye and Ear and the Harvard Medical School/ Massachusetts Institute of Technology Program in Speech and Hearing Bioscience and Technology have revealed new understanding of the pathobiology behind a head and neck tumor that may someday lead to new methods of targeted drug therapy. ... Full story

Baking Soda for Better Vision?

Research described online in the Journal of Biologic Chemistry ... Full story

Light-responsive dye stimulates sight in genetically blind patients

Researchers at Okayama demonstrate the promise of a new approach for stimulating neurons in the eyes of patients with dead photoreceptor cells. ... Full story

A Real Eye-Opener: Narcolepsy Bears Classic Autoimmune Hallmarks

Tel Aviv University researcher finds an autoimmune process plays major role in triggering neurological disorder ... Full story

Corneal transplants by ophthalmologists keep woman at helm of music magic

DALLAS – For seven years, Patti Diou has been making music magic happen. ... Full story

Tiny Nanoparticles Could Make Big Impact for Patients in Need of Cornea Transplant

Animal study shows that a nanoparticle applied at the time of surgery slowly releases needed medicine to reduce risk of rejection after eye surgery ... Full story

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