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Study suggests that in future glaucoma eye tests could be performed at home
Glaucoma is a chronic condition that affects cells at the back of the eye. It is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide, and is responsible for 1 in 10 cases of serious sight impairment in the UK.
Blood pressure connected to eye health in young children
Young children with narrow retinal artery diameters were more likely to develop higher blood pressure, and children with higher blood pressure levels were more likely to develop retinal microvascular impairment during early childhood, according to a new study published today in Hypertension, an American Heart Association journal. This is the first study to show this connection in children.
Study finds decrease in eye exposures from household cleaners
The holidays are upon us, and as families visit Grandma and Grandpa's and other homes that may not be used to having little ones underfoot, it's an important reminder to safely store dangerous products. Household cleaning products represent a major source of exposures reported to US poison control centers, and they commonly involve the eyes, especially among children.
Iran, pioneer in ophthalmology across region
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Eye in the sky to save olive trees
A new airborne remote-imaging method that scans entire orchards can identify olive trees infected by a devastating bacterium before visible symptoms appear, according to new research.
Omega-3s from fish oil supplements no better than placebo for dry eye
Omega-3 fatty acid supplements taken orally proved no better than placebo at relieving symptoms or signs of dry eye, according to the findings of a well-controlled trial funded by the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health.
Eye test could help diagnose autism
A new study out in European Journal of Neuroscience could herald a new tool that helps physicians identify a sub-group of people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Study finds exercise level is in the eye of the beholder
A new study by the University of Freiburg, Germany, found that a person's perception has a major influence on how strenuous a level of exercise can be.
People with autism avoid eye contact to limit unpleasant brain stimulation
If you know someone with autism, you've probably noticed that they rarely look people in the eye. Now, new research suggested why that is so.
Eye care facts you must know
We live in an age when you cannot do with staring at the computer screen, or your smartphone.
How the brain recognizes what the eye sees
If you think self-driving cars can't get here soon enough, you're not alone. But programming computers to recognize objects is very technically challenging, especially since scientists don't fully understand how our own brains do it.
Kids risk eye damage by spending too much time indoors
Children who spend too much time indoors are in danger of damaging their eyesight, a study revealed.
Why do our eyes close when we sneeze?
Is it a foregone conclusion that we can't help closing our eyes during a sneeze? Not quite, researchers say.
Laser pointers can cause serious eye damage in kids
Laser pointers may look harmless enough, but when children play with them kids can end up with blurry vision, blind spots or potentially permanent vision loss, eye experts report.
Music soothes eye surgery patients
Having relaxing music played just before eye surgery leads to patients feeling less anxiety and requiring less sedation, concludes a study presented at Euroanaesthesia 2016 (London, May 27-30).

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