Latest Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science Stories
Aging gracefully may not be an option for the 40 million people worldwide who are blind or have significant visual impairment.
An omega-3 fatty acid found in fish, known as DHA, prevented age-related vision loss in lab tests, demonstrates recently published medical research from the University of Alberta.
Just because a driver has passed the motor vehicle administration's vision test may not mean he or she is safe to drive.
A University of Granada research group composed of professors Antonio Campos and Miguel Alaminos (histologists), MarÃa del Mar PÃ©rez, Ana Ionescu and Juan de la Cruz Cardona (opticians) and the ophthalmologist Miguel GonzÃ¡lez Andrades, University Hospital San Cecilio, Granada, have made the first bioartificial organ in Spain.
A new study suggests that even without the headache, migraine sufferers may process visual cues better in an environment with few visual distractions.
84 percent of all causes of blindness are either preventable or treatable, study finds.
With 30 million drivers in the US aged 65 and over, we count on older Americans to recognize when they can no longer drive safely and decide that it's time to stay off the road.
Latest Australian research into myopia or shortsightedness reveals that people who wear glasses are not stereotypical geeks or nerds.