FDA releases AI white paper

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a white paper as the first step to a new regulatory framework for developing safe and effective...

Dry eye plagues heavy screen users

Extended screen time is reducing the normal blink rate by 60%, contributing to dry eye syndrome, a doctor has said following office workers reporting concerns...

Intra-corneal microlens - positive six-month results

Patients implanted with an intra-corneal microlens in one eye showed significant improvement in near vision and little deterioration in distance vision...

Cigarette smoking damages vision: study

Rutgers University researchers say smoking more than 20 cigarettes a day can damage vision. A study, published in Psychiatry Research, looked at how participants...

ARVO Foundation’s new uveitis fellowship

The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Foundation has announced a new fellowship for early-career researchers investigating uveitis...

OA claims pre-election campaign success

Optometry Australia is claiming success in its campaign, Optometry matters, to get optometric issues onto the table ahead of the country’s upcoming general...

OA defends Big W optometrists

In an open letter to Insight magazine responding to its coverage of Big W’s decision to close its in-store optometry practices, Optometry Australia has...

Plant chemical to treat ocular blood vessels?

Chemical compounds found in plants could hold the answer to treating an array of blindness-causing ocular disorders, a collaborative study by Indiana University...

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