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QUT researchers explore how vision can affect child's academic performance

QUT researchers explore how vision can affect child's academic performance

Study finds increased variability in autorefractor testing in patients with Down syndrome

Study finds increased variability in autorefractor testing in patients with Down syndrome

Research reveals 9.8 million Brits risk losing their sight after shunning eye tests

Research reveals 9.8 million Brits risk losing their sight after shunning eye tests

Simple marker may help predict high or low rate of problems with extended-wear contact lenses

Simple marker may help predict high or low rate of problems with extended-wear contact lenses

Could light from LED screens cause irreversible eye damage?

Could light from LED screens cause irreversible eye damage?

Study finds useful way to evaluate impact of stress in AMD

Study finds useful way to evaluate impact of stress in AMD

UAB researchers show how GARP2 protein accelerates retinal degeneration in mice

UAB researchers show how GARP2 protein accelerates retinal degeneration in mice

Red color channel can help detect diabetic macular edema in racial/ethnic minority patients

Red color channel can help detect diabetic macular edema in racial/ethnic minority patients

Appendix may serve as reservoir for beneficial gut bacteria, new research suggests

Appendix may serve as reservoir for beneficial gut bacteria, new research suggests

Special issue of Optometry and Vision Science features new research on visual dysfunction after TBI

Special issue of Optometry and Vision Science features new research on visual dysfunction after TBI

Concussed children with vision abnormalities have academic difficulty, research shows

Concussed children with vision abnormalities have academic difficulty, research shows

Home-visit based vision rehabilitation can improve lives of partially-sighted people

Home-visit based vision rehabilitation can improve lives of partially-sighted people

New contact lens therapy effective in slowing progression of juvenile-onset myopia, study shows

New contact lens therapy effective in slowing progression of juvenile-onset myopia, study shows

Older adults with cataracts more likely to have depressive symptoms, study shows

Older adults with cataracts more likely to have depressive symptoms, study shows

Protamine may be useful in developing new types of disinfectant solutions for contact lenses

Protamine may be useful in developing new types of disinfectant solutions for contact lenses

Many migrant farmworkers have visual impairment but do not receive routine vision screening

Many migrant farmworkers have visual impairment but do not receive routine vision screening

Color-deficiency or color-blindness?

Color-deficiency or color-blindness?

New research shows tall people better at correctly identifying target locations

New research shows tall people better at correctly identifying target locations

Lens doesn't compensate for astigmatic defocus of the eye, study reveals

Lens doesn't compensate for astigmatic defocus of the eye, study reveals

New optometry programme to begin at University of Portsmouth

New optometry programme to begin at University of Portsmouth