Essilor launches wavefront aberrometer
Essilor Instruments announced the launch of the WAM700+ wavefront aberrometer, the newest addition to the company's diagnostics and screening line. The aberrometer, based on...
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CyPass recall tops August ophthalmology news
Alcon's decision to voluntarily recall its CyPass micro-stent from the global market was the most-read article on Healio.com/OSN in August. Here are the month's top five...
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Can neurostimulation really help dry eye patients?
TrueTear, officially launched just months ago at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, is the first-ever neurostimulation device in eye care...
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Outgoing ASCRS executive director challenged by overregulation in ophthalmology
I cannot hear or see the acronym ASCRS without conjuring up an image of David Karcher in my head. As executive director of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive...
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Submicron loteprednol etabonate gel 0.38% effective for pain, inflammation management
Patients treated with a 0.38% submicron formulation of loteprednol etabonate gel after cataract surgery reported less pain and inflammation than those treated with a...
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8 Things You Need to Know About Cataracts
The emergence of age-related health conditions is one of the unfortunate parts of growing older. The list of health issues related to age range from diabetes to dementia and...
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EyePoint receives C-code and pass-through payment status for Dexycu
The CMS approved transitional pass-through status and reimbursement through a C-code for Dexycu, an FDA-approved treatment of postoperative inflammation after ocular surgery...
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Swiss Advanced Vision announces launch of Harmonis for cataract surgery
Swiss Advanced Vision has announced the launch of Harmonis, a customizable intraocular lens with advanced extended depth of focus optical technology for cataract surgery.
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6 Ways to Protect Your Eyes as You Age
Aaron Barriga Vision problems take on a new dimension when you are over 40 or 50 years old. Like other organs, eyes age, too. It may start with common problems like blurry...
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Here's The Emmys Engagement Everyone's Talking About
A director used his award-winning moment to propose to his girlfriend - and it's everything Last night's Emmy awards brought all the stunning “gold” carpet looks and a ton of...
Why Is It That We Don't Trust People With Accents?
How does our mind assess trustworthiness in people with accents? Does the tone of the voice really matter? Answers this study.
Mother who put off cancer treatment to have baby is told 'your choices...
Heidi Loughlin, 36, of Bristol, has revealed online abuse she has suffered from a troll who targeted her for putting off cancer treatment while pregnant with her third child.
Amazing 5 Indoor Air Purifying Plants for Your Home, Office
Growing air purifying indoor plants such as palms, peace lilies, ferns, schefflera, and anthuriums can naturally clean the air, keep you healthy and add beauty to your home and...
Are we hardwired to be xenophobic? You are less likely to trust someone who...
Regions of the brain are automatically activated to analyse whether to believe people from an 'in-group' or 'out-group' when they start talking, according to research led by...
Muscle Relaxants May Up Respiratory Complications
Use of muscle relaxants in general anesthesia during certain major operations may increase the risk of respiratory complications after surgery.
Sleep Apnea, Congenital Heart Disease May Up Death Risk in Hospitalized Infants
Obstructive sleep apnea and congenital heart disease may increase death risk in hospitalized infants, reveals a new study.
CRISPR: Gene That Helps Cells Prevent West Nile, Zika Viruses Identified
Gene that helps cells fight Zika, West Nile, dengue, and yellow fever viruses has been identified using CRISPR genome-wide screening technique.
Weight lost on a low-calorie liquid diet DOES stay off new study shows
Research presented at a conference in Newcastle has already found that almost half of patients with type 2 diabetes on this diet were in remission within a year.
Mothers Facing Trauma, Stress More Likely to Deliver Smaller Boy Babies
Mothers who undergo higher levels of trauma and stress may give birth to significantly smaller boy babies.