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Eye Health Center

News and Features Related to Eye Health

  1. Flaxseed Oil Supplements May Help Dry Eyes

    Oct. 28, 2011 (Orlando, Fla.) -- High doses of flaxseed oil supplements may improve symptoms of dry eyes. In a preliminary study, 12 people who worked themselves up to taking 9,000 milligrams per day of flaxseed oil reported substantially less itching, dryness, burning, and eye fatigue after three m

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  2. Studies: Vision Problems in Preschoolers Are Common

    Oct. 28, 2011 (Orlando, Fla.) -- Vision problems among preschoolers may be more common than previously thought. That's the conclusion of researchers who conducted two large studies funded by the National Institutes of Health. Previously, it was estimated that one in 20 preschoolers had vision proble

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  3. Does Playing Outdoors Benefit Kids' Vision?

    Oct. 25, 2011 (Orlando, Fla.) -- Children who spend more time outdoors may be less likely to suffer from nearsightedness, a study shows. In nearsightedness, objects in the distance appear blurry and out of focus. Researchers who pooled the results of eight previously published studies involving more

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  4. Cataract Surgery May Be Safer With Laser

    Oct. 25, 2011 (Orlando, Fla.) -- Laser pretreatment to "soften" cataracts appears to be making cataract surgery safer, two new studies suggest. "There certainly seems to be a benefit to using the laser," says American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) spokesman James Salz, MD, clinical professor of oph

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  5. Restore Your Near Vision -- Without Reading Glasses

    Oct. 24, 2011 (Orlando, Fla.) -- A Lifesaver-shaped micro-disc about the size of a pinpoint can help restore normal reading vision in the millions of baby boomers who have trouble making out newspaper print, cell phone text messages, and other small print, researchers say. In a study, the Kamra corn

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  6. Muted Contact Lens Recall Irks FDA

    Oct. 13, 2011 -- Amid reports of severe eye pain and hazy vision, CooperVision "continues" its recall of 600,000 Avaira Toric contact lenses. The original three-paragraph recall notice was issued on Aug. 19. It suggested that relatively few contact lenses were involved and offered no specific inform

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  7. Pinkeye Treatment May Be on the Horizon

    Sept. 30, 2011 -- There are no recommended antiviral drugs to treat a highly contagious form of viral conjunctivitis called pinkeye. Outbreaks result in millions of lost school and workdays each year in the U.S. as patients stay home to avoid infecting others while the condition improves. Now early

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  8. Implantable Lenses: Help for Severe Myopia

    For most people, breaking, losing, or misplacing their glasses is an annoying inconvenience. But for Christiaan Rollich, who was severely nearsighted, not wearing glasses or contacts meant not seeing at all. "My vision was so bad the army wouldn't accept me," says Rollich, who grew up in the Netherl

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  9. Children’s Vision and Eye Care Basics

    It’s difficult to know if or when your child needs to see an eye care provider. But most experts agree that eye exams -- performed during regular well-child visits -- help protect your child’s vision and provide useful information about his or her eye health. Children’s eye health begins in the newb

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  10. Blake Mycoskie Starts Something That Matters

    Blake Mycoskie first glimpsed global poverty while a contestant on CBS's The Amazing Race, zooming around the world in 2002 with his sister, Paige, (they finished third on the reality game show). But it wasn't until a vacation to Argentina in 2006 that the Texan was hit with the need to do something

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