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Contact lenses are explicitly designed optical devices that can be worn directly on the cornea of the eye. People with poor eyesight wear contact lenses, which helps to refocus oncoming light rays on the retina to achieve a clear vision. Contact lenses increase or decrease the focusing potential of the cornea, and thereby directly project light onto the retina and aid in treating refractive errors.
Fixing your eyesight...while you sleep!

Fixing your eyesight...while you sleep!

Coronary stent drives Johnson & Johnson to record profits

Coronary stent drives Johnson & Johnson to record profits

Lecture will explore the visual world of the newborn

Lecture will explore the visual world of the newborn

Discovery of gender difference in cartilage cells may help spinal disc repair

Discovery of gender difference in cartilage cells may help spinal disc repair

New optical glucose sensor could mean help for diabetics

New optical glucose sensor could mean help for diabetics