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Dry eye is one of the most common complaints seen by eye doctors, accounting for nearly one fourth of all office visits. Caused by insufficient tear production or excessive tear evaporation, dry eye can be a mild, episodic feeling of discomfort associated with certain circumstances, such as exposure to dry, hot or windy environments; however, it can also be a chronic medical condition that, if left untreated, may lead to increased risk of infection or visual impairment.
Researchers use single-cell RNA sequence analysis to address the cornea's healing process

Researchers use single-cell RNA sequence analysis to address the cornea's healing process

Researchers develop peptides for treating gastrointestinal disorders

Researchers develop peptides for treating gastrointestinal disorders

Researchers gain new insight into how lipids function within tears

Researchers gain new insight into how lipids function within tears

Marinomed extends the range of Marinosolv applications

Marinomed extends the range of Marinosolv applications

New combination therapy can lead to durable responses in patients with multiple myeloma

New combination therapy can lead to durable responses in patients with multiple myeloma

Researchers successfully develop imaging technology of conjunctival goblet cells

Researchers successfully develop imaging technology of conjunctival goblet cells

How Is Ophthalmology Changing To Meet New Challenges?

How Is Ophthalmology Changing To Meet New Challenges?

Antibody-based eye drops show promise in treating dry eye disease

Antibody-based eye drops show promise in treating dry eye disease

Antibody-based eye drop treatment reduces signs and symptoms of dry eye disease

Antibody-based eye drop treatment reduces signs and symptoms of dry eye disease

WHO’S first world report on vision

WHO’S first world report on vision

New blinking eye-on-a-chip can be used for disease modeling and drug testing

New blinking eye-on-a-chip can be used for disease modeling and drug testing

Early clinical trial of new treatment for severe dry eye disease shows promising results

Early clinical trial of new treatment for severe dry eye disease shows promising results

Using smartphones to capture photographs of patients' eyes may lead to misdiagnosis

Using smartphones to capture photographs of patients' eyes may lead to misdiagnosis

Health care industry spends $30b a year pushing its wares, from drugs to stem cell treatment

Health care industry spends $30b a year pushing its wares, from drugs to stem cell treatment

Brigham researchers develop automated, low-cost tool to predict a woman's ovulation

Brigham researchers develop automated, low-cost tool to predict a woman's ovulation

Chronic dry eye can slow reading rate and disrupt day to day tasks

Chronic dry eye can slow reading rate and disrupt day to day tasks

X4 Pharmaceuticals announces clinical data of X4P-001-IO and Opdivo in patients with clear cell renal cell carcinoma

X4 Pharmaceuticals announces clinical data of X4P-001-IO and Opdivo in patients with clear cell renal cell carcinoma

Everything You Need to Know About Contact Lenses

Everything You Need to Know About Contact Lenses

Sun Pharma receives U.S. FDA approval for CEQUA to treat patients with dry eye disease

Sun Pharma receives U.S. FDA approval for CEQUA to treat patients with dry eye disease

Australian research breakthrough could lead to more effective treatments for dry eye disease

Australian research breakthrough could lead to more effective treatments for dry eye disease